Kerri Preston, DPT
Kerri L. Preston, PT, DPT, received her doctoral degree in physical therapy from The Sage Colleges in 2010. She has spent over 25 years working in both inpatient and outpatient settings. She has experience treating patients of all ages with a variety of medical conditions, including orthopedic, neurological and cardiopulmonary conditions. She has experience overseeing the outpatient cardiac rehabilitation program. She has expanded her focus to include the treatment of individuals experiencing long Covid symptoms and physical limitations.
She was an adjunct instructor at The Sage Colleges teaching cardiopulmonary physical therapy from 2008 to 2014. She has guest lectured on cardiac rehabilitation for the Albany Medical College physician assistant program, and has presented lectures to peers and other medical professionals on the role of physical therapy in treating wounds, arthritis, and diabetes, as well as the benefits of exercise and cardiopulmonary rehabilitation. She has given guest lectures in the community on a variety of topics including cardiac health and wellness, the benefits of exercise and massage, as well as joint anatomy and function to elementary children. Through Albany Medical College’s STEP program for Albany high school students and The Boy Scouts of America, she has hosted discussions on the benefits of a higher education and the physical therapy profession.
She joined the Albany Medical Center in 2004 and uses her diverse experience to give effective, fun, and healing care to all her patients. She delights in providing the highest quality of care for the individual incorporating the whole person, not simply the medical condition.