Kristi began her physical therapy career as a patient, after knee surgery due to a skiing accident. After her recovery, she enrolled at NOVA in Annandale, Virginia. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from the Physical Therapy Assistant Program in 1994. She has extensive experience in all areas of orthopedics, having worked in Virginia, North Carolina, New Hampshire and Massachusetts. She has attended over 20 additional courses to further her expertise and has been a lecturer in the area of women’s orthopedic health.
Kristi believes in a common sense approach to treatment. She utilizes an eclectic combination of massage, modalities for pain relief, stretching, taping, exercise and education to achieve the best results.
She is a native Vermonter and is happy to return to New England. She enjoys traveling, chocolate, wine and especially spending time at her “camp” in Vermont with her husband, Ed and dog, Trooper.