Katie Rapkoch

Katie Rapkoch, PTA, Physical Therapist Assistant

Katie is a certified Physical Therapist Assistant with an Associates degree in Applied Science. She attended Bay State College in Boston, then began her career at Braintree Rehabilitation Hospital, working with patients with spinal cord injuries and multiple sclerosis. After one year and enough cold weather, Katie relocated to the valley and has enjoyed expanding her knowledge base in an outpatient orthopedic and neurological setting. She especially enjoys working with athletes and patients with complex injuries to the lower extremities and low back. Katie is well versed in the McKenzie Method for low back and neck pain, and hopes to become certified as a Personal Trainer in the near future. In her free time, Katie enjoys being outdoors, going to concerts, sporting events, and hanging with her puppy, Champ.

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