Emily, a self-proclaimed DIY’er, drives her husband nuts as she regularly works on various house projects. A believer that living and working in pretty, well-designed places is good for the soul, the creative side of Emily's brain is constantly working and discovering inspirational things derived from her environment. Emily loves to bake for others but rarely eats the finished product. She doesn’t like chocolate, and her passion for fitness and working out runs deep within her. At Synergy Physical Therapy, Emily manages the office, business development, and marketing for the clinic.
Being an athlete her entire life and having major shoulder surgery in college, Emily understands being hurt results in more than just physical pain, but mental and emotional pain as well. She acknowledges that getting better can't happen without a strong support system and internal determination. At Grand Canyon University, where she received her bachelor's degree in corporate fitness and wellness with a health education minor and her master's degree in business administration with an emphasis in leadership, Emily developed a motivation to live life out loud with her college Volleyball teammates and now closest friends.
Emily has been working at Synergy since day one and with Vincent even longer. She believes her passion for strong active bodies and business creates the perfect harmony here at Synergy. Emily is a forward-thinking, problem-solving innovator who makes things happen. She holds customer satisfaction and relationship building to the highest regard.
Emily and her husband Mike currently reside in Scottsdale with Bruin, their certified therapy dog who works right next to Emily in the office, along with Miss Abigail Ruby Rose, Bruin’s little doggy sister. As University of Michigan fan’s (Go Blue) during football season, you can find Emily's little family hosting BBQ’s, which she admits she enjoys hosting and can go a bit overboard on. Emily loves traveling, sports, running, reality television, and working out with her husband. And, fresh flowers make her creative-side smile.