Physical Therapist

Born in Kent, England, Tracy moved to the United States as a teenager. She earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Physical Therapy at Northeastern University in Boston in June 1992. Tracy has worked in a variety of different environments such as outpatient and inpatient rehabilitation centers, private practices, nursing homes, and pediatric and adult home care. Therefore, Tracy's experience expands from treating teens and adults with a wide variety of diagnoses such as musculosketal, neurological, chronic pain, post-traumatic and post - surgical diagnoses, pregnancy-related pain issues, as well as infants and children with torticollis, plagiocephaly, and other developmental delay and neurological issues.  
With a focus in treating her clients as the "whole person", not just "a body part", Tracy's passion is to help her clients minimize pain, achieve optimal health and balance, and to improve overall function and mobility. How? Tracy blends her extensive physical therapy background, knowledge and treatment skills with a more holistic and therapeutic approach through light touch manual therapies such as Craniosacral Therapy and Visceral Manipulation .


​​Please read more about Tracy's journey  here .