Ashley earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Hunter College in June 2016. Prior to earning her doctorate, Ashley graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Adelphi University. While earning her undergraduate degree, Ashley served as a volunteer EMT in her community, and was a seasonal beachfront lifeguard where she served as a Lieutenant. While earning her doctorate, Ashley participated in a research project involving persons with Multiple Sclerosis. Her research results were presented in national physical therapy conferences in both 2015 and 2017. Although Ashley loves working with persons with MS, her true passion lies with treating sports and orthopedic injuries. In March 2017, she joined the JAG PT team as an orthopedic and sports physical therapist in our Brooklyn and Queens offices in New York. In July 2019, Ashley became clinical director of our Montvale, New Jersey office. She enjoys treating patients of all ages with a variety of orthopedic and neurological diagnoses. Ashley has experience treating pediatric and adult patients in both aquatic and outpatient settings. Her passion lies with treating adolescents with sports injuries, as she suffered several athletic injuries over the years as a high school basketball player, swimmer and golfer. As a physical therapist, she enjoys being a part of each patient’s healing process. She has taken several manual therapy courses with Maitland Australian Seminars, as well as several diagnosis and therapeutic exercise related courses to expand her knowledge and improve patient outcomes. Ashley values a holistic approach to physical therapy. She enjoys educating her patients on the anatomy and pathomechanics relating to their injury, as well as facilitating a positive path to rehabilitation. Ashley enjoys running and is hoping to run the NYC marathon in 2021. She loves staying active, playing beach volleyball, relaxing on the beach, and playing with her golden retriever.
Anthony Costanzo. PT
Anthony earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Delaware in December 2020, where he learned directly from world-class researchers in ACL, Achilles, tendinopathy, and spine related rehab. Prior to earning his doctorate, he graduated magna cum laude from the University of Delaware with a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science. He also earned his Master of Science in Anatomy and Clinical Health Sciences in August 2019 while attending Physical Therapy school. While earning his doctorate, he served on his class executive board as a fundraising co-chair, helping raise funds for the Foundation for Physical Therapy Research- Marquette Challenge, which provides researchers with grants and funds to continue to advance the field of Physical Therapy. Anthony enjoys treating patients of all ages, and creates a fun and energetic atmosphere in the clinic. He has experience treating a wide variety of orthopedic, neurological, and pediatric diagnoses, including concussions, idiopathic toe-walkers, Parkinson’s, and ALS. His passion lies with treating adolescent athletes, as well as the cervical and lumbar spine. He also maintains his love for sports by being involved as a baseball coach during his free time. He loves staying active with participation in recreational sports, relaxing on the beach, and watching baseball.