Dr. Richter received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2010 from the University of New Mexico. She has experience working with orthopedic injuries, neurological disorders, and stroke rehabilitation. She is advancing in specialized training for the treatment of pelvic floor conditions such as urinary incontinence and pelvic pain disorders. She’s a member of APTA and Women’s Health Special Interest Group.
Genevieve speaks to mother interest groups on postpartum rehabilitation.
For recreation, Genevieve enjoys spending time outdoors hiking and working on her garden. Also, at her household there are two dogs, one cat, four chickens and a rabbit!
Her best physical therapy tips are to make sure patients are educated on what is happening in their bodies and how we work to fix those issues.
Her favorite quote is, “The body will always take the path of the least resistance” – Herself