Dr. Roush started her education as a Spartan at MSU, earning her BS in exercise physiology. She graduated from CMU with a Master’s in physical therapy in 1997 and in December, 2020, completed her Doctorate in physical therapy at the College of Saint Scholastica in Duluth, MN. Dr. Roush has a strong background in rehabilitation, home health, and outpatient PT, working in medical based physical therapy for 18 years prior to transitioning to pediatric practice at Northwest Education Services in 2015. Dr. Roush currently supports kids at both New Horizons, Life Skills Center, and Central HS center-based programs. Outside of work, she is raising a 16-year-old son, Alex, and 13-year-old daughter, Adeline, with her husband, Chris. As a family, they enjoy all things outdoor – camping, water sports, and skiing. Her running and fat biking help her keep her sanity as well as model an active and healthy lifestyle for her children and students.