Carmen graduated from Western Oregon University in 1998. During her undergraduate studies she also participated in Track and Field as a Heptathlete. She then went to Pacific University with her husband, Gary Anglin, where she received her Master's in 2002 and then her Doctorate in Clinical Physical Therapy in 2003.
She is native to the Santiam Canyon, growing up on the North Fork and graduating High School at Santiam High. She met her husband in high school and they were married after their first year of college.
Carmen is certified as a Mulligan Practitioner and she has focused her physical therapy care in orthopedics. She has completed the McKenzie program and the Ola Grimbsy COMT courses. She has taken/continues her education in many women's health specialized courses and finished the American Physical Therapy section on Women's Health series for Certification of Achievement in Pregnancy and Postpartum (CAPP-OB). She enjoys assisting patients with pelvic pain and urinary/bowel incontinence.
Her goal in Physical Therapy is to give state-of-the-art care with the expectation that her patients are treated like family. She is excited with the progressive changes in Physical Therapy and expects to be involved with care for a long time.
She currently is a Board Member of Northwest Rehab Alliance. She assists in promoting small business with insurance contracting and transitioning with the changing medical environment with the new Reform Act.
Carmen strives to balance the fulltime chaos of being a business owner in an ever-changing world with the added responsibility of raising her two daughters. She continues to dedicate herself to her love of patient care along with spending time with her family in the outdoors.