Dr. Meghan Little


Clinical Director - Staunton Office

Meghan completed her undergraduate degree in athletic training at Gettysburg College in 2001, and is currently a certified Athletic Trainer (ATC). She then went on to graduate, Summa Cum Laude, from George Washington University with a Master’s of Science in Physical Therapy, in 2005. Meghan continued her education at Marymount University where she completed her Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) Degree, in 2008. Since then, she has found a passion for rehabilitating upper extremities, resulting in a Board Certification in Hand Therapy (CHT), in 2012. Meghan has also taken additional course work and became a Certified Manual Trigger Point Therapist (CMTPT) (dry needling) in 2015. From 2009-2012 Meghan continued to share her knowledge while teaching in the Physical Therapy department at Marymount University. Before coming to the Shenandoah Valley she worked at an outpatient orthopedic clinic for twelve years in Arlington, VA where she specialized in hand therapy, clinic management and general orthopedic injuries including hip arthroscopic surgery. Since moving to the area, Meghan attended a 135-hour course and passed the LANA Board Certification to become a certified Lymphedema therapist in order to treat patients with edema, chronic venous insufficiency, lipidemia and lymphedema resulting from genetic disorders and lymph node removal after a cancer diagnosis.

Since moving into the Shenandoah Valley region Meghan has been residing in Crozet, VA with her two young children and husband. She has been working at Synergy Rehab and Wellness as the Clinic Director in the Staunton Office for the last four years. She specializes in the rehabilitation of the hand, dry needling, lymphedema, making custom splints and performing manual therapy techniques for all orthopedic injuries. She is extremely active with running, yoga, and Barre.

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