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ABOUT

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Dr. Nicole 

Godett

 

Nicole Godett, PT, DPT, OCS, MTC

Doctor of Physical Therapy

Board-Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy

Manual Physical Therapy Certification

After graduating with my Master's in Physical Therapy from California State University Fresno in 2007 I returned to Ridgecrest, my hometown. Since graduation I have spent the majority of my time working in outpatient orthopaedics. I love being a physical therapist because it combines many of my interests and passions. I enjoy meeting and getting to know new people as we work together to address their reasons for attending therapy. It also allows me to combine problem solving, various treatment techniques and my love of fitness to help teach clients how to achieve their goals.

Desiring to expand my knowledge and skill set, I returned to school to earn a clinical doctorate in physical therapy and a certification in manual physical therapy. This reignited my passion for my learning, my profession and led me on the path to opening my own clinic. I'm excited to be able to use this opportunity to work one on one with clients in a small fitness studio to help them learn the tools to get back to doing what they love!

  • B.P.T. (Bachelor Of Physiotherapy)- Dulton College of Physiotherapy.   

Nicole Godett, PT, DPT, OCS, MTC

Doctor of Physical Therapy

Board-Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy

Manual Physical Therapy Certification

After graduating with my Master's in Physical Therapy from California State University Fresno in 2007 I returned to Ridgecrest, my hometown. Since graduation I have spent the majority of my time working in outpatient clinics.

 

I love being a physical therapist because it combines many of my interests and passions. I enjoy meeting and getting to know new people as we work together to address their reasons for attending therapy. It also allows me to combine problem solving, various treatment techniques and my love of fitness to help teach clients how to achieve their goals.

Desiring to expand my knowledge and skill set, I returned to school to earn a clinical doctorate in physical therapy and a certification in manual physical therapy. I have also taken additional classes help individuals with pelvic floor issues such as pain, bladder and bowel issues and recovery from surgery.

 

I'm excited to be able to work one on one with clients in a small fitness studio in order to help them learn the tools to get back to doing what they love!

A little about my family and I:

 

My husband Kyle and I, both Ridgecrest locals, moved back home after we finished with college. We have four children! Ethan is 12, Caleb is 10, Thomas is 8 and Caroline is 6. We love being outdoors going hiking, camping, swimming and boating in the summer. When we do get a chance, we also love snowboarding! I'm also a bit of a fitness fanatic and I love sharing my love of working out, ballet and running with others.

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