Kristina graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy from Northeastern University in 1999. At Northeastern she participated in the Cooperative Education program which allowed her to work in a variety of physical therapy settings, such as acute care, inpatient, and outpatient clinical facilities. Her experience at Northeastern also included observation of corrective surgical procedures.
Kristina is proficient in Mulligan Joint Mobilization, and has received further specialized training in knee and shoulder research, surgical shoulder techniques, and aquatic physical therapy. Most recently, Kristina has received instruction and certification from Igor Burdenko, creator of the Burdenko Method—an effective therapy approach that progresses patients from specialized aquatic exercises to a land-based rehabilitation program.