Enoh received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences. She initially started with a bachelors in Kinesiology from Temple University and went on to get her Master’s degree in Exercise Physiology from Long Island University.
While in college, Enoh decided she wanted to become a physical therapist because she wanted to help people feel better without the use of medications or surgery. As a physical therapist, Enoh works hard to help her patients regain function. She is one of the few therapists in the area who are LSVT BIG certified. Enoh is passionate about working with Parkinson’s patients to help them to function safely within the limits of the debilitating effect of functional loss caused by the disease.
Enoh also applies her skills in helping patients with vestibular disorders, musculoskeletal conditions, and pelvic conditions return to the quality of life they prefer. Her goal is to become a clinical instructor to help educate future physical therapists. She is compassionate, driven and a quick learner. Enoh takes the time to listen to her patients’ concerns and complaints. She strives to find the best approach and treatment strategy that will help each of her patients achieve maximal recovery in the most cost-effective way.
Outside of the clinic, Enoh loves to travel, read, hike with her dog, and spend time with her family and friends.