Dr. Meghan Majeski, PT, DPT, isn’t just a physical therapist – she’s a movement architect, meticulously building bridges between injury and recovery. Her passion for movement was ignited on the softball field, where she learned the body’s potential and the sting of setback. This understanding now fuels her clinical journey, a journey enriched by diverse experiences in acute care, neurology, geriatrics, and sports rehab.

With a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree with honors from the University of St. Augustine, Meghan possesses the expertise to navigate the complexities of human movement. But her approach goes beyond textbook knowledge. She believes in treating the whole person, not just the injury. It’s in the quiet conversations, the shared laughter during exercises, and the unwavering support through setbacks that Meghan reveals her true strength – her empathy.

Collaboration is the cornerstone of Meghan’s philosophy. Whether it’s brainstorming treatment plans with colleagues, celebrating small victories with patients, or empowering families to be integral in the healing process, she thrives on teamwork. Her open communication style and infectious enthusiasm create a supportive environment where every individual feels valued and heard.

But Meghan’s dedication extends beyond the clinic walls. As an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association, she champions the advancement of the field. Her commitment to the community shines through her involvement in organizations like the Ancient City Running Club, where she promotes inclusivity and healthy lifestyles.

Now, Meghan joins Pro Vita Physical Therapy, a team that seamlessly reflects her own patient-centered philosophy. Here, her diverse skills, unwavering collaboration, and genuine care find the perfect home. Each step, each stretch, each regained inch of movement becomes a testament to her passion. For Dr. Meghan Majeski, PT, DPT, it’s not just about physical recovery; it’s about rebuilding lives, one movement at a time.