address 7023 Little River Turnpike Ste 400
Annandale, Virginia 22003
United States of America
CS Instructor Status N/A
Introductory Courses Periosteal Dysfunction (MS2), Foundations of Fascial Counterstrain (F1), Lymphatic Venous Combined (2014), Visceral (VS), Neural Upper Quadrant (N1), Arterial Dysfunction (AR), Neural Lower Quadrant (N2), Myochains and Spinal Ligs (MS1), Cartilage / SF dysfunction (MS3), Cranial Periosteum and Cartilage (CSS1), Astrocytes, mediastinum & Sulcal Vessels (CSS2), Epidural Ligament Supplemental (N1 SUP), Tendon-lymphatic Chains, Adipose Counterstrain Mastery Programs CSA Module 1 Intro: Counterstrain and the Cranial Scan, CS Convention 2019 Mod 3, Counterstrain Convention 2019, CS Virtual Convention 2020, CSA Module 2: Counterstrain for the Visceral System, CS Virtual Convention 2021, CS Convention 2023, CSA Module 4: Counterstrain for the Arterial System, CSA Module 3: Counterstrain for the Lymphatic/Venous System

Mary Beth Herrity, PT

“I always knew I wanted to be in a helping profession so I could make a real difference in the lives of others. Physical therapy has been the perfect field for me, and I’ve grown to appreciate it more and more over the past 30+ years. I love being able to see the physical and emotional transformation that happens with healing when you’re feeling better and able to function again. It changes your whole outlook on life. Few things in life are more rewarding than seeing my patients experience that transformation and newfound freedom.” A more personal, involved approach “I am fortunate to have an incredible team who enjoys their work transforming lives. They share my philosophy of doing everything possible to help, and letting you know that you really matter to us. Many PT offices have changed how they do business, with each therapist seeing multiple patients at a time. We believe each patient deserves our undivided attention. Not only that, we are continually seeking the latest training and techniques to ensure we do all we can to bring relief and healing to our patients. I’m proud of my entire team, my colleagues, who agree that the best way to provide physical therapy is by focusing intensely on one patient at a time.”