Sweta earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy and Masters in Anatomy and Clinical Health Sciences from the University of Delaware, where she won the Cossoy Scholarship for “demonstrating substantial promise and the ability to contribute to the advancement of the physical therapy profession.” Before her graduate education, Sweta graduated Summa Cum-Laude from Rutgers University with a degree in Public Health, Kinesiology, and Women’s Leadership.
Sweta has practiced Bharatanatyam, an ancient South Indian Classical Dance form, for 20+ years. This experience has taken her as a solo and group dancer/choreographer to various international stages including the NYC Fringe Festival, Chennai Music Academy, and national collegiate competition circuits featured in the NY Times. Sweta has clinical expertise in athletics, geriatrics, pre/post-surgical care, and functional screening and training. She is passionate about using her manual therapy skills and knowledge to empower a diverse range of patients to reach their health goals.
Sweta loves to move and enjoys a wide variety of dance styles, yoga, pilates, and group classes with occasional weight training. Sweta is always reading or listening to podcasts related to health, culture, the environment, politics, art, and science fiction and loves having interesting discussions with friends and family.