Corinne is from San Jose, California and received her bachelor’s degree from California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo. She graduated with Honors with her degree in Kinesiology and a concentration in Exercise Science. She later went on to receive her doctoral degree in physical therapy from University of Wisconsin in Madison.
Corinne began dancing at the young age of three years old and began dancing competitively when she was eleven. Following several dance-related injuries and surgery in high school, Corinne went through physical therapy herself and was able to return to the studio as soon as possible and stronger than before with help from her physical therapist. She was able to continue dancing throughout high school and danced competitively in the collegiate sphere as a member of the Cal Poly Dance Team. The encouragement and guidance she had in her own physical therapy sessions inspired her to pursue physical therapy as a career.
Corinne has experience treating a variety of populations and conditions including treatment of children in the hospital setting, patients who have had various orthopedic surgeries, as well as stroke and traumatic brain injury patients. She is eager to begin treating dancers and other performing artists in order to help her patients return to what they love to do.
When Corinne is not in clinic, you can find her trying her hand at cooking new recipes, doing yoga and pilates, and walking around Central Park with a coffee in hand and a true crime podcast in her earphones.