Tori graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Fisheries Biology in 1999. She returned to her native Vermont and briefly worked in the environmental field prior to obtaining her Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Vermont in 2008. Tori has worked locally for the past 5 years in an outpatient orthopedic clinic caring for all ages of patients with diverse fitness levels and diagnoses. She enjoys treating sports injuries, post-surgical patients, neurological patients, posture and gait disorders and offers custom orthotic fabrication to assist in correcting biomechanical dysfunction. Her belief that patients can learn more about their individual condition through a hands on therapy approach led her to begin her manual therapy certification. She has found trigger point and myofascial release therapy very helpful as an adjunct to traditional therapeutic exercises for patients.
Tori is an avid swimmer who enjoys assisting patients who have experienced injuries or need stroke refinement safely return to the pool or open water. She takes a special interest in ensuring that people of all ages embrace an active lifestyle for lifelong health and happiness.
Tori lives in Jericho with her husband and two year old daughter. She enjoys swimming, alpine and Nordic skiing, running with her dog and spending time outside in the natural beauty of Vermont.