Dr. Abby Noh began her academic career at Occidental College, receiving her Bachelor of Arts in Kinesiology in 2016. She then took a year off of school to gain experience as an exercise technician for Glendale Adventist Therapy and Wellness Center. Dr. Noh resumed her education to earn her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Southern California in May of 2020. During her time at USC, Dr. Noh gained experience in clinical internships with focuses in outpatient orthopedics, sports medicine, and neurology.
Dr. Noh has always loved animals of all kinds and grew up with two cats named Button and Max and a dog named Frita, all rescued from a local shelter. She also spent quite a bit of time through high school volunteering at local animal shelters in New York, where she lived for eight years prior to coming to California for college. Dr. Noh finds that when working with her canine patients, not only does she feel that she’s providing therapeutic care to them, but receives therapeutic benefits as well. In addition to BARC, Dr. Noh also works in pediatrics with a focus on Early Intervention (ages 0 – 3 years old) and management of developmental delays. She has begun working towards a CCRP certification with the University of Tennessee and hoping to have it completed in 2021.
In her free time, Abby loves to crochet, read, bake, exercise, go hiking and explore the outdoors.