Brittany earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy and Bachelor of Science in Health Science Studies from Quinnipiac University. While completing her Doctoral degree, Brittany served as an executive board member of EQUIP Rehabilitation, a pro-bono clinic offering physical therapy services to underserved communities in Connecticut. Upon graduation, Brittany was inducted into the Pro-Bono National Honors Society for her service and commitment to EQUIP. Additionally, Brittany presented her research, “Analysis of Contributions to Back Pain in a Patient with Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis: A Case Study,” at the APTA Regional Conference.
Brittany has experience working with diverse populations in acute care and outpatient orthopedic clinics. Brittany had the privilege of working with professional athletes from the NBA and MLB during her clinical rotation at the Hospital for Special Surgery’s Sports Medicine Institute. Throughout her 20 years of dance training, Brittany sustained multiple dance-related injuries. Having been a patient herself, Brittany understands how an injury can impact one’s daily life and overall well-being. Brittany is passionate about providing evidence-based, patient-centered care to all her patients to ensure they can safely return to doing the things they love.
As a proud dancer and member of SAG-AFTRA, Brittany has a special interest in providing high-quality care to performing artists city-wide. Outside the clinic, you can find Brittany performing at theaters and parks across the tri-state area, acting on your television screen, or trying new dessert spots in the city.