Sarah grew up in North Attleboro, Ma and graduated from RIC in 2008. While at RIC, Sarah participated in varsity basketball where she played point guard for all four years. After graduating from RIC with an exercise science degree, she went on to graduate from Franklin Pierce University in New Hampshire. Since starting her career Sarah has become trained in The Graston Technique, emergancy medical responder, the Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA), dry needling, and Sportsmetrics. She recently became board certified as an orthopedic specialist.
Sarah currently resides in Cumberland, RI where she lives with her husband, two rescue dogs: Reese and Mookie, and two cats: Chubs and Chesney. She has a passion for helping and working with paeople as well as animals. Sarah is an advocate against animal cruelty and currently fosters dogs for the Friends of Homeless Animals. Sarah brings her great experience and contagious energy to our Pawtucket, RI office.
During her free time Sarah enjoys golf, traveling with her husband, going to concerts (Kenny Chesney!), and sporting events, as well as spending time with family and friends.