Meghan Taff, PT

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Knee Pain - Shoulder Pain - Exercise Physiology - Injury Prevention - Overuse Injuries - Kinesio Taping - Back Pain - Musculoskeletal Injuries - Athletics - Strength Training - Pain Management - Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy - Orthopedic Rehabilitation - Exercise Prescription - Strength & Conditioning - Fitness - Sports Injuries - Working With Athletes - Soft Tissue Injuries - Pre-Surgery Conditions - Post-Surgery Condition - Work Injuries - Endurance Athletes  

About Meghan

Meghan was born and raised in the Midwest. She attended Saint Louis University, where she earned her Bachelors of Exercise Science in 2002 and her Masters in Physical Therapy in 2004. She is licensed to practice in CA, MO, and FL.

Over her 18 years as a physical therapist, Meghan has mostly worked in Sports Physical Therapy and Outpatient Orthopedics. She has helped not only athletes from a variety of sports, particularly swimmers, cyclists, and runners, but also patients recovering from surgeries and work-related injuries. Her passion is providing her patients with the tools to have active, injury-free lives. Meghan has experience working on orthopedic injuries as well as pre- and post-surgical conditions. She specializes in working with soft tissue injuries, and is skilled in kinesiotaping and cupping techniques. She was able to pivot to Telehealth during the pandemic, teaching her clients virtually how they can keep themselves healthy or work through an injury. Utilizing tools such as lacrosse balls, foam rollers as well as household items such as butter knives, Meghan taught her clients how to perform their own soft tissue work at home in addition to doing exercises.

Meghan has been an endurance athlete for over 17 years. Competing in road races, triathlons, Masters swimming, and Open Water Swims. Meghan has completed well over 100 races including 4 Ironmans and 6 marathons in addition to doing crazy events like the Death Ride in CA. She is a USAT-certified coach and enjoys being able to take her clients from injury to finishing Ironmans!