Meghan Wronko Forsatz, PT, DPT
Meghan’s practice consists of treating orthopedic and neurological patients as well as scoliosis and kyphosis. She is adept at identifying contributing factors that lead to pain and/or disability such as: movement patterns, repetitive activities, musculoskeletal abnormalities, and neuromuscular faults. Meghan works with patients to mitigate these contributing factors in order to return each patient to pain free living while also preventing future injury. Having been diagnosed with scoliosis as an adolescent, Meghan personally identifies with scoliotic patients. As such, she became certified in the Schroth Method to provide the best care to her scoliotic and kyphotic patients. Also, Meghan has designed and run group exercise classes for several community centers and a nutrition group. These classes focused on a safe return to regular exercise for patients with nutritional issues as well as improving balance and strength in the geriatric population.
Prior to opening SANA, Meghan worked in Manhattan at a private orthopedic physical therapy clinic where she worked with recreational/semi-professional athletes, general orthopedic injuries, geriatric patients, and pre/post operative conditions.
Meghan continuously supplements her practice based on the latest physical therapy research. As such, she has completed multiple courses designed by renowned physical therapists such as Brian Mulligan, David Butler, Shirley Sarhman, Sandy Burkhardt, and Geoff Maitland. Specifically, courses taught through the Institute of Physical Art greatly influence her manual therapy practice. Meghan is also a member of the American Physical Therapy Association. Meghan received her Bachelor of Science from Rutgers University in 2003 and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey in 2006.