Natalie is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and Owner of Ability Allies. She knew she wanted to be a Physical Therapist at a very young age fascinated with medical practice and sports rehabilitation along with a strong passion for caring and assisting others.
Natalie received her Undergraduate Degree's in Rehabilitation Science with a Minor in Psychology while competing on the varsity field hockey team winning 3 conference championships and graduated with her Doctorates Degree in Physical Therapy while playing for the New England Regional and U.S. Olympic qualifier field hockey teams receiving the student-athlete award for excellence in academics and athletics from Northeastern University in Boston Massachusetts.
Natalie has over 15 years of clinical experience working directly in the fields of orthopedics, post-operative recovery, sports rehabilitation, aquatic therapy, pediatrics, and pulmonary rehabilitation. With a variety of clinical skills, she is able to evaluate complex conditions and discover the root cause of dysfunction in order to develop the most effective treatment plan for each patient's individual needs.
Certifications and clinical knowledge in a variety of spinal and joint mobilization techniques using Hesch Method, Mulligan Mobilizations, therapeutic soft and deep tissue massage, postural restoration, instrument assisted tissue mobilization (IASTM) in Graston and Cupping, therapeutic/sports taping, foot orthotic casting/molding, Craniosacral Therapy, and sport performance enhancement with preventative injury training.