Kerri completed her undergraduate education at Pace University and graduated from The Graduate Center- College of Staten Island with a doctorate in physical therapy in 2014. She has experience in outpatient orthopedics and sports as well as neurological rehabilitation of adults and pediatrics. Kerri has also worked with post- surgical patients at Hospital for Special Surgery. She, along with other colleagues, completed a three-year research study on, “Neuronal Interactions after Transcortical and Transpinal Stimulation in Humans,” which is currently pending publication. She likes to stay up to date with the most current knowledge, research and therapeutic techniques to ensure excellent patient care. Kerri is currently working on completing certifications including OCS and CSCS. She makes sure to individualize her treatments to make sure each patient reaches their goals. She also played four years of NCAA college softball and continues to play for fun, as well as snowboard during the winter.