Meagan Annitta Peiser
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Meagan graduated from Texas Woman's University with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2012. Currently, she is studying at Andrew's University through a residency program, seeking to one day become an Orthopedic Certified Specialist in physical therapy. She was born and raised in Dallas, Texas but has a passion for traveling to visit new places and trying new things. Meagan recently spent a year in Phoenix, Arizona practicing sports physical therapy and working with various youth soccer clubs. Meagan grew up playing softball, but loves to work with all athletes from little leaguers to weekend warriors.
Why should patients choose you as their provider instead of others in the area?
Source One is a CARF accredited multidisciplinary therapy center. Services at this location include physical therapy and occupational therapy programs, sports medicine, return-to-work and return-to-play programs, functional capacity evaluations (FCEs), Chronic Pain Programs, and Brain Injury Programs.
What are the top 3 treatments that you focus on?
We see injuries from car wrecks, injuries at work, and injuries from sports. In addition to physical and occupational therapists, we have pain management specialists and psychologists to address all the physical and mental aspects of being hurt. It is not unusual for you to feel depressed or angry about getting hurt and not being able to work. We recognize this, and although physical therapy isn’t easy, we know how to get you back to your usual activities quickly and safely.
What are you proud of in your practice?
Source One was established in 1994, and our facilities have been CARF-accredited since 1998. We are one of only a few physical therapy and rehabilitation facilities in Texas to hold this prestigious accreditation. CARF stands for Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities. Being CARF-accredited is reflection of our commitment to improving the quality of our services and demonstrating their effectiveness, meeting internationally recognized program standards, and enhancing patient care.
Which cases do you enjoy treating? Why?
I enjoy treating all types of patient cases. It is particularly rewarding when our treatment team can help a patient return to work and an active lifestyle.