Kourtney Hundertmark is a licensed physical therapist and lifetime athlete. Her passion for sports medicine and rehabilitation are what led her to pursue a career in physical therapy.
Kourtney received her Bachelor’s degree from Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama, and her Clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) from the College of Physicians and Surgeons at Columbia University in New York, New York.
While attending Columbia University, Kourtney gained valuable orthopedic experience from her clinical affiliations at the United States Military Academy at West Point (USMA) and the Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation, outpatient Rehabilitation Center.
Throughout her life Kourtney has trained and competed in a variety of sports including swimming, diving, gymnastics and tennis. Most notably Kourtney competed at the USA Gymnastics Level 9 Eastern National Championships in 2004 and as a Level 10 gymnast at the Regional Championships in 2005 and 2006. Kourtney still enjoys swimming for her personal fitness and she looks forward to future competitions with the U.S. Masters Swimming organization.
Currently Kourtney is an Assistant Coach for the Bayside YMCA Stingrays. The Bayside Stingrays are a competitive YMCA and USA swim team for children ages 6 and up. In addition to her duties as a coach Kourtney is also in charge of an emerging dry land program, which focuses on strength training, conditioning, and injury prevention.
Overall Kourtney enjoys promoting healthy lifestyles and fitness to patients of all ages. As she continues to develop her career Kourtney plans to attain specialties in both orthopedics and sports medicine.
As a Rhode Island native Kourtney was raised in Barrington and attended St. Mary’s Academy – Bay View alongside her two sisters, Kirsten and Kasondra.