It all started with braving the snow at State University of New York at Corltand, where I received my Bachelor of Science (BS) in Exercise Science while developing a passion for working with athletes.
I then moved on to become a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. However, my DPT wasn't enough, so I continued to expand my understanding of human anatomy by traveling across the country in pursuit of certifications to specialize in pelvic health.
With advanced knowledge of sports science and pelvic anatomy, I compounded my education and experience to include, what I believed to be, an often neglected piece of anatomy when thinking of our more advanced athletes.
Eventually, I took my practices up to Connecticut. I put my knowledge to work with some of the country's greatest, crossfitters, super marathoners, crew rowers, figure skaters, dancers and much more.
Now practicing in Decatur, Georgia I can also be found at local mom and pop shop cafes elbow deep in a stack of my favorite comic books or enjoying a craft beer at our local breweries.
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