Alyssa is a graduate of St. Bonaventure University where she earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Human Movement Sciences. From there, she continued her education at Slippery Rock University where she earned her doctoral degree in Physical Therapy.
Alyssa started her career working in an outpatient orthopedic clinic in Baltimore, MD and has recently moved to the Wisconsin area to continue working in the outpatient setting. While working in outpatient practices, Alyssa has gained experience working with a wide range of orthopedic conditions as well as the Parkinson’s population. Alyssa has certifications in functional dry needling, functional movement screen (FMS), selective functional movement assessment (SFMA) and LSVT BIG. She uses a comprehensive approach to treating each of her patients in order to create an individualized treatment plan for their recovery.
Alyssa prides herself on having a patient centered approach to PT that involves open communication and teamwork between both parties so that the patient can have an active part in their recovery, as well as achieve their goals and return to their prior lifestyle as soon as possible.
Alyssa currently resides on the East side of Milwaukee. On her spare time, she enjoys being active, exploring the outdoors, and baking.