I started my career in sports medicine as a PT student working with the Boston Celtics. After a short stint working in Burlington, VT. I set out on the road as a traveling physical therapist with Kate for 10 years, across 7 states.
Manual therapy and exercise are central to most of my treatments. In addition, I often include dry needling and blood flow restriction training (BFR) which is a technique to produce more strength faster while using light resistance. My passion is to help you get back to doing all the things you want at the highest possible level without pain.
Skiing is my passion in the winter. In the summer, I enjoy running, hiking, open water swim races, and camping with my family.
Much of the rest of my free time is spent volunteering in national leadership positions within the American Physical Therapy Association. I currently serve as Vice President of APTA's Academy of Orthopaedic Physical Therapy - the national body representing 18,000 musculoskeletal PT Members.