After graduating from the University of the Sciences in 2011 with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy, Alicia began her career working at a hospital in both the inpatient acute care and outpatient settings. While there, she was able to work with people across the lifespan with various cardiopulmonary, neuromuscular, and orthopedic conditions. In addition to these passions, she has developed an interest in vestibular and concussion rehabilitation as well as pelvic health. Outside of the clinic, Alicia has been a clinical mentor for rising physical therapy students, participates in pro bono work, and also serves as a lab instructor for the physical therapy program at the University of the Sciences.
When she is not working, Alicia enjoys dabbling in music, art, photography, adding to her shoe collection, and daydreaming about her next travel adventure.