Caley Brown received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from New York University and her Bachelor’s degree in Health Policy and Management with a concentration in Business Studies at Providence College. Caley’s clinical experience includes orthopedics, sports rehabilitation, neurological acute care rehabilitation, and intensive care unit rehabilitation.
Caley has a passion for orthopedic and sports rehabilitation and focuses on neuromuscular reeducation to help restore functional movements patterns and help prevent further injury. She is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Caley also works at Lenox Hill Hospital on the neurosurgical unit where she has experiences with a variety of diagnosis including stroke, brain surgeries, orthopedic surgeries, Gillian barre syndrome, vestibular issues, and amputations. She approaches each case differently so as to provide patients with an individualized treatment plan to assist them in getting back to their prior level of function.
In high school Caley was a three-season athlete participating in track and field, field hockey, and horseback riding. Caley was a member of Providence College’s Track and Field team as a high jumper and spent a good deal of time in the sports medicine clinic, which is how she discovered her love of physical therapy. Caley enjoys staying active with running, spinning, and kick boxing. During her free time, she enjoys exploring the city, watching hockey and football, and spending time with family and friends.