Tiffany graduated from the University of St. Augustine in December of 2015 with her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree.  While attending St. Augustine, she was educated in the Paris Technique of manual therapy which focuses on restoring joint mobility.  Following graduation, she began working in outpatient orthopedic clinics. In 2017, Tiffany was certified in Dry Needling through AAMT and is Rock Tape certified for pediatrics.  Her love for children has been the compelling force to develop her training and skills in the direction of pediatric physical therapy. Working with infants to young adults diagnosed with Torticollis, Cerebral Palsy, Osgood-Schlatter disease, general weakness and various medical disorders, Tiffany aids in educating the patient and family thus affording them the opportunity to function independently at home or in a social setting.  Tiffany is the proud owner of Lucy, a 3 year- old Certified/Registered Therapy dog who is used to work with pediatric patients, calming down anxious patients, and lifting the spirits of each person that comes through the clinic. Tiffany has continued her education with courses such as John F Barnes’ Myofascial Release and cupping to assist her with providing optimum care for all her patients diagnosed with joint disorders, post-op orthopedic patients, as well as those who have experienced injury or a debilitating disease.