A Spokane native, Meghan graduated from Eastern Washington University in 2013 with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy and, before joining the team at Dynamic Bracing, worked for 6 years in skilled nursing. She started specializing in Fascial Counterstrain after she stopped racing triathlon professionally in 2020. Because of her background in intense athletic training and pursuits, Meghan embraces the opportunity to combine her educational background in skilled therapy with her passion for exercise and sport.
Meghan is specialized in, and uses, traditional and Fascial Counterstrain before other traditional manual therapies, to help her clients obtain correct structural alignment, decrease pain, and improve mobility. Once achieved, she uses specific exercises, cues, and techniques to help her clients improve body and postural awareness, gain strength and mobility, and ultimately return to recreational pursuits, sport, and competition.
Outside of the clinic, Meghan continues to coach and mentor clients in triathlon, running, and nutrition for endurance sport and everyday healthy lifestyle. Her love for the outdoors, her animals, and her health inspire her to spend time showing and training her dogs and llamas, backpacking, running, cycling, and maintaining a yard and garden on 5 acres just outside of Spokane.
Courses taken: SCS Complete body; Cranial & Advanced techniques. FCS FI, N1, N2, MS1, MS2, MS3, LV, VC, AR