Jennifer studied at the University of Rhode Island, earning both a Bachelor of Science degree in Wildlife Conservation and Biology, and a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. There, she completed research in preparation for an update to the APTA clinical practice guideline for neck pain. Prior to becoming a physical therapist in 2020, Jennifer worked as an analytical chemist for pharmaceuticals focused on rare diseases of the blood and bones.
Jennifer specializes in orthopedics, neurologic rehabilitation, and balance and vestibular therapy. She works primarily with pediatric and geriatric patients, due to her focus on helping these patients improve their function. She is certified in the in Graston Technique and Functional Movement Screen.
When she’s not working with patients, Jennifer enjoys outdoor activities like hiking, running, swimming, kayaking, cycling, stand-up paddleboarding, and cross-country skiing. She also enjoys crafting, sewing, home improvement projects.