Dr. Kramer has been practicing physical therapy for over 22 years with adults and children with neurological and developmental disabilities. After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania with a BA in communications and working as a copywriter for a scientific publisher in NYC, she made a decision to leave her desk job and pursue her interest in human movement and physical therapy. She attended Sargent College of Boston University, graduating with distinction in 1992 with an MS in physical therapy. Dr. Kramer has worked in a variety of settings including Hospital for Sick Children, Washington DC, Early Intervention in Fairfax VA, and home health. In 2013, she completed her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Texas Medical Branch. Dr. Kramer has advanced training in myofascial release, soft tissue mobilization, kinesio taping, NDT, postural alignment, neurological rehabilitation, and aquatic therapy. Dr. Kramer and her daughter were clients for many years at Elements until she trained to become a certified GYROTONIC® instructor and join the Elements team to share her love of Gyrotonic® exercise and physical therapy. Over the years, Dr. Kramer has volunteered her physical therapy services at a hippotherapy stable (Lift Me Up, Great Falls, VA), therapeutic aquatic classes (Fairfax County Department of Recreation, VA), and at Don Jose de San Martin, a school for children with disabilities in Cusco Peru. Currently, she and her therapy dog, Buckley, bring companionship and love to seniors in nursing homes in Virginia. In her free time, Dr Kramer is a competitive adult ice dancer. She also enjoys taking classes in ballroom dancing, Zumba, and ballet, and traveling with her husband and two children.