Marisa joined the practice in 2012. Originally from Toledo, Ohio, she graduated from Miami University with a degree in Exercise Science and earned her Master’s Degree in Healthcare Administration. A past dancer and athlete, Marisa understands the impact of sports injuries. She is thrilled to be part of a practice that can offer non-surgical solutions to pain.
Joining the practice in 2012, Kacey has always had an interest in the medical field. Kacey graduated from West Virginia University with a degree in Exercise Physiology. Kacey enjoys playing with her two dogs, Italian food and making juice using organic vegetables grown in her own garden.
Christine is a Northern Virginia native who recently joined StemCell ARTS in 2014. She graduated from George Mason University with a degree in Health Administration and Policy. In her free time, Christine enjoys Zumba, reading, hamburgers, and ice cream.
Kylie joined the practice in 2016. She is originally from California and graduated from the University of California Santa Barbara with a degree in Biological Sciences. Kylie has had personal experience with sports-related injuries from many years of playing soccer. In her free time, Kylie enjoys exercising outdoors, flying airplanes, and traveling globally.
Danielle joined the practice in 2016. She is originally from San Antonio, TX. Danielle graduated from Penn State, where she played Rugby, with a degree in Kinesiology. Her interest in the medical field stemmed from her love for sports while dealing with several injuries. She loves to travel and eat Italian food. She also likes to watch college football on the weekends with her family.
Samantha joined the practice in 2016. She graduated from the University of Tennessee in 2015, studying Biochemistry and Environmental Sociology. Samantha is currently enrolled in a Masters of Public Health program. In her free time, Samantha enjoys aviation, hiking, and barre classes.
Connie joined the practice in 2010. Her favorite part of her job is getting to know the patients and sharing their journey back to health. Connie enjoys being a part of StemCell ARTS and the opportunity to provide treatments to patients who have previously been told to live with their pain.
Jen became a part of the StemCell ARTS team in 2016, working as a medical assistant. She is a recent graduate of the University of Virginia where she earned her degree in Biology. Jen has always had an interest in medicine, and truly enjoys seeing her patients become pain-free. In her free time she enjoys playing golf, traveling, and spending time outdoors.