Dr. Rahlin received her BA degree in Physical Education and a Physical Therapist Certificate from the State Central Institute of Physical Culture in Moscow, Russia. After her immigration to the United States, she received a BS degree in physical therapy and subsequently an advanced MS degree in physical therapy, both from FUHS/CMS. Her post-professional Doctor of Health Science degree is from the University of Indianapolis, Indianapolis, IN. Dr. Rahlin is a Board Certified Pediatric Specialist through the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties and a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, Section on Pediatrics and Education Section. She has attended numerous continuing education conferences and has presented posters at State and National APTA meetings. Dr. Rahlin has practiced pediatric physical therapy in a variety of settings. Currently, she maintains a private pediatric home health practice in Early Intervention. Dr. Rahlin has several publications in the area of pediatric physical therapy. Her research emphasis is on assessment of therapy-related behavior and efficacy of Perception-Action Approach to intervention for children with movement disorders.