Physical Therapy

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Dr. Garrett Sanders PT, DPT

Dr. Garrett Sanders’ personal experiences are what drive his passion and enthusiasm to provide excellent rehabilitative care to patients of all ages. He believes that physical therapy is a dynamic relationship between provider and patient that utilizes multiple disciplinary aspects to achieve optimal outcomes. Dr. Garrett Sanders received his Bachelor of Science in Biology from Stevenson (MD) University and Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Shenandoah University.  While in practice at Capitol Rehab of Winchester, Garrett is also an adjunct lab professor in the physical therapy program at Shenandoah.

 

His path to becoming a physical therapist has taken him from patient to practitioner. A record-setting pitcher at the prep and college levels, potentially career-ending elbow injuries twice slowed stellar seasons. However, he attributes proper diagnosis, surgery and rehabilitation as the key to averting career ending status. It was also then that he knew becoming a physical therapist was what he was meant to do. Dr. Sanders enjoys exercising, playing golf, and spending time with his two children and wife.

Dr. Sanders is trained in the Occupro Functional Capacity Evaluation system, is certified in Graston Technique, the Functional Movement Screen, Integrative Dry Needling and Functional Dry Needling.

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Dr. Emily Harrell PT, DPT

Dr. Emily Harrell graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Shenandoah University in 2016, and continued her education to receive her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Shenandoah as well. Throughout her personal and clinical experience, Emily has developed an appreciation for a multidisciplinary treatment approach and believes that providing patient centered, goal directed care is the optimal way to achieve results. When not working, Emily enjoys traveling, photography, and spending time with her family and friends.

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Kimberly Rinard, LPTA

Kimberly graduated with her Bachelor of Health Science from Bridgewater College in 2009.  She is a multidisciplinary health and fitness professional with 18 years in customer service and 8 years of management experience, coaching individuals to success. She is a former Certified Personal Trainer, Nutrition Consultant, and Health Coach, but has always had a passion for Physical Therapy and decided to return to school in 2019 to broaden her scope of practice.

 

Kimberly recently graduated with her Associate of Applied Science in Physical Therapist Assisting from Blue Ridge Community Technical College and is licensed to practice in Virginia and West Virginia. As a former PT patient for a shattered wrist due to a motor vehicle accident, she understands what it is like to go through Physical Therapy from the

patient’s perspective. Kimberly’s approach to health revolves around Thomas Edison’s quote, “The doctor of the future will give no medication, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease.”