Kristin Anderson graduated from St. Louis University in 2010. Following graduation, she worked at the University of Chicago. Her roles changed during her time at the University of Chicago, initially starting in acute care, where she evaluated and treated patients in hematology/oncology, orthopedic, burns/wounds, critical care, vascular/transplant/cardiac/plastic surgery and general medicine. She was accepted into the orthopedic residency program spending an intensive year mentoring, attending orthopedic lectures, shadowing physicians, participating in community service and completing research.
After 5 years, Kristin and her husband moved to Kansas City. She was able to expand her career in pelvic health, which is always something she wanted to pursue. She treated patients and managed a clinic for Foundational Concepts and gained extensive experience in pelvic health, tying together her love for oncology, orthopedics and pelvic health. In Kansas City, she also taught at Rockhurst University giving lectures on pelvic floor physical therapy.
Kristin is dedicated to help you find the root cause of your pain or lack of mobility. She completed Clinical Mentorship in the Integrated Systems Model (ISM) through Learn with Diane Lee which teaches therapists to treat the patient as a whole instead of one body part.
Kristin was born and raised in Denver, Colorado. She and her husband love being back close to family and the Colorado lifestyle! They love being active: hiking, biking, rafting, skiing and snowboarding. She is also a certified hot air balloon pilot!