Dr. Meghan Braun, PT, DPT, MTC, CSCS
Body Mechanics Physical Therapy
2777 University Dr. W, #16, Jacksonville, FL, 32217, United States
- Phone Number: 904-990-4378
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from University of Dallas, TX 2007
- Doctorate of Physical Therapy from University of St. Augustine, FL 2012
Specialties & Certifications
- FMT Level 1
- CPR Certified
- US Lacrosse Certified Coach/Player
- Pediatric Athletics Speciality
Athletic & Training Background
- NCAA DIII lacrosse and basketball athlete at University of Dallas, TX.
- Girls lacrosse coach from youth to college levels throughout Texas and Florida.
- Summer league lacrosse player throughout Florida.
- Co-ed and Women's Soccer leagues throughout Florida.
- Crossfit/HEW participant
- Surf competitions, amateur
- Enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking, surfing, SUP, kayaking, biking, snowmobiling, etc.
Current Role Working with Athletes
- Strength and conditioning coach, and assistant coach to Mandarin high school girls lacrosse.
- Off season Lacrosse goalie coach for North Florida Lacrosse
- Summer lacrosse camps/programs for girls lacrosse in North Florida.
- Physical Therapist for HEW (Hard exercise works) a crossfit type gym.
A one-on-one approach to maintaining and addressing the entire body. It's not enough to just fix an issue or put a band aid on it, one must find the cause and root of the issue. It is no longer appropriate to just put patients through exercise, we as doctors of physical therapy must know the why and how for our treatments. The body is smart and will learn compensations to continue to move, but at some point, these faulty movement patterns will cause more harm than good, and it is before this process that physical therapists are important. We must teach everyone how to move properly, and if you take care of your body, it will take care of you!
You must be the change you wish to see in the world---Gandhi
I never ask my patients to do anything I can't do!
***Cash based, one-on-one, hands on therapy with a Doctor of Physical Therapy, no assistants or aides. Open communication, with patients involved in every step of their physical therapy process, including immediate access to the therapist via direct email, text, or call.