Nancy Alexander, PT, CSCS
Nancy Alexander, PT, CSCS has over 24 years of experience providing physical therapy and customized training solutions to patients in a variety of settings including home care, outpatient clinics and hospital-based settings. Nancy's focus is to help adults feel better, move better, and live better. Nancy is relocating to Hillsborough County, Florida, in October 2019 and is eager to help those in her new community to live better.
Nancy is a licensed physical therapist in the following states:
- Florida # PT34653
- New York # 015225
She also holds many certifications including:
- Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) with the National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA).
- Certified Senior Fitness Specialist through the American Council on Exercise (ACE).
- Licensed Buff Bones® Instructor
- LSVT BIG® Certified Clinician and BIG for LIFE® Certified Group Leader
Much of Nancy's experience lies in orthopedic care, fall prevention, balance training, and strategic core strengthening. Nancy uses manual techniques and modalities as needed to improve flexibility and reduce pain.
Nancy frequently treats patients with varied diagnoses including but not limited to:
- Spine-related conditions such as degenerative disc disease, stenosis, spondylolisthesis and more.
- Orthopedic conditions and injuries
- Post-surgical conditions including total joint replacements and arthroscopies
- Neurological conditions including Parkinson's Disease
"I want you to know how much I appreciate all your special effort, follow-up and coordination to realize my dream. Thank you. You are a great therapist." --- JB
In addition to her clinical experience, Nancy is a published author and speaker. As founder of Aging Well Now LLC, Nancy has over 10 years of experience as a speaker and frequently provides lectures, classes and workshops to adults on topics related to health and aging well. "I want our next years to be our best years," says Nancy.
She recently published her memoir, "An Unlikely Gift: Finding Inspiration Caring for My Father with Dementia." With this book, she hopes to inspire other caregivers to appreciate the road they are on and to welcome the gift that awaits. "We are not alone," says Nancy. "By sharing we can learn and grow."
Nancy is working on her second book now and the message is also very meaningful to her. All she'll say now is that, "Mobility is key to our quality of life as we age."
"My path now is to use my skills, my experience and my time to help others take control of their health and live their best life," says Nancy. "It's about achieving more - never settling, never giving up."
Nancy Alexander, PT, CSCS graduated cum laude from the University of Buffalo with her physical therapy degree. She also holds a BA degree in English/Writing Arts from SUNY College at Oswego. Nancy enjoys sports including ice hockey, skiing, biking and golf. "My goal is to live well, too," she says. "Let's do this together."
"Really enjoyed the class. Your knowledge and enthusiasm were A+."
- Recent class participant
Physical therapy... group instruction... community educator. How can I help you?
Please call Nancy at 585 406-0526 for more information.