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Analytics for Athletes Team

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Owner

Knowledgeable. Attentive. Trailblazing. The first three words come to mind when someone is asked to describe Dr. Andrea Davis.

What began as a result of playing competitive field hockey, basketball and softball in high school and NCAA Division III in college has become a decades-long commitment to helping others. This drive has brought Dr. Davis to where she is today – a business owner, mentor, advocate and friend to patients young and old who like her needed to seek physical therapy in order to live life to its fullest. READ MORE

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Owner

Dr. Antoinette M. Shields joined Davis Physical Therapy & Sports Rehab in January 2019 and quickly took on the lead therapist role, overseeing and mentoring the practice aides while managing her own patient caseload. As the practice grew, so did Dr. Shields’ responsibilities, and her years of military training at West Point made it easy to take on more and provide a unique outlook in her role. Taking on the position of Director of Clinical Operations in April 2021, she shoulders the comprehensive responsibilities of staff scheduling, daily operational supervision, and the creation and evaluation of treatment plans. Her utmost commitment is to ensure high-quality care for outpatient and acute rehabilitation patients. READ MORE

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Erica Marchlowitz

Analytics for Athletes Director & Social Media Coordinator

Erica Marchlowitz began working at Davis PTSR as an aide for her senior semester internship while studying at Rowan University. Since graduation, she has put her passion and degree in Exercise Science to work full-time, becoming more involved with analytics development and social media content.  As a supervisor for the analytics department, Erica oversees the baseline and routine testing for DorsaVi Athletic Movement Index, Quickboard agility and Proteus performance. Simultaneously she uses the power of social media to share Team Davis’ knowledge and educate both patients and others. READ MORE

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