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Sarah Burnett

Physical Therapist located in Green Hills, Nashville, TN

About Sarah Burnett

Credentials

  • Bachelor of Arts and Science: Major in Dance with Minor in Psychology at The University of Alabama
  • Doctor of Physical Therapy at Sacred Heart University

Certifications

  • Dry Needling Certified

Education

  • BA from the University of Alabama
  • DPT from Sacred Heart University

 

About Sarah

I was born and raised in Franklin, TN. When it came to looking at colleges, I knew I wanted a big SEC school, and Alabama was the perfect fit. After 4 great years, I ventured to Connecticut to complete Physical Therapy school. Due to not liking the cold weather, I came back to Nashville to start my career. Since dancing my entire life, I was not prepared to give it up, so I continued to teach dance at my old dance studio. When I am not working, I am either working out, reading a book, or teaching dance!

 

Personal Philosophy

Work hard, play harder. We like to have fun during physical therapy, but there is a lot of hard work that goes into getting you back to what it is your love without pain.

 

Greatest Success

I do have a small bias. While in Lexington, KY, I had a patient who torn her ACL and whose goal was to return to her dance team. She was distraught and thought the idea of returning to dance was impossible. After many sessions of hard work, she was able to return to the dance team. A year later, she became captain of her team! I was so proud of all her hard work, both in therapy and out of therapy.

 


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Credentials

  • Bachelor of Arts and Science: Major in Dance with Minor in Psychology at The University of Alabama
  • Doctor of Physical Therapy at Sacred Heart University

Certifications

  • Dry Needling Certified

Education

  • BA from the University of Alabama
  • DPT from Sacred Heart University

 

About Sarah

I was born and raised in Franklin, TN. When it came to looking at colleges, I knew I wanted a big SEC school, and Alabama was the perfect fit. After 4 great years, I ventured to Connecticut to complete Physical Therapy school. Due to not liking the cold weather, I came back to Nashville to start my career. Since dancing my entire life, I was not prepared to give it up, so I continued to teach dance at my old dance studio. When I am not working, I am either working out, reading a book, or teaching dance!

 

Personal Philosophy

Work hard, play harder. We like to have fun during physical therapy, but there is a lot of hard work that goes into getting you back to what it is your love without pain.

 

Greatest Success

I do have a small bias. While in Lexington, KY, I had a patient who torn her ACL and whose goal was to return to her dance team. She was distraught and thought the idea of returning to dance was impossible. After many sessions of hard work, she was able to return to the dance team. A year later, she became captain of her team! I was so proud of all her hard work, both in therapy and out of therapy.

 



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Credentials

Certifications

Education

 

About Sarah

I was born and raised in Franklin, TN. When it came to looking at colleges, I knew I wanted a big SEC school, and Alabama was the perfect fit. After 4 great years, I ventured to Connecticut to complete Physical Therapy school. Due to not liking the cold weather, I came back to Nashville to start my career. Since dancing my entire life, I was not prepared to give it up, so I continued to teach dance at my old dance studio. When I am not working, I am either working out, reading a book, or teaching dance!

 

Personal Philosophy

Work hard, play harder. We like to have fun during physical therapy, but there is a lot of hard work that goes into getting you back to what it is your love without pain.

 

Greatest Success

I do have a small bias. While in Lexington, KY, I had a patient who torn her ACL and whose goal was to return to her dance team. She was distraught and thought the idea of returning to dance was impossible. After many sessions of hard work, she was able to return to the dance team. A year later, she became captain of her team! I was so proud of all her hard work, both in therapy and out of therapy.

 



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