Dr. Megan Henriod was born and raised in Johannesburg, South Africa. At the age of 12, her family emigrated to the United states in search of greater opportunity. She has always enjoyed being active from a young age, participating in a wide variety of both competitive and unorganized sports. In high school, Megan played on the soccer, tennis, cross-country, and track teams. She continued to play soccer in college for 4 years, where she sustained minor injuries requiring Physical Therapy. Her interest in the field grew very quickly, which led to her focus and major in Exercise Science at California Lutheran University. After completion of her Bachelor’s degree, it was on to study Physical Therapy in the Doctorate program at Arcadia University in Philadelphia, PA.
Although her passion began with athletics, Megan has grown to enjoy treating a wide variety of patients. She believes in teaching her patients the tools needed for long-term success beyond the initial manual therapy and/or exercise instruction required to reach each patient’s individual goals.
In her spare time, Megan enjoys playing golf, snowboarding, working out, spending time with family and friends, spending too much time on endless house projects, and spoiling her dog.