Chloe joined the Physiofitness team after graduating with honors from Touro College School of Health Sciences with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. She received her bachelor of arts in psychology and neuroscience from Wake Forest University in 2013 where she played club soccer during her time there. Chloe’s extensive fitness background has helped shape her treatment approach which involves maximizing movement performance. She believes the ability to move through full range of motion in various planes is essential to optimizing overall physical health.
Chloe is passionate about her own training and has extensive experience in CrossFit, strength and conditioning, and Olympic weightlifting. Her expertise allows her to build programs for all types of injuries ranging from general conditioning to those geared toward higher-level sport-specific athletes.
Chloe is dedicated to expanding her knowledge of physical therapy and is always building on her manual techniques. She has taken numerous courses in spinal techniques with NAIOMT (North American Institute of Manual Therapy) and plans to get certified in Functional Range Conditioning in April.
In her spare time, Chloe coaches at “The Fort”, a strength and conditioning gym, where she leads small group classes. She also enjoys reading, playing soccer, traveling, and eating and is always open for a good book or restaurant recommendation.