Ann received her bachelor of science degree in physical therapy at Northeastern University in Boston in 1986 and an MBA in Healthcare Management from Western New England College in Springfield Massachusetts in 1992. She is currently studying for her transitional doctoral degree in PT once again with her alma mater, Northeastern University, making her a “Double Husky”. Having grown up on a large crop farm in Maine and being an avid athlete, she understands the toll hard work can have on both the body and mind. Ann has traveled extensively across the world and has learned to love and value different cultures and perspectives. Her ability to connect with people from all walks of life, understand how pain affects their daily lives combined with her expert knowledge level of anatomy, biomechanics and manual skills has helped patients from across the globe understand their sources of pain, guide them through a progressive treatment program in order to achieve their goals of safely returning to their desired level of activity.