Physical Therapist Assistant
Morgan Pascoe is a Physical Therapist Assistant at Pivot’s Oyster Point clinic located in Newport News. From a very young age, she trained and competed as a dancer in a wide variety of styles. From her education and professional background in dance, she grew aware of how improper technique and overuse of joints and muscles could eventually lead to injury. It became her goal to help injured athletes and individuals get back to the hobbies that they love.
Morgan graduated from Riverside College of Health Careers with an Associates of Applied Science degree in 2019, and was inducted into the Leona C. Eastwood Honor Society for outstanding professional integrity and clinical competence. She began her career with Pivot as a PTA in July of that same year working directly with the clinical director of the Newport News area, Michael Satterley. Morgan holds special interests in orthopedics and sports rehabilitation, where she hopes to specialize. She provides a variety of manual techniques such as soft tissue mobilization (IASTM) and myofascial decompression (cupping). She utilizes Dartfish Video Analysis, working close hand with runners to identify dysfunction and improve technique. Morgan also became a Certified Personal Trainer through the National College of Exercise Professionals.
Outside of the clinic, Morgan enjoys working out, scrapbooking, spending time at the beach, and playing with her three dachshunds.