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Dr. Megan R. Fuhrman

Physiatrist (Physical Medicine)

Dr. Megan Fuhrman, DPT is a physical therapist practicing in Owatonna, MN. Dr. Fuhrman is a physical therapist specializing in physical medicine and rehabilitation. As a physical therapist, Dr. Fuhrman focuses on a patients ability to function, and can treat multiple conditions that affect the brain, nerves, spine, bones, muscles, joints, ligaments and tendons. Dr. Fuhrman can diagnose and treat pain that is a result of injury, disease or a disabling condition. A physical therapist often works with other health care professionals in order to assist your functional needs.
1 year Experience
Dr. Megan R. Fuhrman
  • Owatonna, MN
  • Clarke University
  • Accepting new patients

What else can I do to help my son's muscular dystrophy?

There are many physical therapists that specialize in pediatric therapy. Depending on the state you live in and your insurance company will vary on ways to set up a physical therapy READ MORE
There are many physical therapists that specialize in pediatric therapy. Depending on the state you live in and your insurance company will vary on ways to set up a physical therapy appointment. Feel free to find clinics in your area who specialize in pediatric physical therapy and they will be able to address this question with more information.

What can I do for my chronic pain?

There are various ways of addressing chronic pain. When I treat patients with chronic pain I try to get down to the source of the pain whether it is from an injury 10 years ago READ MORE
There are various ways of addressing chronic pain. When I treat patients with chronic pain I try to get down to the source of the pain whether it is from an injury 10 years ago or from a more recent change in activity levels/nutrition. Unfortunately, the source of chronic pain varies. I would find a healthcare professional who will help you find the source of your symptoms and treat you accordingly.

What's physical therapy like for kids?

Physical therapy will address her functional needs in order to return her to sport safely. Age does not change the way I work with my patients. Day one will be getting information READ MORE
Physical therapy will address her functional needs in order to return her to sport safely. Age does not change the way I work with my patients. Day one will be getting information from the patient and parent/guardian) along with strength testing, range of motion testing, and functional testing. Depending on the injury and what is seen in the clinic, the treatment may include strength training, balance training, improving range of motion, and/or modalities. I would also make sure exercises are specific to her sport, in this case, cheerleading.

Do I need lifelong physiotherapy for sciatica?

It should not have to be life long. Your therapist should give you the tools to help you manage and prevent future symptoms at home.