Pediatrics, aquatic therapy, amputee care
Hannah graduated from Simmons College with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy after receiving her Bachelor of Health Science with a minor in nutrition from Simmons. She worked in an outpatient setting at a pediatric hospital for many years and gained experience with patients from birth through 20 years old, as well as a wide range of diagnoses. Hannah also has experience in inpatient and school-based physical therapy. She is comfortable treating patients with diagnoses that include developmental delays, gait issues (toe walking, in-toeing, etc.), cerebral palsy, neuromuscular disorders, torticollis, genetic syndromes, amputations and rotationplasty, and more. She has many years of experience with bracing and adaptive equipment. She is also an aquatic therapist at Emerson. Hannah has a special interest in the treatment of patients with oncology diagnoses and with amputations, especially pediatrics.