Locally Owned and Run by a Physical Therapist

Meghan Sueltenfuss

We want to make a real impact on your recovery process so you can get back to doing the things you love. Our patients are always treated by a doctor of physical therapy.

After graduating from Boston University with her B.S. in Health Sciences and her M.S. in Physical Therapy, Meghan spent over a decade furthering her education and developing her passion for her profession. Her practice has evolved into an integrative holistic approach, utilizing evidence based science and the biopsychosocial model to evaluate and work with the whole person.

Meghan puts her heart into her practice. She is honored to guide and teach and share her acquired knowledge. She will listen and individualize treatments in order to empower patients in rehabilitation and wellness.

Outside of her clinical practice, Meghan values time with her husband and son, dogs and cats. She practices and teaches mindfulness through Yoga, loves to read and learn, loves being active and is learning to appreciate moments of rest and self-care.


Professional Yoga Therapist - candidate (PYTc): Professional Yoga Therapy Institute
Certified Yoga Teacher (200hr): Twist Yoga School
Stott Pilates® Trained Instructor (beginner and intermediate mat): Merrithew International
Otago Balance Program: UNC School of Medicine Center for Aging & Health
Certification in Applied Functional Science (CAFS): Gray Institute
Baguanfa (cupping) Therapy Certified: International Cupping Therapy Association


Professional Yoga Therapy Institute: Administrative Staff
Adjunct Faculty Twist Yoga School: Anatomy Instructor


American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)
Professional Yoga Therapy Institute (PYTI)


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"I went into ImpactPT for an ankle problem that had plagued me for months. It left me basically unable to walk on it after playing a soccer game. Within minutes they had my diagnoses and then fitted my foot for orthopedic insole. After using the insole for a few weeks, there was a noticeable improvement after playing soccer or hiking. Within a couple of months there was absolutely no pain."

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