Nicole has been a Fayetteville resident for the majority of her life, graduating high school from Fayetteville Christian School. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Sports Medicine from Methodist College and her Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from Armstrong Atlantic State University. Nicole then received her Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) from the University of Montana. She earned the distinguished designation of Certified Pelvic Health Physical Therapist from Evidence In Motion’s Pelvic Health program. And most recently, Nicole became Board Certified through the American Physical Therapy Association as a Women’s Certified Specialist (WCS); a designation that less than 0.2% of physical therapists have.
Nicole is also a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) and has completed continuing education courses in dry needling, occupational medicine, manual therapy, sports rehabilitation, and nutrition.
She maintains a very active life with her husband, raising their three children and two dogs. Together, they founded and run the ministry Ladies of Value, working with the Fayetteville Dream Center in Cumberland County. Nicole is also an adjunct professor at Campbell University. In her free time, she has completed an Ironman, several Half Ironman’s, marathons, and triathlons, and loves endurance training. Nicole has a passion for life and living it to the fullest.