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Hannah received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Washington University in St. Louis. Previously, she received her Bachelor of Science in Biology as well as her Bachelor of Science in Nutritional Sciences. Her continuing education coursework has focused on advanced manual therapy, pain management, vestibular rehabilitation, and treating runners. She is certified in Astym(r) treatment, which regenerates healthy soft tissues, and eliminates or reduces unwanted scar tissue that may be causing pain and movement restrictions. Hannah enjoys working with patients of all ages with a variety of conditions. She especially enjoys helping her patients return to an active lifestyle including both recreational and competitive sports. She uses a combination of exercise, manual techniques, and education to customize a unique treatment plan to best fit each client. Outside of work, Hannah enjoys running, hiking, skiing, group fitness classes, and spending time with her husband and dog.
Special Interests – Foot/ankle and knee injuries, post-operative care, manual treatment, acute low back pain, athletic and overuse injuries, running injuries, and postural dysfunction.