Devon earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Stony Brook University. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology from Manhattan College. While at Manhattan College, she served as a board member of the exercise science national honors society, Phi Epsilon Kappa.
Devon selected diverse affiliations throughout her physical therapy education in order to have a broad understanding of a variety of fields. She has worked with young children with autism, geriatric patients with neurological pathologies, and both men and women of all ages with pelvic floor dysfunctions. During her final clinical affiliation at NYU Ambulatory Care Center for Women’s and Men’s Health, Devon worked alongside top clinicians within the field. Her passion for women and men’s health has grown stronger with each person she has had the pleasure of treating. This passion lead Devon to receive her Level I Pelvic Floor certification through the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) course and she is now a member of the APTA Section on Women’s Health.
Devon strives to teach all of her patients the tools they need to independently manage their symptoms, maintain their fitness, and prevent future injuries. She believes this can be accomplished through effective communication, specific attention to each patient’s needs and goals, and hard work from both the therapist and patient in and outside of the clinic.
In her personal time, Devon likes to explore the city with friends, play board games with family, read, and travel.