Physical Therapy Manager
Nora earned her Bachelor of Science degree in health sciences from the University of Scranton, where she later earned her Master of Physical Therapy and Doctorate of Physical Therapy degrees.
She joined the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital staff in 2008 where she worked in outpatient, inpatient, long-term care, and subacute care. She was instrumental in developing the Joint Replacement Center, working as lead physical therapist until 2011. At that time, Nora was promoted to her current position as physical therapy manager at the Center. She has helped create and manage a staff that specializes in aquatics, joint replacements, orthopedics, geriatrics, and neurological and sports injuries.
Nora’s hobbies include running, reading, competing in triathlons, relaxing at the beach, and participating in charity events like bike rides. As rugby captain in college, Nora combined her leadership abilities with her love for physical activity and sports. In the physical therapy clinic, she continues to combine those qualities with passion, caring, and knowledge. The success of Nora’s patients at reaching their goals is indicative of Nora’s hard work and dedication.