Christi, originally from North Carolina, returned to the Triangle area to pursue her career as a physical therapist at WakeMed in 2002. She holds a degree in Physical Therapy from the Medical University of South Carolina in 1998 and later earned a Transitional Doctorate from Simmons University in 2006. Currently residing in Holly Springs with her husband and teenage children, Christi is deeply rooted in her profession and community.
Passionate about pelvic health, Christi enjoys engaging in conversations about debunking myths and promoting factual information. She firmly believes in the positive impact of individually-tailored education and skilled pelvic physical therapy evaluations and interventions, provided in-office, for common conditions such as urinary leakage, diastasis rectus abdominis (DRA), and pelvic organ prolapse. She also enjoys classical Pilates and loves incorporating those core concepts into exercise-based treatment plans.
Furthermore, Christi is an advocate for improved maternal health outcomes, believing in the importance of providing exceptional support and care for birthing individuals before and after deliveries to create a supportive environment for new parents.
Christi's dedication to promoting pelvic health awareness and advocating for improved maternal care underscores her commitment to both her profession and her community. Beyond her professional endeavors, Christi is deeply involved in her community. When not seeing patients, she can be found cheering on her son and daughter in various swimming events throughout the year.