M.Ed. Health Occupations/Adult and Community Education – North Carolina State University
B.S. Athletic Training – Indiana State University
After spending fifteen years as an Athletic Trainer, Strength and Conditioning Coach and Physical Educator at North Carolina State University, Angie has returned to her home state of Vermont to join the SBPT and Essex Physical Therapy Clinic. Angie worked for eight years with a variety of different collegiate athletes developing innovative strength and conditioning programs, as well as providing analysis and corrective instruction in cardiovascular fitness, speed development and plyometric training. Her specialties included baseball, volleyball and golf. Eventually, she moved into a teaching position in the Health and Exercise Studies Department at NC State where she has taught for six years. There she instructed a variety of fitness, activity, and lecture courses. Angie brings to the clinic a vast amount of experience working with young adults and athletes. She also has great knowledge regarding geriatric populations through her involvement as an instructor in the Adult Fitness program at NC State.
-Myokinematic Restoration-Postural Restoration Institute
-Postural Respiration-Postural Restoration Institute
-Integration-Postural Restoration Institute
Hobbies and Interests
Angie enjoys many outdoor activities including hiking, biking, running, swimming, skiing and snowboarding. She is proud to say that she has completed a half ironman in her lifetime! Angie enjoys spending time with her family and friends and is excited about her return to Vermont.