Angela Weiss, PT, received her Bachelor of Science Physical Therapy degree in 1988 at Texas Women’s University. Her first position was at RUSK Institute in NY followed by 4 years of travelling as a P.T. throughout the US to continue to gain and absorb more experience in the myriad ways of practicing Physical Therapy.
Angela received her Master’s Degree in Applied Anatomy and Physiology at Boston University’s Sargent College in 1994. She became Certified in Neurodevelopment Technique in 1995 and has attended many post graduate training classes with some of the most reputable teachers, including Stanley Paris (Joint Mobilization), Robin McKenzie, Florence Kendall, John Barnes (Myofascial Release) and the Upledger Institute’s Certified Instructors (Craniosacral Therapy).
Angela gives credit for her P.T. expertise and proficiency to the mentors with whom she has trained and to her patients who have taught her that each person is unique and needs to be treated as such. She professes that “each day is a gift for me” as she loves being able to help to increase the quality of another person’s life. With each client, she learns “something more about the art and science of being a competent Physical Therapist”.
After many years of having her own practice, Angela became an Associate at Rowe Physical Therapy where she enjoys the collaboration with other therapists and takes advantage of mentoring with Cindy Rowe. She finds that one of her favorite aspects of PT is the detective work necessary to get to the root cause of clients’ problems allowing them “to do things they had only dreamed of doing prior to treatment.”
Aside from her professional life, Angela takes much pride in her 3 children who she raises with her husband.