Natalie joined the Ear Nose and Throat Center of Utah in 2017. She is a certified Physician Assistant. She received her Bachelors degree in Exercise Science: Fitness and Wellness Management from BYU with Minors in Business and Gerontology. Before attending BYU she played tennis and golf for BYU Hawaii. The tennis team won the NCAA Division II National Championship her second year on the team.
Natalie has been a practicing PA since 2013. She went to PA school at the University of Toledo in Ohio. She graduated with a Masters of Science in Biomedical Sciences. During her time in PA school she took on extra coursework to complete a Gerontology Certificate program. She has always loved working with the elderly, and her special training in this area has enabled her to help many individuals.
She started her career in internal medicine where she worked in hospital, offices and nursing home settings. She began specializing in ears and balance disorders in 2015 in Rochester NY. She trained for two years with Dr Benjamin Crane, MD PhD, at the University of Rochester. Her clinical interests include vertigo in elderly patients, vestibular neuritis, and lifestyle management of vestibular migraine.
Natalie enjoys sports and fitness, traveling, painting, interior design, and baking. She loves spending time with her husband and two children.