PT, DPT, Dip. MDT
Katie has been fortunate to treat a very wide array of patients ranging from infancy to elderhood and diagnoses of orthopedic and neurologic background. She has been a practicing Physical Therapist since 2012 upon graduating with special recognition from University of Hartford with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Through continuing education and strong patient outcomes, Katie’s practice has been finely tuned toward orthopedic issues more specifically low back and neck pain. Katie has gone on to achieve her Diploma in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy, an accomplishment only several hundred therapists have ever accomplished internationally. Katie is a Faculty member through the St Luke’s University Health Network Orthopedic Residency as well as the Spine Fellowship. Katie has also been awarded Fellowship via the Academy of Spine Physical Therapy in 2022. Katie, as an Advanced Spine Care Practitioner, works closely with her patients to understand their pain, and the specific effect it has on their lives and functionality, working toward goals tailored to that patient exclusively. Katie emphasizes independence and prevention, in a goal that patients will not have to seek out care for the same injury twice. When not working or educating, she loves spending time outdoors with her family, including her beautiful daughter and incredible husband.