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Meet Angela

Meet Angela

Angela Carlson, PT, DPT, GCS, IAMTC, IADN Cert. Specialist, ASTYM cert.

Angela grew up in a small town in western Nebraska. In her early years, she was a competitive trap shooter and played various sports. She also enjoyed hunting and fishing. She joined the Marine Corps right after high school and spent 3 years in Okinawa, Japan, where she learned how to scuba dive.

While in the Marines, Angela received her Associates Degree in General Studies. Upon discharge, Angela went back to school and obtained her Bachelor’s degree from California State University, San Bernardino, 2011. In 2014, she graduated with her Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Saint Augustine, San Marcos, CA.

Following graduation, Angela worked as a traveling physical therapist in various settings. While on assignment in Oregon, she met Jason. They traveled and worked together as therapists for a while and then Jason transitioned to teaching continuing education courses. Angela continues to work as a traveling therapist and eventually received her board certification in Geriatrics (GCS). She is also ASTYM certified and is a manual based therapist. Dry needling is her modality of choice and she enjoys introducing it to clinics that do not yet have it established. Angela is the CEO/CFO for Intricate Art Spine & Body Solutions and serves as a co-instructor for the dry needling and manipulation courses.

Angela and Jason live in their 5th wheel camper and travel around with their 2 dogs. They both enjoy the outdoors and have continued to be avid travelers, abroad and in country.


Favorite Hobbies: Angela enjoys walking, hiking, reading, playing with the dogs, and taking naps. She hopes to eventually return to trap shooting, as a coach and a competitor.