Meet Our Staff
Nurse Practitioner and Clinic Owner
I have been a Nurse Practitioner since 2007 and have practiced in a variety of roles, but no role has given me as much joy and satisfaction as helping people live with less pain.Chronic pain can be debilitating and impact a person physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. Not only does pain do this to the person, but also to their family and friends who watch them suffer.
Certified Health Coach
My journey to health and happiness really began the moment I discovered Functional Medicine. After a few more tests and diagnosis I felt such relief knowing someone was going to help me work through these health challenges I’d faced for years, addressing the root cause of disease rather than just the symptoms through a therapeutic partnership. I truly believe in lifestyle changes as they have improved my life in so many ways like nothing else has. Always remember, YOU are your own best advocate!
Lead Medical Assistant
My name is Jessie, and I am excited to be a part of the Pain Relief Partners team as the Patient Service Assistant! Because of my own experience with chronic pain, I understand the importance of finding solutions and staying positive as we try to find comfort and heal from our pain. I have also found that it is important to have a good support network, and I’m proud to be part of such a positive and caring support team at Pain Relief Partners. I am married to my best friend Adam, and we have two silly dogs and one amazingly sweet cat. I enjoy many hobbies including cooking healthy foods, caring for our vegetable garden, painting, knitting, going to concerts and exploring the Pacific Northwest.
Hi there! My name is Katie and I’m so excited to be able to help patients on their healing journey. I am the ancillary therapist and one of the receptionists up front. I am currently studying human development and social work and live with my wonderful partner. I love traveling and dogs, as well as collecting books. Living with chronic pain is one of the biggest learning curves that someone can go through, and being a part of so many different individualized care plans is a huge honor.