Carrie Bennett is a Physical Therapist for Pivot Physical Therapy in Cumberland, MD, after working PRN at an outpatient clinic. Her clinical areas of interest include orthopedic manual therapy, balance, and running rehabilitation. She plans to pursue post professional education in Clinical Certification in Orthopedic Manual Therapy, as well as Dry Needling.
Carrie received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Andrews University in southwest Michigan in 2017 and Bachelors of Liberal Science Degree with a focus and minor in Biology from Frostburg State University. While in school, she worked in many clinical settings such as inpatient rehabilitation, acute care, and outpatient orthopedics. Carrie has conducted research that was presented at the national level in 2017 in the field of orthopedic physical therapy for the correlation between lumbopelvic instability, hip weakness, and patellofemoral symptoms.
Carrie’s outside interests include running, hiking, playing golf, spending time with her family and friends.