Dr. Wendy Pierce is board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation with a pediatric subspecialty. Her focus is on improving the function of children with chronic illnesses including cerebral palsy. She earned her medical degree from Northwestern University and completed her residency at Baylor College of Medicine. She started at Children's Hospital Colorado, where she completed a fellowship in pediatric rehabilitation medicine. Dr. Pierce began her career at Rady Children's Hospital San Diego then in April 2014 started at Children’s Rehabilitation Clinic in Colorado Springs. She is faculty at the University of Colorado.
She has served on several committees of the American Academy for Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine. She is a member of the data review team for the clinical gait lab at Children’s Hospital and serves on the board of the Commission of Motion Lab Accreditation.
She and her husband Aaron have volunteered for the adaptive ski program at Children’s Hospital Colorado, which is how they met. She serves as bus staff and medical consultant. Her husband is a sit ski instructor for the program. Her husband is a mechanical engineer by training and now works for Numotion as an Assistive Technology Professional. They have 2 happy girls – Penelope age 5 and Abigail age 3 and 1 cat and 6 hens.