““Through my experience as a physical therapist, I have learned the importance of trust between patient and therapist during the clinical decision making process. I think it is important to consider the entirety of a patient’s history, pain, and symptoms. Looking at the whole picture allows me to find the etiology of the problem and prevent further injury down the road.”
University of South Alabama, Bachelor of Science 2008
Belmont University, Doctorate of Physical Therapy 2012
Fellow of American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy (FAAOMPT)
Certified Manual Physical Therapist (CMPT)
Certified Manual Trigger Point Therapist (CMTPT)
Shannon treats all general orthopedic conditions, postoperative rehabilitation, and return to sport injuries. Shannon also specializes in headaches and finds the clinical decision making aspect of finding the source of the headache particularly rewarding. She has been a mentor for cohorts in the IMPACT manual therapy program and looks forward to providing mentorship in the future. Shannon looks forward to pursuing continuing education in women’s health, TMJ dysfunction, and vestibular therapy in the future.