Dr. Nicole Steffen is a physical therapist with over 12 years of experience. She received her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Shenandoah University in Winchester, VA. Since completing her formal education, she started her career working at Georgetown University Hospital. There she works as an outpatient orthopedic and wound care physical therapist. She had the privilege of being apart of Georgetown University Hospital’s Movement Disorder Clinic, which is considered a center of excellence for those seeking treatment for all types of movement disorders. She also was a physical therapist for the hospital’s center for wound healing. It was there she helped with the healing of complex wounds that are associated with different underlying pathologies. She has also worked at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center-Bethesda as the physical therapist within their Limb Salvage Center. The center had a primary focus on individuals returning from war zones. Dr. Steffen moved to Fort Belvoir Community Hospital as a physical therapist for the National Intrepid Center of Excellence. The center treated military service members who returned from war zones with mild to moderate Traumatic Brain Injuries. Here she was able to treat those with orthopedic injuries, vestibular dysfunctions, and balance problems. Dr. Steffen has had the pleasure of treating patients across the age spectrum from young athletes both recreational and collegiate to the elderly population. Dr. Steffen moved to FL in June 2019 with her husband and 2 children.