Molly earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy degree from Radford University Carilion (RUC) in Roanoke, Virginia. During her time at RUC, Molly worked as a Graduate Research Fellow, where she completed research on clinical experiences and concussion testing, later presenting her findings at national conferences. Prior to receiving her Doctorate, Molly graduated magna cum laude from James Madison University and earned her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with a concentration in Exercise Science. While at James Madison University, she served as a teaching assistant in biology, volunteered with her local Rescue Squad, and worked with an organization to promote health and wellness in women and girls.
Molly has worked with a variety of patient populations and diagnoses during her outpatient orthopedic clinicals affiliations. Specifically, Molly focused on neuro rehabilitation, geriatrics, sports rehabilitation, gait training, and post-operative care. She became a physical therapist because she believes movement is the best medicine and that physical activity and helping people return to their regular daily activities can help people experience life to the fullest. Molly’s passion for movement stems from her history as a competitive runner since high school. Molly’s goal is to empower patients to reach their highest potential by working closely with her patients and listening to their goals to help create a well-rounded treatment plan catered towards their needs.
Molly was raised in Northern Virginia and is excited to be living in NYC. In her spare time, she enjoys running through Central Park, trying new restaurants, reading, backpacking in the mountains, and kayaking.