Morgan Young, PT, DPT,
EDUCATION & CREDENTIALS:
Doctorate of Physical Therapy, 2012 - University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences (St. Augustine, FL)
Certified Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) , 2016
Certified Dry Needling, 2017-Spinal Manipulation Institute, American Academy of Manipulative Therapy
Active Member APTA, 2010
Dr. Morgan Young has been practicing Physical Therapy since 2012. She began her studies at Christopher Newport University, in Newport News, VA, where she played collegiate soccer, while earning her Bachelor's degree in Biology and minor in Chemistry. Morgan continued her academic career by achieving her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at the University of St. Augustine. There she received specialized training in manual therapy treatment techniques for the spine and extremities under some of the most talented manual physical therapist in the country, including Dr. Stanley V. Paris, PT, PhD, FAPTA. In addition to specialized training in manual therapy, she also received specialized training in running assessments. Following graduation from the University of St. Augustine, Dr. Young practiced in Charleston, SC for two years with a focus in sports medicine and rehabilitation, where she treated high school, collegiate, and professional athletes. While in Charleston, she was also head soccer coach for PCA high school and organized injury prevention camps in the summer to educate athletes on ways to stay healthy and prevent injury, while training at the optimum level.
Morgan treats nearly all orthopedic conditions with special interest in sports specific rehabilitation, ACL rehabilitation and prevention, back and neck pain, SIJ dysfunction, shoulder dysfunction, femoral acetabular impingement and acetabular labral repairs. As a collegiate soccer player and marathon runner, Morgan enjoys working closely with athletes of all ages and levels. She loves working closely with her patients to achieve their goals to maintain a healthy and happy lifestyle.
Outside of her physical therapy career she enjoys running, practicing yoga, coaching and playing soccer, playing tennis, hiking, and college football. She loves traveling and spending time with her family.