Dance Wellness Staff

Jacquelynn "Hope" Davis-Coen, MS AT, PAM Team Lead

Samantha Amway, PT, DPT, OCS

Megan Bane, MS AT

Michael Jonesco, DO

Tiffany Marulli, PT, DPT


photo of Jacqeulynn Davis-CoenJacquelynn "Hope" Davis-Coen, MS AT

Hope Davis-Coen has been working as a performing arts-specific athletic trainer since 2003; she has been part of the Sports Medicine Performing Arts Medicine team since 2008 and subsequently became a team leader for the program in 2012. 
Hope was a former dancer and remains an active member of the performing arts community, serving on Ohio State's Medicine in the Arts board, vice-chair of Medicine in the Arts roundtable, advisor for the dance portion of Humanism in Medicine and is an active member of the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) and the International Association of Dance Medicine & Science (IADMS). While Hope can often be found backstage treating BalletMet company members, she is also involved in numerous outreach programs and research pertaining to the performing artist.

photo of samantha amwaySamantha Amway, PT, DPT, OCS

Samantha's background in performing arts began at very young age while performing and competing in both dance and gymnastics. Her training continued while attending Ohio University where she obtained a minor in dance performance and choreography, with emphasis on ballet and modern techniques. She gained further experience during her last clinical rotation at OSU Sports Medicine while working with the Performing Arts Medicine program and is now a part of that program. Her clinical interests include treating and preventing lower extremity orthopedic injuries, as well as promoting functional training for sport-specific rehabilitation.

photo of megan baneMegan Bane, MS AT

While Megan was completing her bachelor’s degree at The Ohio State University, she minored in dance and learned she could combine her two passions. She has extensive experience in working with performing artist patients. Prior to Ohio State Sports Medicine, Megan was the lead athletic trainer for dance and music at the Clinic for Science and Health in Artistic Performance at Ohio University where she cared for dancers, musicians, theater students and the Marching 110.

Photo of Michael JonescoMichael Jonesco, DO

Dr. Michael Jonesco is board certified in Internal Medicine. His primary interests include the diagnosis and management of all sports or activity-related injuries, including arthritis and concussion. He is a graduate of Ohio Wesleyan University and received his medical degree from the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine. From Indiana University, he secured and completed a fellowship in Sports Medicine at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation. At the Cleveland Clinic he worked with the Cleveland Browns, Indians, and Cavaliers as well as the Bedford High School and John Carroll University athletic programs. Dr. Jonesco's primary clinical responsibilities are at OSU Sports Medicine CarePoint Gahanna. He serves as the team physician for Capital University. He is trained in a wide range of traditional treatment modalities, as well as joint and soft tissue injections, concussion management and osteopathic manipulation.

photo of Tiffany MuralliTiffany Marulli, PT, DPT

Tiffany has over 20 years of performance experience in all dance forms, especially clasical ballet and modern. Tiffany has taught dancers of all skill levels and basic figure skating. As a physical therapy student, Tiffany worked in New York City treating professional dancers, including various Broadway shows and Paul Taylor Dance Company. She enjoys treating orthopedic injuries and educating her patients on the human body, including how anatomy and biomechanics contribute to their injury.