My goal is to educate health professionals and the general public about the impact of orthopedic, neurologic, and developmental conditions that impact everyday function.
Aubrey Bailey is a physical therapist and professor of anatomy and physiology with over a decade of experience providing in-person and online education for medical personnel and the general public, specializing in orthopedic injury, neurologic diseases, developmental disorders, and healthy living. She has provided direct-care rehabilitation services to patients across the lifespan for over 20 years. Dr. Bailey is also board-certified in treating traumatic hand injuries and currently provides in-patient physical therapy for children and adolescents with brain injury, chronic illness, or neurobehavioral issues.
Aubrey received her B.A. in Psychology and B.S. in Physical Therapy from the University at Buffalo. She completed her Post-Professional Doctor of Physical Therapy at Utica College. She is also a Certified Hand Therapist specializing in the rehabilitation of traumatic hand injuries.
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