He serves as an advisor to the Marist College Rowing Team, and teaches a weekly mobility class at Locomotive Crossfit in Beacon NY. Justin was a 2017 Dutchess County Regional Chamber of Commerce 40 Under 40 Honoree, he was the past President and Treasurer of the Hudson River Rowing Association, and is the current Vice President of the Mid-Hudson Road Runners’ Club.
In his free time, Justin volunteers as a member of the Mount Snow Ski Patrol in West Dover, Vermont, and enjoys golf, running and triathlons. He has competed in many marathons and middle distance triathlons.
John believes in a focused and hands-on approach to providing care and embraces Feldman Physical Therapy and Performance’s one-on-one treatment approach. John believes in thorough examinations and Functional Movement Screenings to help identify injuries and potential risk factors. He is also a big proponent of patient education to facilitate patients’ healing processes and help them stay injury free.
John is certified in active release technique for upper and lower extremities and for rock tape kinesiology taping. These are two strong tools he feels are valuable in helping treat pain and impairments. John is an avid soccer player, coach, and triathlete.
Prior to grad school, he coached the Lourdes boys’ varsity soccer team and now coaches a U-23 men’s soccer team during summers when players are home from college. He completed his first Ironman triathlon in Florida in 2013 and continues to train for upcoming competitions. He has a passion for endurance events and loves to help athletes of all ages return to their passion.
During her time as a physical therapist, Ashley has learned to recognize the importance of modernized one-on-one physical therapy care. She feels confident the atmosphere at Feldman Physical Therapy and Performance will allow her to address the specific needs of her client by providing time to properly evaluate and create individualized treatment plans.
With a profound interest in many areas of physical therapy, Ashley has experience treating people from high level athletes, to individuals with acute and chronic neurological conditions, orthopedic trauma, and post-operative and generalized orthopedic injuries. She has worked closely with professional race car drivers and individuals involved in equestrianism. She has also worked closely with post-partum women who want to return to high level athletics as well as women status post mastectomy and reconstructive surgeries. Ashley works extremely hard to implement the most up-to-date treatment methods in her practice and provide her patients with the necessary knowledge to improve health and healing.
Outside of the office, Ashley can be found venturing to auto racing tracks around the country, hiking, cooking, or in your local coffee shop. She loves spending time outside, especially with her two dogs Kona & Mickey.
Kristine went on to study nutrition at Rochester Institute of Technology. She didn’t just want to help heal people, but really FEED people. She found diet culture to be very contradictory to everything she was learning in her studies. Knowing that eating is a very social and emotional activity, she wanted to show people the joy that a well balanced diet of your favorite foods could bring!
At college she ran on the cross country and track team. She made her teammates fill out food logs and meet with her and her professors to discuss their nutrition goals and habits. She worked at the university gym as a nutrition counselor, meeting with students and athletes to provide education and guidance with their meal plans on campus. She changed the culture on the women’s running team from “thin=fast” to having a designated locker just to fill with healthy snacks for before/practice.
Upon finishing college and the dietetic internship, she began working in hospitals. She enjoys educating patients and staff on the importance of nutrition and even more importantly, feeding and nourishing the sick!
Kristine still enjoys running and fitness as a part of her daily routine. She is currently training for the Boston Marathon and has to remember every day… eating is training too!
You’ll see her hanging out at our offices from time to time where she likes to stay abreast of all things physical therapy. She’s serious about making sure her body function like a fine-tuned Ferrari and knows that Feldman Physical Therapy and Performance holds all the secrets.
Look for her on the podium at the next Dog Olympics!