BiographySarah Hanna, M.P.T., is a physical therapist at Hall Health Center on the UW campus.
Hanna practices with an emphasis in treating the individual with a differential evaluation, manual therapy as indicated, gait analysis and specific therapeutic exercise to improve movement patterns, motor control and muscle balance. She and the patient work as a team for their return to daily activities, hobbies, and/or sport as comfortably, safely, and effectively as possible.
Hanna earned her M.P.T. from the University of Utah. Currently, she is pursuing classes with the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy. She is a certified Graston provider and has completed classes in custom orthotic fits, bike fits, manual therapy and Movement Impairment Syndromes. McKenzie techniques, core strengthening and Pilates are also incorporated in Sarah’s physical therapy treatments.
Personal InterestsIn her free time Hanna enjoys hiking, running, biking, and downhill skiing. She loves living in the NW with her family and appreciates our easy access to water and mountain sports.
The Univ. of Utah Dept. of Biomedical Informatics
Medical education, 1998