Alice has worked in the field of orthopedics and sports medicine for 27 years and specializes in helping patients recover faster than with average care. She feels blessed to be able to help people live healthier, more active and more productive lives. As a lifelong sports fan, and the daughter of a Buffalo sports broadcaster, she enjoys helping both athletes and non-athletes return to the activities they enjoy.
Alice continues to learn new and better ways to help her patients feel better by advancing her multi-disciplinary education at workshops and courses taught by the world’s leading experts.
Alice (MA, PT, SCS, CFMT, ATC, TPI-MP3, TPI-JR3) received her B.S. in Physical Therapy in 1988 from Indiana University. She went on to earn her Masters degree in Health Education and Human Performance with an emphasis in Athletic Training at Michigan State University in 1990. Her vast knowledge of orthopedics and sports medicine includes stints as the Physical Therapist for the NHL’s San Jose Sharks and as an Athletic Trainer in the U.S. Olympic Committee’s Sports Medicine program.
Within a five-year span, Alice achieved two significant certifications: first, as a Clinical Specialist in Sports Physical Therapy (1999), and then as a Functional Manual Therapist through the Institute of Physical Art (2004). After an introduction to treating professional golfers by the late legendary Australian golf physio, Ramsay McMaster, Alice’s interest has grown in applying her manual therapy skills on golfers. In 2007, Alice was among the first group to be recognized by Titleist Performance Institute as a Level 3 Certified Golf Medical Professional before completing Level 3 training in TPI’s Junior program in 2013.
Alice currently works with professional golfers on the PGA Tour and Web.com Tours, and treats golfers and other athletes of all ages and skills levels.