Allie was born and raised in West Long Branch, New Jersey. She received both her Bachelor’s of Science in Occupation & Well-Being (2021) and Master’s of Science in Occupational Therapy (2022) from Towson University.
During her clinical affiliations, Allie gained experience with a plethora of conditions including, but not limited to orthopedic conditions, musculoskeletal disorders, neurological conditions, and children with multiple disabilities.
Allie has a passion for nutrition and exercise which she enjoys incorporating into her treatment, providing a comprehensive approach to rehabilitation. She recognizes the importance of evidence-based practice and strives to keep apprised of new research, so she may provide new treatment strategies. Allie is dedicated to helping her patients achieve their goals and seeing them live their lives to the highest quality.
Outside of work, Allie enjoys working out, learning how to cook new meals, spending time with family and friends, and spending time at the beach. Allie looks forward to a career of helping others to recover and regain their function and independence in all areas of their lives.