Emily has a special interest in treating musculoskeletal and orthopedic injuries, sports rehabilitation, and chronic pain conditions. She joins the South Burlington Physical Therapy teams from the Upper Valley in NH, where she has gained 3 years of clinical experience at an outpatient private practice, working with individuals of all ages and a wide variety of clinical diagnoses. She recently completed her post-doctoral Orthopedic Residency at Arcadia University in 2018, and she is a board-certified orthopedic specialist (OCS) by the Board of American Physical Therapy Specialties. In addition to her physical therapy training, Emily also has a background in strength and conditioning.
While at UVM as an undergraduate, Emily was a four-year member of the UVM Varsity Women’s Soccer team and experienced firsthand the benefits of physical therapy following an ACL injury. Her experience in physical therapy, passion for athletics, and interest in strength/performance training inspired her to pursue her interest in rehabilitation science. She enjoys utilizing an evidence-based treatment approach and a combination of manual therapy and exercise to help her patients reach their goals.
Post-Doctoral Orthopedic Residency, Arcadia University, 2018
Doctorate in Physical Therapy, University of Vermont, 2016
B.S. in Biological Integrated Science, University of Vermont, 2012
-Advanced Manual Therapy Treatment for the Cervical and Lumbar Spine and the Sacro-Iliac Joint (2019)
-Myokinematic Restoration, Postural Restoration (2019)
-Essential Elements of Running, Association of Clinical Excellence (2019)
-Combined Sections Meeting (2016, 2019)
-The Biopsychosocial Management of Complex Low Back Pain, Keele University (2018)
-Rock Blades (Instrument Associated Soft Tissue Mobilization) (2017)
-State of the Art Evidence for Diagnosis and Treatment of Intra-Articular Pathology of the Hip (2016)
-Core First Strategies, Institute of Physical Art (2015)
-Functional Mobilization I, Institute of Physical Art (2015)
In her free time, Emily enjoys running, hiking, traveling, playing with her dog, dabbling in photography, coaching soccer and spending time with family and friends.
Milbank, EM, Peterson, DD, Henry, SM. The reliability and predictive ability of the Movement Competency Screen in a military cohort. The Sport Journal. 2016(20).
Research Assistant for the Clinical Practice Guidelines on Shoulder Instability. Examination Section in collaboration with Angela Tate PT, PhD and Lori Michener PT. ATC. PhD, SCS