Wendi Evans graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy in 1988. She began her career as a traditional physical therapist, specializing in orthopedics. For several years, she served as clinical supervisor of the outpatient orthopedic therapy department at the National Hospital for Orthopedics and Rehabilitation, in Arlington, VA.
She then spent nine years as the primary therapist for a group of rheumatologists at the Center for Rheumatic Diseases and Osteoporosis, in Bethesda, MD.
She has also studied other techniques like Strain Counterstrain, Muscle Energy Technique, Functional Indirect Technique and Mechanical Link from various osteopathic physicians.
As her interest in manual therapy grew, she began training through the Upledger Institute, and later the Barral Institute, in the areas of Craniosacral Therapy and Visceral Manipulation. She has also studied other techniques like Strain Counterstrain, Muscle Energy and Mechanical Link from various osteopathic physicians. In 2003, she began practicing at the Asclepeion Center for Body Mind Therapy, in Silver Spring, MD, and in 2004, she began working at the private physical therapy practice of Adam Dube PT, in Gaithersburg, MD as well. In the fall of 2009, she opened her own private practice in Olney, MD.