Courtney specializes in treating all general orthopaedic conditions, specifically, shoulder, knee and ankle pain, problems, and injuries, as well as sports-related injuries. Courtney focuses in manual treatment techniques and working with young athletes. Through her previous employment and education, Courtney brings experience working with manual techniques, joint mobilizations, deep tissue massage, Muscle Energy Techniques, and treatment plans for orthopaedic and neurological diagnoses. Courtney also specializes in a unique type of Physical Therapy called Integrative Manual Therapy (IMT) which focuses on whole body relationships and gently releases pressure to the nerves and arteries.
American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties
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