Megan received her Bachelor of Arts degree and Master’s in Physical Therapy at Temple University and has trained at various rehab and acute care facilities in the Philadelphia and Pittsburgh areas.
Upon receiving her PT degree and license to practice in Pennsylvania, Megan took a position at the Reading Rehabilitation Hospital where she worked in acute rehabilitation for five years specializing in the rehabilitation of amputee patients.
She then became instrumental in the development of new geriatric services. Along with assessing and treating clients she served the community by providing training and lectures on geriatric topics, posture, and body mechanics.
Megan enjoys being a mother to four boys while still pursuing her career as a full time physical therapist. She joined the team at Mishock Physical Therapy in June of 2006 and is now shares the position of Clinical Director with Melissa Bennett, ATC. Megan’s background in adult and geriatric rehab gives her a functional and practical approach to treating orthopedic diagnoses.
She has been specially trained in manual lymphatic therapy and rehabilitation following breast cancer. She has also added a certification in LSVT BIG which is a program especially designed to help patients who are suffering with Parkinson’s disease.
Megan enjoys getting to know her patients and discovering how physical therapy can help them to achieve their goals. She lives in the Oley Valley with her family and is an active member of St. Columbkill Parish in Boyertown.