“From the moment I first had experienced Physical Therapy I knew this is exactly what I wanted to do for my career. The ability to help change someone’s life or allow someone return to an activity that once was part of his/her daily routine is so intrinsically rewarding. The wide variety of problems and dysfunctions that we encounter as physical therapists make this career challenging but interesting on a daily basis. I love having the ability to problem solve, due to the human body being a difficult puzzle to conquer.
“My goal is to deliver hands on physical therapy to produce outcomes for patients in which they are motivated to continue to help themselves to avoid further injury in the future. Educating patients on why and how they dysfunction came about and what they can do to decrease their discomfort and further progress at home will allow my patients to feel more in control of his/her body and motivate to continue far beyond treatment time and live a longer happier lifestyle.”
Doctor of Physical Therapy: University of St. Augustine, St. Augustine, FL
Bachelor of Science: Exercise Science, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA
Certified: Manual Therapy Certification (MTC)
Member: American Physical Therapy Association, Maryland Physical Therapy Association, Orthopedic section of APTA, Sports section of APTA