December 31, 2021
Stephanie Allen PT, DPT, OCS
Steph has been a practicing physical therapist since 2014 and has been at Boston Physical Therapy & Wellness for the past 4 years.
She specializes in and absolutely loves ACL rehab in all its shapes and forms and has recently started her own virtual coaching business, ACLResolve, specifically for individuals who are navigating this injury.
Steph is also the co-founder of CALU, a mentorship and continuing education platform for students and new graduates within the musculoskeletal rehab realm. Steph is passionate about continued learning and demands a higher standard of care in the musculoskeletal rehab industry.
So you know she's legit:
Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Field Of StudyPhysical Therapy/Therapist
2007 – 2013
Doctor of Physical Therapy Field Of StudyPhysical Therapy
2007 – 2013
Licenses & certifications
Certified Functional Strength Coach (CFSC)
Issuing authority Mike Boyle Strength & Conditioning
License Issued 2018
American Physical Therapy Association
Orthopedic Certified Specialist
Issuing authority American Physical Therapy Association
license Issued Jun 2015
American Red Cross
CPR & AED
American Red Cross
license Issued Jan 2013 Expired Jan 2015
December 17, 2021
Kate Bennett, PsyD
Kate Bennett, PsyD, founded Athlete Insight, PC with one goal in mind: To serve the psychological needs of athletes. Dr. Bennett combines her experiences as an athlete, coach, and psychologist to bring a unique perspective to her practice. Blending the culture and demands of sport with her psychological expertise, Dr. Bennett designed Athlete Insight to meet the clinical and performance needs of all athletes.
Dr. Bennett approaches therapy with an empowerment-based model. She believes that individuals are hardwired to thrive; however, Dr. Bennett also recognizes that obstacles interfere with satisfaction and success at times. She utilizes athletes' natural strengths to support them in achieving personal goals, facilitating new insights and skill-building throughout the process. Dr. Bennett strives to empower athletes to thrive in life and sport.
The end result:
Confidence - Excellence - Happiness - Health - Resiliency - Success - Values-based Action
Dr. Bennett is the author of
December 3, 2021
Hillary Allen was ranked #1 in the world sky running series when she fell 150 feet off a mountain ridge.
Hillary’s career as an endurance athlete has not been straightforward. Through injury, setbacks, and unexpected challenges, Hillary’s had to re-think what she considers impossible. Early in her career, Hillary earned the nickname “Hillygoat” when she proved her ability to run fast on steep, technical mountain terrain – a style of running known as Skyrunning.
Since then, she has raced all over the world, racking up wins and course records, establishing herself as one of the best mountain ultra runners in the world. In 2017 she had a life-threatening accident, where she fell 150 feet off of a ridge-line during a Skyrace in Tromsø, Norway. She was told she would never run again.
After several years of rehab and recovery, Hillary made a full recovery and returned to elite-level racing, racing some of her longest and most challenging events post-accident. She maintains the belief that ‘your best athletic days are ahead of you if you’re willing to work hard for what you love.’
Hillary also studies and teaches science, using her master's degree in neuroscience and physiology, and structural biology. She is also a trail running coach and a gravel cyclist.
So you know she's Legit:
UC Denver School of Medicine
2011 – 2016
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) Field Of Study
2006 – 2010