Rosemarie graduated from Delaware Valley College in 2007 Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s of Science in Animal Biotechnology and Conservation and a certification in Animal Assisted Activities and Therapy. During her undergraduate certification in Animal Assisted Activities and Therapy, she worked alongside Physical Therapists treating pediatric patients on horseback. This sparked her interest in Physical Therapy, and she therefore changed her career goal from Veterinarian to Physical Therapist. She continued into her physical therapy education at Rutgers-Camden, UMDNJ, and received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in May 2011.
Rosemarie has had clinical experiences in acute, sub-acute, and outpatient settings, as well as a 14-week pediatric affiliation with HollyDell School. Her areas of interest include sports medicine, joint replacement, manual therapy techniques, evidence based practice, and the neurological and orthopedic pediatric population. Rosemarie believes in patient centered practice by incorporating her patient’s personal goals into her treatment plans.