Britt Smith received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree as well as a Masters in Anatomy and Clinical Health Science from the University of Delaware. Prior to graduate school, she attended Long Island University – C.W. Post where she studied health science and minored in business. Britt also participated in the schools NCAA D2 women’s lacrosse team where she earned First team All-American, Defensive play of the year, and a team National Championship.
Britt gained experienced at the University of Maryland Shore Regional Medical Center where she worked on the acute rehab team and treated a variety of orthopedic, cardiopulmonary and neurological conditions. Brittany also had the opportunity to work at Elite Sports Physical Therapy in New Jersey, a clinic that specialized in ACLR rehabilitation. Here she was able to work with competitive high school, college, and adult athletes to help them return to sport. Brittany also had the opportunity to intern at Elite Physical Therapy in Wilmington where she developed her manual skills with the integration of trigger point release, joint mobilization/manipulation, manually resisted exercise, PNF patterns, IASTM, and myofascial cupping to treat a variety of diagnoses.
Drawing from her background in athletics and sports performance coaching, Brittany has developed a passion for sports rehabilitation. She applies the knowledge from her certifications in USA Weightlifting, Blood Flow Restriction therapy, and Functional Range Conditioning to deliver the best care possible
Outside the clinic Brittany continues to play lacrosse and enjoys weightlifting, obstacle course races, recreation volleyball and flag football. Understanding the value of participating in one’s passions drives her provide the best possible care and help patients reach their goals.