Kathy graduated from Thomas Jefferson University with a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy and then began her career at Bryn Mawr Rehabilitation Hospital. She spent time on the Spinal Cord, Musculoskeletal, Amputee, Brain Injury, and Stroke Units, developing a niche for treating clients with neurological and amputee conditions. Kathy places a strong value on continuing education and has attended many educational courses to further her knowledge and specialize her approach to treating neurological, amputee, and vestibular conditions. She completed the APTA Vestibular Competency at Emory University in 2014. She also returned to her alma mater, Thomas Jefferson University, to complete her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Kathy’s work history includes time spent at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and Main Line Affiliates home care, which enabled her to diversify her knowledge and experience with treating clients across the continuum of health care. In addition, Kathy acts as an adjunct faculty member at Neumann University, providing quality education to physical therapy students, in order to ensure the successful growth of the physical therapy profession.
Kathy lives in West Chester with her husband, two sons, and dog. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends, cooking, hiking, and gardening.