Sarah attended The University of Findlay in Ohio, where she received her bachelor in health studies. She then went on to graduate from Franklin Pierce University in Arizona, with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree. During the graduate program, Sarah served as the founder and president of the Student Government Association for the university. She developed a special interest the use of manual therapy for the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions during her clinical rotation in Australia. She has an interest in treating vestibular disorders and dizziness, and has recently taken continuing education to further her knowledge in this area. She is certified in dry needling and uses the technique to assist in treatment of her patients. In her free time, Sarah enjoys hiking with her dog, traveling, spending time with her husband, and trying new food in Richmond.