Great service, very knowledgeable. I am progressing faster than I thought I would.
I love this place. They make getting stronger and physically better incredibly easy. It’s good to enjoy working this hard!
Redbud is a relaxing environment and a great team. If you must go to therapy – this is a great place to go!
From my initial visit to my very last PT session, everyone at Redbud PT was welcoming, helpful, and professional.
Redbud has an excellent staff, they know their business and show great concern for their patients.
Downtown – Tulsa
Tulsa, OK 74103
Meet the Staff
Emma grew up in rural western Kansas, giving her a unique understanding of the challenges that undeserved populations often have in accessing healthcare. Since that time, she has developed a passion for serving Spanish-speaking patients and individuals struggling with pelvic health concerns.
After high school, Emma attended Northwestern College in Orange City, Iowa, where she earned her B.A. in Athletic Training and a minor in Spanish. She has been a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) since 2012 and currently helps provide services for local high school football programs that do not have an athletic trainer on staff.
Emma received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2015 from Wichita State University. During her time there, she was introduced to pelvic health rehabilitation, and immediately began her training through the Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute. Since graduation, she has expanded her education through numerous courses in Dry Needling, Manual Therapy, and treatment of vestibular disorders, including post-concussion syndrome.
Outside of the clinic, Emma enjoys spending time with her husband, Todd, and their two Labrador Retrievers. They have enjoyed making Tulsa their home for over 2 years, and are thankful for the wonderful relationships they have built, both professionally and personally, within the community. Emma also maintains an active involvement with her local church and the Oklahoma Physical Therapy Association.
Raised in Flint, Michigan, Christopher grew up playing soccer and spending as much time as possible outdoors with friends and family. After graduating high school and attending a local community college, Christopher moved to Oklahoma with his family. He attended the University of Central Oklahoma, where he earned his Bachelor’s degree. While attending Central Oklahoma he had the opportunity to participate in research with individuals with Parkinson’s disease and study the combined effects of physical exercise and speech therapy. After his research Christopher graduated from the University of Oklahoma Health Science Center with a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree (DPT).
Christopher enjoys spending his free time with friends and family in Tulsa. His interests include playing soccer, rock climbing, hiking, and trying new food.
Jadyn Crooch is originally from Checotah, OK graduating as her high school’s varsity cheer captain and valedictorian of her class in 2013. She completed a Bachelor’s in Nutritional Sciences at Oklahoma State University in 2016. Jadyn was an active member of her sorority, Pi Beta Phi, where she participated in leadership, community, and drama activities. Jadyn was awarded Top 20 Freshman of Oklahoma State University, Top 10 Seniors of the College of Human Sciences and student council vice president of her college. She obtained a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Oklahoma in 2019.
Jadyn served as an ambassador of the College of Allied Health. She is currently a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and member of the Section on Women’s Health (SoWH). Jadyn is a certified pelvic health physical therapist through the APTA. Jadyn’s hobbies include biking, shopping, and spending time with her lively, country family.