Megan Barnes joined the Sports Medicine and Performance Center physical therapy team in 2009 and works at CHOP's Specialty Care Center in King of Prussia.
Megan is board certified in Sports Physical Therapy and holds advanced certification in Scoliosis Rehabilitation through the Schroth Barcelona Institute. In addition to scoliosis rehabilitation, she is the clinical lead for the running medicine program. Other areas of clinical interest include hip pathology and injury prevention for adolescent athletes. Her research interests include adolescent idiopathic scoliosis, running medicine, and topics related to adolescent sports medicine. Megan enjoys participating in community based educational sessions to promote awareness of injury prevention for both athletes and their parents.
Megan’s experiences prior to joining the Sports Medicine & Performance Center included the management and treatment of orthopedic and sport injuries for all ages, with a focus on adolescent, collegiate and semi-professional athletes.
Education and Training
APTA Credentialed Clinical InstructorBoard Certified Clinical Specialist in Sports Medicine Physical Therapy
Biology Pre-Physical Therapy - East Stroudsburg University, East Stroudsburg PA
DPT - Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
Titles and Academic Titles
Sports Medicine Physical Therapist
Departments and Services
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