Caryn Grogan, MSPT

Caryn Grogan

Caryn earned her undergraduate degree in Sports Medicine at Old Dominion University in 1993. In 2001, she received her Masters of Science degree in Physical Therapy from Marymount University in Arlington, VA. She has been working at Back in Motion since 2005.

Caryn is a manual therapist who specializes in sports rehabilitation and general orthopedic injuries of all joints including post surgical treatments such as hip and knee arthroplasty and rotator cuff repairs. She has experience in many manual techniques such as Jones Strain-Counterstrain, Maitland, muscle energy technique (MET), Institute of Physical Art courses such as PNF, visceral mobilization through Barral Institute and the McKenzie approach for neck, back and extremity dysfunction. Caryn also has experience with working with the foot and return to running programs, temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMJD), headaches and slow to recover post-concussion treatment. Additionally, she has had Herman and Wallace coursework in women’s health and pelvic floor dysfunction and experience working with the geriatric population with balance and proprioceptive training.

In the past, Caryn has volunteered her time professionally at the Kennedy Center, performing rehabilitation for the Joffrey Ballet Company. She also volunteered at the Arlington Free Clinic where she offered physical therapy services to community residents who were unable to afford healthcare.

Caryn enjoys spending time with her husband Michael and their three children. She enjoys, running, playing tennis, reading and watching all sports but especially her kids’ sporting events.