Gaelyn is an orthopedic physical therapist and co-founder of The AG Project.  She is a board certified orthopedic specialist from the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties as well as a certified strength and conditioning specialist from the National Strength and Condition Association . 

She utilizes a holistic approach to rehabilitation through manual therapy, corrective exercise, functional strength training, neuro-based exercise, breathing and movement pattern re-education. Gaelyn has certifications in SFMA (Selective Functional Movement Assessment),  FMS (Functional Movement Screen), and RockTape Functional Movement Taping (FMT).  Her training includes ART (Active Release Technique) of the lower extremity and Postural Restoration Institute methods.

Gaelyn grew up in NYC and Connecticut.  She is an avid athlete, playing volleyball, basketball and softball throughout high school.  She attended the University of Delaware where she pursued her passion for the science (and art) of the human body, majoring in Biology and Psychology with an emphasis in Neuroscience.  There, she continued to play volleyball and discovered her life long passion for running and yoga.

Upon graduating UD, she was mentored by Todd Wilkowski, founder of Performance Physical Therapy in Connecticut and decided to channel her love of physiology into PT school at New York University.  Gaelyn graduated from NYU with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2010.  She spent the next 6 years living and working in private outpatient clinics in Manhattan.  

Gaelyn has recently moved to the Southeast, where she and her husband and their rambunctious dog, Rigby, enjoy yoga, hiking, biking, running, swimming, tennis and really anything else that involves playing outside.  Gaelyn is also an animal lover, an avid reader, a foodie, and a craft beer, music and movie enthusiast.