Megan Rorabeck, DPT

Physical Therapist

Education: Megan graduated from Carroll University in Waukesha, Wisconsin. In 2013 she received her Bachelor’s in Biology and in 2015, her Doctorate of Physical Therapy.

 Licenses: New Hampshire and Wisconsin

 Advanced Training/Certifications: Megan has advanced training in treating the spine and pelvic floor. She completed her Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy Professional Development program after graduating PT school. She has since completed a plethora of continuing education through the Herman and Wallace Institute focusing on the pelvic floor. Megan also performs dry needling, IASTM, and cupping providing her with various manual therapy skills. Megan is sitting for her Women’s Health Clinical Specialist board exam in March.

 Clinical Interests: Megan has a passion for developing her manual therapy skills and is dedicated to evidence based treatments to improve patient outcomes. She has a particular interest in spine and pelvic floor, addressing and focusing on each person as a whole to attend to his/her unique needs. As a previous patient in physical therapy herself, Megan understands the motivation, hard work, and collaboration it takes to maximize progress. Her ability to individualize her patients’ treatments has enabled them to realize optimal outcomes and achieve their goals.

 On a Personal Note: Outside of work, Megan enjoys spending time with friends and family. She has a passion for cycling, competing in triathlons, reading, fly-fishing, and anything that involves being in the outdoors. As a Wisconsin native, she also has a passion for the Green Bay Packers and good, squeaky cheese curds.

Physical therapy for pelvic/spine health