Renee Harrigan, PT, DPT

Clinic Manager


  • D’Youville College, Buffalo, NY, Masters of Physical Therapy
  • A.T. Still University, Mesa, AZ, Doctorate of Physical Therapy


Renee has over 20 years’ experience in outpatient orthopedics with 10 years in industrial rehab. She has practiced in Pennsylvania, New York and Maryland as both a staff physical therapist and at the management level. Renee has taken multiple continuing education courses for the treatment of cervical/thoracic/lumbar spine dysfunction, sacroiliac dysfunction, and shoulder, knee, foot/ankle injuries.

Professional Activities:

Renee has kept her skills very current by completing seminars in Muscle Energy Techniques, Mulligan mobilizations, kinesiotaping, and IASTM; treatment specialty in sacroiliac joint dysfunction.


“My treatment philosophy consists of therapeutic exercise approach with manual techniques incorporated into the program. Providing education throughout the rehabilitation process is key to addressing a client’s current dysfunction as well as preventing future injury.”


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