Tracey has over 17 years of clinical experience in outpatient private practices in New York City and has extensive experience treating and preventing chronic pain. She has a deep interest in the relationship between altered posturo-movement and pain and related disorders. Her practice emphasizes the mind/body connection and how thoughts and beliefs can influence body tension affecting movement. She believes in an integrated approach to treating pain considering body, mind and spirit and has dedicated her 17 years of clinical practice experience as a physiotherapist to discovering the diagnostic tools that form the basis for mind, breath and movement therapy interventions.
She is passionate about sharing this knowledge and through KIMA Center for Physiotherapy and Wellness. KIMA is not just a physical therapy and wellness practice but an education center and leader in root cause medicine.
Educational Background: Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy (University of Maryland, 1998), Advanced Master’s Degree in Spinal Orthopaedic Physical Therapy (University of Queensland, 2003), post-graduate manual therapy certificates from The Institute of Physical Art, Hospital for Special Surgery, Integrated Manual Therapy Solutions, Kinetic Control, Performance Matrix, Neuro Orthopedic Institute, Diane Lee & Associates, Discover Physio Series/Integrative Systems Model, Neurodynamic Solutions, Gravity Fitness and Lorimer Moseley’s “Explain Pain” training. Tracey has also extensively pursued the study of Yoga, Tibetan Medicine, and Ayurveda. To bridge the mind-body connection through breath, she recently completed her certification in Educational Capnography.
Tracey has seen first-hand, the devastating effects of the Opioid crisis and is a huge supporter of Medical Cannabis for pain management to help veterans and patients wean off of Opioids.