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Jen was raised in the Finger Lakes que es escoliosis dorsal Region of Upstate New York. She decided at a young age that she wanted to be a physical therapist. When it came time to look for a college, she did not have to look far to find the rigorous program at Ithaca College where she attained her BS in Clinical Science and MS in Physical Therapy in 2004/2005 respectively. She completed her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Mass General Hospital Institute of Health Professionals in January of 2015. She is certified in a unique method for rapid healing, rehabilitation and injury-free training and conditioning called the dolor lumbar izquierdo causas Burdenko Method (www.Burdenko.com). Along with her extensive training in the science and application of physical therapy techniques, she truly cares for her patients and she works for positive resolution of their pain and dysfunction.


Jen promotes wellness to all of her patients encouraging them to live an active lifestyle especially upon completion of physical therapy. When not found at Horizon, Jen enjoys spending time dolor lumbar tratamiento with her family and friends, sailing, snorkeling, SCUBA diving, hiking, and traveling.

Alissa was raised in New Jersey preparacion para radiografia de columna lumbosacra bioimagen about twenty minutes from of NYC. She grew up loving sports and was a competitive gymnast for many years and still enjoys playing soccer, running, hiking, practicing yoga, and staying active. She attended Quinnipiac University for her undergraduate bachelor’s degree dolor lumbar izquierdo tratamiento in health science in 2009 and continued on for her master’s degree in Occupational Therapy, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2011. Alissa received her national board certification in occupational therapy soon after and became a member of the American and World Occupational Therapy Association. Alissa began working for Atlantic Health System, one of the largest medical system in New Jersey, after she graduated. Her focus was on inpatient rehabilitation after orthopedic surgeries, multi-trauma symptoms of herniated lumbar disk accidents, neurological injuries (ie. Stroke and brain injuries), spinal cord injuries etc. She has also worked with the pediatric population from birth to school age children, with a focus on handwriting skills, coordination deficits, fine motor issues, developmental delay and sensory integration impairments. Alissa did her graduate thesis on yoga for children with Autism cirugia lumbar and has her 40 hour YogaFit certification. She enjoys teaching yoga to both children and adults as well as attending classes on her own. Alissa moved to St. Thomas in early January 2016 and is excited to live and work in such a beautiful place with amazing people!

Dan is a licensed Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT). A native Canadian, Dan grew up in Iowa and enjoys fishing, golfing and spending time on the water. After completing a biology desviacion lumbar degree at Iowa State University, he studied physical therapy at Creighton University escoliosis lumbar de convexidad derecha. During his time in graduate school, Daniel took the time to gain a Strength & Conditioning Specialist certification from the NSCA. Daniel moved to St. Thomas in 2014 with his wife Sara and their dog, Marley. When not working with patients, he and Sara enjoy the beach, exploring the beautiful Caribbean, boating, SCUBA diving and relaxing with friends.