PT, CFMM, OMPT, Astym Certified
Lisa works with world-class athletes, professional sport teams, coaches, medical experts and fitness specialists around the world to help prevent injuries, decrease recovery time, optimize healing, and elevate performance. Lisa served as the Director of Sport Sciences & Medicine for the WTA Tour (professional women’s tennis tour), covering national and international tennis events, including the Australian Open, Wimbledon, French Open, and U.S. Open. During the 2004 Olympics in Athens Greece, Lisa served as the Primary Health Care Provider for the International Tennis Federation. Lisa continues to provide her unique standard of care to athletes and officials on the ATP/WTA Tour, AVP Beach Volleyball Tour, the LPGA/PGA, English Premier Soccer League, and Major and Minor League Baseball.
Lisa lectures nationally and internationally, and has been an Adjunct Clinical Professor at Michigan State University, College of Osteopathic Medicine, since 1998. Additionally, she is the Co-Chair and Co-Developer for the Certification in Functional Manual Medicine at MSU, College of Osteopathic Medicine. She has been an assistant Instructor for Functional Movement Systems since 2010; and is a published author of several books on aquatic rehabilitation, as well as a published co-author in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.
Lisa is founder and co-owner of Rehab Links, a unique exercise software for medical, health and fitness professionals. She brings much of her expertise to the community, and was nominated as a finalist for the Iconic Women of St Petersburg, named Entrepreneur of the Year in 2014, and received the Outstanding Volunteer Organization of the Year, award by the City of St. Petersburg in 2017.