Where are they now?

by Exercise and Health Science Department,

Dr. Lindsay Russo graduated from Willamette University with her Bachelor of Arts in Exercise Science in 2014. Immediately after graduation she entered a doctoral program at Chapman University in physical therapy. Fast forward three years, and she is now treating her own patients at Aliso Viejo Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine clinic in Orange County California. 

“Although I was nervous beginning graduate school, I quickly found that I was more than prepared given the coursework and research exposure I received from the exercise science department, it was overall quite comparable to my graduate program.”


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