Emily has her doctorate degree in physical therapy and is a certified yoga instructor working on creating balance in the body with functional nutrition, wellness and targeted yoga practice. She has continued her studies in women’s health and wellness to incorporate the understanding of hormone balance, exercise and overall wellness through out the cycles of a woman’s life.
She has continued her passion of integrating nutrition and wellness through out the life cycle with specialized courses for integration of pelvic floor, understanding of the body during specific disease process and the nutritional requirements needed for women AND men for detoxification in preconception through childbearing years and beyond.
Her further studies have been through the Hermann and Wallance Institute for Pelvic Rehabilitation, Integrative Women’s Health Institute amongst other integrated approaches to health and wellness for all.
"Be inspiring and don't be afraid. Without your intelligence, knowing and love, the rest of the world misses out."
Education, Certifications & Accomplishments
- Doctorate of Physical Therapy Graduate from Richard Stockton University, NJ (DPT)
- Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science with a Minor in Holistic Health
- Integrative Nutrition Health Coach
- Integrative Women’s Health Institute Health Coach and Functional Nutrition Program
- Preconception and Hormonal Balance Training
- Certified Yoga Instructor through the Yoga Alliance, Bodhi Yoga Academy (RYT)
- Certified Lymphatic Therapist through Norton School (CLT)
- Certified through the Lymphatic Association of North America (LANA)
- Reiki Master
- Continuing Education in Physical Therapy for Women’s Health
- Pelvic Floor 1, 2A and 2B
- Strength After Breast Cancer Certified Clinician
- Continued studies in Rehabilitation after breast cancer
- Journal of Rehabilitation Oncology (July 2013): Screening tools for Distal Sensory Peripheral Neuropathy Associated with HIV Disease
- Journal of Rehabilitation Oncology (August 2014): Physical Therapy Interventions for Individuals with HIV Associated Distal Sensory Polyneuropathy: A Systematic Review