Stephanie joined the Taylor Rehab team in May 2016. She graduated with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Florida after completing her Bachelor’s in Exercise Science. Like many physical therapists, she discovered the profession through injuries of her own while playing high school and collegiate club soccer. Stephanie has a passion for treating sports injuries, spine pain and general orthopedic injuries.
She is certified in Dry Needling and Spinal Manipulation through the American Academy of Manual Therapy (AAMT). Stephanie completed an APTA credentialed Fellowship in Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy through AAMT and holds a Diploma in Osteopractic, a 9-course series specializing in application of the best evidence for neuromuscular conditions with an emphasis on differential diagnosis and the use of manual therapy interventions such as dry needling, spinal manipulation, cupping and instrument-assisted soft-tissue mobilization. She was accepted as a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists in 2019. Stephanie serves as a mentor for Fellows-in-Training as well as a Clinical Instructor for Doctor of Physical Therapy students and is constantly seeking to further her knowledge and skills as a physical therapist.
Stephanie has lived in North Carolina since 2015 and enjoys all outdoor activities. She loves hiking, weight lifting and yoga and is an active participant at a local Cross Fit box.