I grew up in Bridgeport, OH. I graduated from St. John Central high school in Bellaire, OH in 2002. I earned my undergraduate degree, Bachelor of Science in Biology, from Wheeling Jesuit University in 2007 and stayed at Jesuit to earn my Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2009. I am a PT, specifically a DPT, graduating with my doctorate in 2009. I am also a registered yoga teacher, with a 200-hour training and am currently pursuing my 300-hour yoga certification. I have worked in several different settings, including inpatient physical therapy, skilled nursing, school-based virtual therapy, education and now outpatient. I have completed additional training in pelvic health physical therapy and am able to treat individuals with a variety of pelvic health conditions.
Honesty, authenticity, self-responsibility
“Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better”
I treat patients with all diagnoses. I specialize in pelvic health physical therapy as it pertains to women. My desire is to help patients that don’t have an awareness of what their body needs. I don’t believe in fixing this. I believe we can facilitate patients in the process of learning about their own bodies, and this in turn can help to change their lives. The patient is part of the equation and has to be for sustainable healing. I really enjoy working with pelvic floor dysfunction, sacroiliac joint dysfunction, and low back/hip pain.
What I like most about working at Crossroads is that we are a team and we work together to optimize the outcome for patients. Patients come first here.
What’s Meghann Reading, Listening To, or Watching?
- Yoga of Resilience (Podcast)
- Pelvic PT Rising (Podcast)
- Unlocking Us (Podcast)
In my free time I’m usually having fun with my family, spending quality time with my husband and children, playing with our dogs, enjoying the outdoors (hiking, paddleboarding are my favorites), practicing yoga, and dancing.