Teddi was born and raised in Amelia Island, Florida. As a young kid, her parents put her in every sport imaginable but stuck with soccer and track throughout high school. She was recruited to play soccer in college but turned down the offer and join the club team instead. Teddi was even the president of her team. During her time in chiropractic school, she learned how to play spikeball and actually climbed to become one of the top 20 women's spikeball players in the world! She is always excited to try new sports and is always trying to stay active in any way possible. Teddi is super excited to be in Colorado, and would love some advice on surviving the cold winter.
After high school, Teddi attended the University of North Florida in Jacksonville where she got her bachelor's degree in exercise science with a minor in sports management. During this time she held the role of event coordinator in the exercise science club and the role of president for her club soccer team. In college she worked with a semiprofessional rugby team and Brooks Neuro Recovery Team. She is currently pursuing her doctorate at Palmer College of Chiropractic, Port Orange. During her academic and clinical time at Palmer, Teddi was the class representative and a Chiropractic teaching assistant. She will be graduating on December 15th!
Teddi went to the chiropractor with her parents when she was young, and started seeing the benefits of treatment after knee surgery in high school and a car accident in college. She saw the power of chiropractic in herself and her parents. Chiropractic helped her dad go from barely able to walk to returning to tennis and helped her mom run for 25 years without missing a beat.
WHAT DO YOU LOVE TO DO IN YOUR FREE TIME?
Teddi loves going to the brach and running in her free time. Moving to Denver, maybe she'll give trail running a try! She loves to participate in any sport she can get into and wants to try skiing and snowboarding.