Dr. Steven Conroy


Dr. Conroy is the mind behind the Boost Performance and Longevity Center. The Center represents the culmination of almost two decades of experience in medicine, and is motivated by his conviction that the best treatments are preventative, integrative, and early. He is a board-certified Emergency Medicine Physician and has spent the last fifteen years working in emergency departments at leading hospitals across Pennsylvania and Texas. While there, he became deeply familiar with the high physical, mental, and emotional costs of intense, acute care, from strokes to heart attacks, infections, and traumas. Driven by those experiences, he has pursued advanced training in functional and integrative medicine, both of which are foundational to his current approach.

In parallel to his career as a physician, Dr. Conroy is dedicated to other aspects of human health: exercise, competition, and physical performance. He believes physicians should lead by example, demonstrating the principles they use to guide their recommendations and advice. He is an avid endurance athlete, and enjoys a steady course of half marathons, triathlons, and off-road races. In addition, he has completed eleven 70.3 IRONMAN races and four full ones, including the World Championships in Nice, France and Kona, Hawai’i. Those experiences have given him insight into the perspective, choices, attitudes, and behaviors that lead to peak performance and exceptional physical health.

When he is not working, Dr. Conroy enjoys spending time with his beautiful wife Mindy and their three wonderful children.

Maggi Finley

Practice Manager and Nutritional Coach

Maggi is our practice manager and nutritional coach, who has led a life dedicated to health and exercise for over 30 years. She first became interested in nutrition and how it affects overall health and performance when she began running in high school. While in undergrad, she maintained her athletic activities, playing softball and running cross-country. She continued to explore and observe how nutrition influenced her recovery, performance, and injury prevention.

Maggi obtained her undergraduate degree in Psychology and followed with a degree in Occupational Therapy. She has worked for the past 26 years as a pediatric OT and has continued her ongoing education in health and nutrition. She is a certified Precision Nutrition coach and an accomplished endurance athlete.

Following college, Maggi continued her dedication to sport and health. She has coached middle school cross country, and adults in both running and triathlon. Maggi has competed in multiple marathons and triathlons. Her dedication to nutrition, health and wellness has led to her qualification and completion of the Boston Marathon, 70.3 IRONMAN World Championship, as well as the Hawai’i IRONMAN World Championship.

Maggi is married to her college sweetheart, Dustin, and is mom to three wonderful daughters.