Since Ally graduated with her doctorate, she has had many years of experience treating athletes of all sports. She was unhappy with “traditional” physical therapy, where insurance dictated how much money PTs would be reimbursed. Ally would see tons of patients within an hour and not really feel as if she was providing them with the best care they could get.

So couldn’t go on working this way, so she opened her own practice seeing patients one-on-one for at least one hour, assessing their movement dysfunctions, finding the underlying issues to the current problems, listening to their goals, getting them back to their every day activities much quicker when compared to traditional PT.

Ally loves teaching people how to move better, and more efficient. She provides workplace ergonomic training, conducts seminars at Long Island Junior Soccer League Conventions on proper stretching pre/post workout, and volunteers at triathalons/marathons educating and stretching people before/after their event. She is also an active CrossFitter and runner.


Ally's mission is to make people move better, to educate people on their health and help clients prevent future injuries. With science forever changing, she makes sure she keeps up to date on the latest techniques and innovations to speed up her patients’ recovery times.



  • Doctorate of Physical Therapy NYIT 2014

  • NCAA College Soccer Player


  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)

  • Vestibular Rehabilitation Certified Therapist (VRT)

  • Fascial Movement Therapist (FMT I, II)

  • Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM)

*Currently taking continuing education for various manual/hands on techniques