Kathleen Morgan has been practicing as a physical therapist in the orthopedic and sports medicine setting since graduating from the Cleveland State University physical therapy program in 1995. Originally from Ohio, she obtained a bachelor of arts degree in both Psychology and Education at Hiram College in 1991. Continuing to follow her interests in fitness and exercise, she became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, C.S.C.S., in 1997. Enhancing her practice, she completed the postgraduate program at the College of St. Scholastica in 2014, receiving a Doctorate in Physical Therapy.
Kathleen’s strong functional exercise background is incorporated in each individualized program designed for patients and clients. A manual approach is utilized to facilitate movement and correct impairments. She brings a comprehensive background in evaluating and treating orthopedic injuries, with special interest in shoulders and knees. Keeping an emphasis on education, she has been a clinical instructor for physical therapy interns and local high school students over the years. Additionally, she currently serves as adjunct faculty at University of St. Augustine.
On a personal level, Kathleen moved to California in 1997 in pursuit of a friendlier climate. Kathleen enjoys all outdoor activities, especially riding and showing American Quarter horses and surfing.
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