Patricia Reynolds graduated from the University of St. Augustine for the Health Sciences with a Doctor of Physical Therapy and holds a Bachelor’s degrees in Biology from the University of Maryland Baltimore County.
Patricia chose physical therapy as her career after working as a Red Cross volunteer in the Military Advanced Training Center of Walter Reed Army Medical Center seeing the Physical Therapists at work helping our nation’s veterans returning from war. Seeing the positive impact physical therapy could make in the quality of a person’s life, empowered she knew this was the medical field for her.
Patricia has a passion for evaluation and treatment of concussions and vestibular rehabilitation and is well versed in evaluation and treatment of various specialty areas such as musculoskeletal conditions, women’s health physical therapy and other neurologic conditions.
Patricia’s philosophy is to help her patients from day one to reduce pain, restore movement, and to empower patients with knowledge of how their bodies work so each patient regains autonomy over their body.
Patricia is dedicated to keeping up to date on the most current research. She is currently holds the following additional certificates:
Orthopedic Excellence: The Spine (Medbridge)
Myofascial Manipulation (The University of St. Augustine for the Health Sciences)
Outside of work Patricia enjoys hiking and biking with her family and reading.