Mary earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Hunter College. She has experience in outpatient orthopedics, inpatient acute care, subacute rehabilitation, and neurological rehabilitation (specifically spinal cord injury and multiple sclerosis). She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, including the New York Chapter and the Orthopedics Section.
Mary offers a dynamic background as a physical therapist. She received her BS in Exercise Science from Longwood University where she competed on their D1 Women’s Golf Team with a career low round of 68. She went on to earn her MA in Sports Performance from Ball State University and was the Women’s Golf Assistant Coach. Mary is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist by the National Strength and Conditioning Association and has trained a variety of clients from elite collegiate and professional athletes to recreational golfers. She is also a certified Clinic Exercise Physiologist by the American College of Sports Medicine with experience treating those with cardiovascular, pulmonary, and metabolic conditions.
Mary has a strong passion for exercise and its powerful role as a primary component of health and well-being. She has an interest in treating orthopedic and neurological conditions. She combines the science and art of rehabilitation to team up with her patients to achieve their goals; whether it’s helping a patient recover from surgery to get back to running or empowering a patient with Parkinson’s Disease to continue golfing.
Outside of the clinic, Mary enjoys travelling and staying active, from running the Nike Women’s Marathon in San Francisco to taking a trapeze class. She loves exploring New York City and you can find her running in Central Park, eating at ethnic restaurants, or perusing a bookstore.