Middletown Medical, the Hudson Valley’s premier provider of healthcare services, has announced its acquisition of a new physical therapist, Ashlee Geier, DPT. Geier will use her expertise to actively evaluate and assess patients, and then develop and implement unique treatment plans.
Geier earned her Bachelor of Arts from New York University before receiving her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Widener University’s Institute of Physical Therapy Education. In recognition of her participation in community service, she was also inducted into the Physical Therapy Pro Bono National Honor Society.
Geier acquired her clinical experience at Hackensack University Medical Center’s Joseph M. Sanzari Children’s Hospital (pediatric outpatient, oncology, ICU, neonatal ICU) in Hackensack, N.J., the Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation (neurological outpatient) in West Orange, N.J., and St. Joseph’s Wayne Hospital (acute inpatient/outpatient orthopedics) in Wayne, N.J.
“Physical Therapy encompasses so many unique individual patient concerns. We are eager to add another experienced and capable professional to our team,” said Melissa Wolff, the medical group’s Marketing Director and Physician Recruiter. “I’m certain Ashlee will be a reward to Middletown Medical’s team and its patients.”
Prior to her position with Middletown Medical, Geier worked as a physical therapist aide, specializing in neck and back rehabilitation and orthopedic-related injuries at Penn Therapy Associates. Additionally, she worked as a physical therapist at Montgomery Nursing Home, where she provided care to its geriatric population.