Grace Forrester, DPT
Dr. Grace Forrester earned her Physical Therapy degree from New York University. She finished her Doctorate PT degree at Boston University. In New York, she treats patients of all ages for neuromuscular, traumatic and repetitive musculoskeletal injuries. She has developed a program to enhance strength and life skills of pulmonary patients. She has also taught clinical Physical Therapy classes for Ithaca College. She has developed and implemented workshops for NY industries called "Promoting a Healthy Back". Dr. Forrester taught educational programs to improve transportation and therapeutic positioning of disabled children in Port Au Prince, Haiti. She serves on the Board of Education, as Curriculum Chair, for Kinesio Therapy Association (KTA), teaching in Russian, the UK, France and Italy. She is a board member of Hope Unities, an "international ecumenical organization specializing in humanitarian aid and disaster relief" Dr. Forrester lives in Cortland, NY with her husband and 4 children.
Shari Wilkins, MSPT
Shari Gaal earned her Master's degree in Physical Therapy from Ithaca College in 2001. Shari has spent the first 8 years of her career as a traveling physical therapist. She has worked in 8 different states in a variety of healthcare settings. This included treating people with a variety of diagnoses such as amputations, neurological and balance disorders, post surgical athletes and adults among others. Over the years, she has also developed weightlifting programs for college, as well as professional baseball players to improve their performance on the field as well as for injury prevention. Currently she resides in Camillus with her husband and 2 dogs.
Donna Albert, MS, DPT
Dr. Donna Albert received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from SUNY Upstate Medical University in 2012. Her education provided her with clinical experiences in several settings, including acute care, rehabilitation and sports outpatient. Prior to attending Upstate Medical University, Donna earned a Master of Science in Exercise Physiology from Boston University in 1996. Since this time, she has been certified as a Health Fitness Specialist from the American College of Sports Medicine and has been involved in the Fitness and Wellness field as an Adjunct teacher for the University of Massachusetts, and as an Exercise Physiologist and Personal trainer in several health industries in the Boston and Syracuse areas. Donna lives in the Westvale area with her Husband and four children.