Samantha Raba, PT, DPT
Sam was born and raised on the east coast in New Jersey. She received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy and minor in Psychology from Quinnipiac University in 2017. Sam has clinical and professional experience treating individuals throughout the life span with varying physical needs as well as working alongside families of different backgrounds. She recognizes the uniqueness of each individual she works with and enjoys getting creative with her treatment plans. Sam developed a strong passion for pediatrics upon returning from volunteer trips in 2016 & 2017 where she collaborated with other PTs and OT students to provide therapy to children in under-resourced areas throughout Leon, Nicaragua. Before working at Milestone Sam discovered there was a huge need for pelvic floor therapy and started her professional career working in Women’s Health focusing on pelvic floor and movement dysfunction in Colorado. When she moved back to New Jersey she transitioned back to pediatrics working in the Early Intervention Program to provide physical therapy in the homes to children from birth to three. She is currently in the process of combining her passion of pediatrics and pelvic floor therapy by pursing continuing education and training in pediatric pelvic floor physical therapy. Beyond work Sam loves to be outdoors enjoying the sunshine and warm weather anyway she can whether it be running, hiking, paddle boarding, or lounging on the beach.