Alyssa Pillco holds a Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from the Richard Stockton College of NJ that she received in 2011. She also holds a Masters degree in Physical Therapy after graduating from Stockton College in 2007 and a Bachelors Degree in Psychology that she received from Rutgers University in 2003.
Alyssa’s professional focus has been in outpatient orthopedic care but also consists of inpatient hospital rehabilitation and sub acute neurological rehabilitation. Alyssa has conducted and presented research on the treatment of Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo and has also lectured on this topic at the Richard Stockton College of NJ. Her other areas of interest include geriatrics, women’s health, vestibular rehab and post-op rehab. As a physical therapist, Alyssa believes in utilizing manual manipulation, joint mobilization, PNF and soft tissue work as well as striving to create a comfortable yet dynamic atmosphere to help with the recovery of her patients. The following are some of the continuing education courses that Alyssa has taken:
- Examination & Treatment of Mechanical Disorders of the Lumbar Spine & SI Joints
- ACL Injury and Prevention: An Evidence-Based Model for Clinical Practice