Stephanie Leslie, PT,  MSPT

Stephanie received a BS in Health Studies and an MS in Physical Therapy from Boston University’s Sargent College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences.  She began practicing physical therapy in 2000 and has worked in both outpatient and school settings, specializing in pediatrics, neurology, aquatics, and general orthopedics.  Stephanie utilizes neurodevelopmental techniques, manual therapy, and exercise to successfully treat a variety of diagnoses; she incorporates principles of Pilates and core activation into her treatment plans to address her whole client and to help each client to achieve their individual goals.

Stephanie has published articles in both the Journal of the National Association of Orthopedic Technologists and Rehab magazine.  She was a guest lecturer at Rivier College.  She has a special interest in dance related injuries and rehab, being a former dancer herself.  In addition to presenting several educational seminars in the area of dance injury rehab and prevention, she is a member of the International Association for Dance Medicine and Science (IADMS).  She is also an American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Certified Clinical Instructor as well as a Survivorship Training and Rehab (STAR) certified clinician enabling her to effectively evaluate and treat clients with active or a history of cancer, based on the latest research.

A native New Englander, she began her career in Southern NH at the very hospital in which she was born.  In 2017 she, along with her husband and three children relocated to Roswell, GA.  She is a parishioner of St. Peter Chanel, a member of her HOA’s Board of Directors, and active in her children’s school and extra-curricular activities.  She enjoys spending time outdoors and embarking on exciting travel adventures.