One of the biggest and most fulfilling parts of my job as a physical therapist is helping people understand their body and how it functions. Many of us don’t pay a lot of attention to our body unless there’s a problem, and issues involving pelvic health can drastically alter someone’s day to day or recreational life. I love helping guide patients on their journey to recovery, watching them take steps to achieve their goals and then step back into life as they want it to be.
I grew up in a small town in the foothills of the Adirondacks and completed my education at the State University of New York at Albany and my Bachelors degree at SUNY Buffalo. Since moving to Rochester over 22 years ago I have concentrated on orthopedics, including aquatic physical therapy. The past several years I’ve focused on pelvic health, myofascial release, chronic pain science/education and biopsychosocial integration. I strongly believe that understanding our mind-body connections are essential to achieving full recovery from injury and dysfunction.
I am now lucky to live with my husband and kitties in the Perinton area, enjoy running, hiking, antiques and all the natural beauty our area has to offer.
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