Tiffany was born and raised in California where she first began her interest in physical therapy in her early years of being an athlete. She started playing soccer at a very early age and continued her sports career varsity lettering in three high school sports (Soccer, Track & Field, and X-country). She continued on to play collegiate soccer at California Lutheran University where she also developed a passion for physical therapy, rehabilitation and exercise performance. She spent four years on the Dean's list graduating Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor's degree in Exercise Science and Sports Medicine in 2006, followed by three years at Azusa Pacific University where she received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2009.
Tiffany is licensed in the states of California and Florida and has been working for the past 7+ years in outpatient orthopedic clinics specializing in sports rehabilitation and various other types of rehabilitation. She has participated in the care of various high level and professional athletes including women’s soccer, triathletes, gymnastics, hockey and football. She also has taken many continuing education courses that focus on functional rehabilitation and exercise, upper extremity movement patterns, kinesiotaping and other manual disciplines. She hopes to become a Neurac certified therapist in the future.
Tiffany joined the State-of-the-Art Physical Therapy team in the spring of 2016. She enjoys soccer and triathlon training in her spare time, along with hiking with her husband.