Pam graduated from University of Wisconsin- Madison with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy in 1992. She initially came to Alaska to begin her career as an Air Force Physical Therapist stationed at Elmendorf Regional Medical Center. Since then she has worked in many settings but has found the pool to be her favorite. She loves utilizing the unique properties of water to promote healing and overcome obstacles to recovery from orthopedic procedures, neurological disorders and chronic pain syndromes. Pam is certified in Aquatic Physical Therapy thru the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and has received additional training thru Aquatic Therapy University (ATU) in the use of water in treatment of patients with sensory motor integration dysfunction, sports rehabilitation, orthopedic and neurological clients and manual therapy. Pam is also certified in diagnosis and manual therapy treatment of the upper spine thru the IAOM-US and is working thru the lower spine and extremity tracts. She is skilled and trained in the use Vodder Basic Manal Lymphatic Drainage techniques to reduce post- surgical and injury related swelling, and pain associated with arthritis, soft tissue trauma, headaches and complex regional pain syndrome. In her spare time Pam enjoys hunting, fishing, camping and enjoying family time with her husband and four children.