Maggie Turek obtained her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut in May 2020. While in graduate school, Maggie completed her clinical rotations with a variety of different patient populations, including working at a facility that specializes in training and providing rehab to athletes preparing for the 2020 NFL Combine, as well as professional football, baseball and basketball players.
Prior to pursuing her degree in Physical Therapy, Maggie graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Athletic Training from Sacred Heart University in 2017. While an undergraduate student, Maggie had the opportunity to work with various division one (D1) teams at Sacred Heart University including Women’s soccer, baseball, field hockey, track and field. She also spent a year working alongside the Head Athletic Trainer at a local Connecticut high school. She then became a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC), working for various youth and high school sports during her physical therapy education.
Maggie is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association and the National Athletic Training Association. She enjoys treating all types of orthopaedic conditions and has a special interest in sports rehabilitation. She works to further her profession by attending continuing education courses focusing on different manual therapies and managing various orthopaedic conditions.
Maggie grew up in East Brunswick, NJ and attended East Brunswick High School. In her free time, Maggie enjoys baking, doing yoga and spending time with her friends and family.
Maggie is excited to be part of the UOA team and enjoys helping patients reach their maximum functional potential and prevent future injuries.