Diana graduated from Rutgers University with a Bachelor of Science in 2011 and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2014. She decided to pursue a career in this field after years of dance and her own experience as a patient in physical therapy for various injuries. Diana joined Specialized Physical Therapy 2 years ago after an initial successful 3 years in the field, looking to further her career in PT.
Diana’s initial primary focus has been in the diagnosis and treatment of orthopedic and neurological conditions. She has decided to further her career by studying another passion of hers: women’s health. She wants to address the needs of a medically underserved and often misdiagnosed population in our community. Diana is enthusiastic about addressing the role of physical therapy in women’s health and pelvic floor dysfunctions. She also understands the compassion and patience needed in providing a safe and comfortable setting to help women reach their goals.
Diana has studied with Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute to treat women with pelvic floor dysfunction and will continue to advance her knowledge and mastery of Pelvic Floor and Women’s Health through further coursework. She is also a member of APTA’s Section on Women’s Health.