She was raised on a farm in Cheney, Ks. She was involved in sports including volleyball, basketball, and track. She graduated as valedictorian of her Cheney High School class. Her interest in human anatomy, biological sciences, and passion for athletics led her to become a chiropractor.
She received her Bachelor of Science at Southwestern College, graduating with honors as Summa Cum Laude. She played volleyball for the Mound Builders for 2 years, track and field for 3 years, and cross country for 1 year. She then went to Cleveland Chiropractic College where she gained experience with different chiropractic techniques and its many modalities. She was the valedictorian of her Cleveland Chiropractic graduating class. She has experience with Cox Flexion-Distraction, Motion Palpation, Sacral Occipital Technique, Thompson Technique, and Leander Technique. Along with therapeutic adjunctive such as FAKTR, myofascial release, cupping, manual therapy, kinesiotaping, and therapeutic exercise. One of her favorite regions to treat is the jaw (TMJ). Dr. Gould enjoys spending time with her family. She loves activities outdoors including hiking with her dog Franke, kayaking, and playing sand volleyball.