Emma Codman earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy and Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation Science, with a Psychology concentration, from Northeastern University, where she graduated with honors. While at Northeastern, she researched cardiovascular health in dancers with the Alvin Ailey Dance Company and also served as part of the leadership team for “Relay for Life,” which raised funds for the American Cancer Society.
She has treated patients of all ages and gained clinical experience in orthopedic rehabilitation, dance medicine rehabilitation, and pediatrics. While completing a 14-week clinical program focused on women’s health, she also gained experience treating patients with pelvic floor dysfunction and pain. She has received her Herman and Wallace Pelvic Floor Level 1 certification and is a member of the APTA Section on Women’s Health.
Emma was a dancer while growing up and first became passionate about physical therapy via her own experiences with post-injury rehabilitation. She enjoys helping patients get back to doing what they love and aims to use physical therapy as a means of empowering them to be confident in themselves and their bodies.
In her free time, Emma enjoys traveling, exploring New York City, finding new and delicious places to eat, cooking new recipes, and staying active through running, yoga, and weight training.