Martine Barre has been a Physical Therapist for 12 years. She graduated from Mary Washington College in 2001 with a Bachelors of Science in Biology with coursework towards Pre Physical Therapy. After joining AmeriCorps NCCC bringing her out West for a few years, she returned to VA to continue to pursue her Physical Therapy education, receiving her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2009 from Shenandoah University in Winchester VA.
She spent her first 6 years as a Physical Therapist in Beaufort SC working for a comprehensive PT clinic at Beaufort Memorial Hospital where she split her time between Pediatrics and Geriatrics, pursuing continued education in Orthopedics, Vestibular therapy, and NDT.
She returned to VA to the Outpatient setting, investing her time into orthopedics, vestibular and concussion management, return to run/sports programs, and holistic approaches to patients utilizing Trigger Point Dry Needling certification and Cupping. She continues to work towards furthering her expertise with balance and vestibular therapy, Orthopedics, TMJ, and returning all patients, including the weekend warriors, to their prior activity levels and improved quality of life.
EDUCATION: BS in Biology: Mary Washington College-2001; Doctorate of Physical Therapy: Shenandoah University-2009
CERTIFICATIONS: APTA credentialed Clinical Instructor, Functional Dry Needling I, Functional Dry Needling II, Concussion Management and Vestibular Therapy, Tai Chi for Arthritis and Fall Prevention, Massage and Medi-Cupping
Natasha has been practicing in the field of Physical Therapy since 2012 when she graduated from St. Philips College in San Antonio, Texas, earning her Associates of Applied Science Degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant. In 2014 she returned to school to further her knowledge earning her bachelor’s degree in 2016 from PIMA Medical Institute in Mesa, AZ. Currently she is working toward obtaining her Doctorate of Physical Therapy Degree from the University of St. Augustine in Florida.
Natasha has worked primarily in outpatient orthopedics and sports medicine rehabilitation, frequently attending continuing educational courses and conferences to further her knowledge and expertise in working with athletes of all levels and ages from youth to collegiate and weekend warriors. Additionally, she is trained in vestibular rehabilitation and concussion management as well as Running Gait Analysis and has served as a youth soccer coach for approximately 8 years. Prior to working as a Physical Therapist Assistant, Natasha served in the United States Army as a Civil Affairs Specialist (May 2000-June 2002) and as a Paralegal Specialist (June 2002-Nov 2007), deploying to both Afghanistan (2004-2005) and Iraq (2006-2007).
EDUCATION: St. Philips College, Associates Degree: Physical Therapist Assistant 2009-2012 PIMA Medical Institute: Bachelor’s Degree: Physical Therapist Assistant 2014-2016 University of St. Augustine: Doctorate of Physical Therapy: 2020 to Present
MEMBERSHIPS: American Physical Therapy Association: 2009-present. Virginia Physical Therapy Association: 2012- Present Academy of Orthopedics Physical Therapy: 2012- Present American Academy of Sports Physical Therapy: 2012- Present Pelvic Health Special Interest Group: 2018- Present
Doctor Will Memery has been practicing Physical Therapy for 5 years. He earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Old Dominion University in 2016. He has experience working in both outpatient PT and home health PT. His primary interests include shoulder, low back, knee, and ankle rehabilitation, as well as sports and vestibular rehabilitation. He has experience treating a variety of musculoskeletal and neurological conditions, and enjoys assisting patients in maximizing their functional mobility and independence.
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