Alicia Ferriere
Physical Therapist

Alicia completed her undergraduate education at the University of Delaware and received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Columbia University. She has been with Finish Line PT since 2015. She is certified by the Postural Restoration Institute, which seeks to understand the primary contributors of postural kinetic and kinematic movement dysfunction. She is recognized as a Fellow of Applied Functional Science (FAFS) through the internationally acclaimed Gray Institute.

Alicia has undergone certifications in Women’s Health, expanding her knowledge and experience to include pelvic floor health as well as prenatal and postpartum care.

The youngest of four with three older brothers, Alicia was a ballet dancer throughout high school. Her interest in becoming a physical therapist stemmed from her own injuries while dancing. “I really liked the idea of treating people without medication or surgery, and the opportunity to build relationships with people appealed to me.” In college, she taught yoga and was a part of a modern dance company at Delaware.

Since joining the clinic Alicia crossed the finish line of three half-marathons, and has been featured in multiple fitness magazines such as Dance Magazine and the Daily Burn.

Professional Certifications

  • Fellow of Applied Functional Science from the Gray Institute
  • Postural Restoration Institute Coursework: Myokinematic Restoration, Pelvis Restoration, Postural Respiration, Cervical Revolution and Impingement and Instability, Advances Integration and Fitness Integration
  • Functional Soft Tissue Transformation Certified
  • Pelvic Floor Coursework: Herman and Wallace Pelvic Floor 1A and Female Chain Reaction under the Grey Institute

The Skinny

  • Hometown: Sandyston, NJ
  • College: University of Delaware
  • My team: New York Giants
  • Favorite music to listen to at work: 90s Hip Hop
  • Best way to stay active: I like to stay active in a variety of ways, from running to yoga, spinning to ballet. Strength training is definitely an important part of my routine!
  • How to pronounce her last name: Fairy-air

What I Like:

  • About working at FLPT: I love the atmosphere and feel at home when walking in the door. The drive to learn and become a better therapist is contagious. It’s inspiring to work with people who truly love what they do.
  • About FLPT patients: Motivation! It’s easy to help patients who are passionate about their health and motivated to get better.
  • About running/sports: Being active has been the best de-stressor during tough times and has been something I rely on regularly. I love that running allows me to get outside, explore new areas and help me tune in to myself.