Originally from Delaware, Mallory completed her undergraduate degree in Biomechanics and Motor Control at the University of Delaware in 2014. While an undergraduate student she studied abroad in Italy, analyzing accessibility for those with mobility impairments. This helped her obtain a minor in Disabilities Studies.
Mallory then received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of the Sciences in 2017. As part of her graduate studies, Mallory completed a clinical rotation in the neurologic and trauma intensive care units at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center. This experience heightened her interest providing services to those recovering from traumatic injuries and orthopedic surgeries. She also conducted a research study investigating the effects of an exercise program on strength, balance, and mobility in the older adult population. The study was published by the Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation open access journal.
Mallory is currently a licensed Physical Therapist in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey. She enjoys working with patients of all ages and advocating for a healthy lifestyle.
She enjoys spending time with friends, biking, hiking, and generally staying active.Back to Staff