Sara earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Misericordia University in Pennsylvania, where she also earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology, graduating magna cum laude. Sara has gained clinical experience in sports and orthopedic settings, inpatient orthopedic and neurologic settings, and pediatric neurologic settings. While at Misericordia University, Sara participated in and helped to establish a free physical therapy clinic at the College of Health Sciences. Her doctoral research was a systematic review of the Efficacy of Physical Therapy Interventions for Balance and Mobility in Patients with Multiple Sclerosis and was selected to present at the APTA Combined Sections Meeting.
Sara is dedicated to providing the highest quality of care through an individualized approach and enjoys treating a diverse patient population. She has interests in women’s health/pelvic floor therapy as well as sports-related and neurologic rehabilitation. She utilizes manual therapy, therapeutic exercises and education to help her patients reach and maintain their goals.
During Sara’s free time, she enjoys staying active by taking spin and HIIT classes, traveling, cooking and spending time with friends and family.