Dana Rodenbostel graduated from the University of Arizona in 2013 with a degree in Physiology and a minor in Religious Studies. A love for gymnastics at an early age led her to compete from the age of 8 through her senior year of high school. While attending U of A, she coached competitive gymnastics and shared her knowledge with many young girls. It was through the numerous injuries Dana sustained in gymnastics that sparked her interest in physical therapy and is currently the head Physical Therapy Technician at the Fischer Institute.
Dana enjoys spending time with her family, volunteering, working out, and watching gymnastics, hockey and football. She is planning on attending Physical Therapy school this upcoming year and earning her doctorate in Physical Therapy.