Paige joined the Panama City Beach THERAPY1ONE team
in May 2015. In 2011 she graduated with her Doctorate in
Physical Therapy from Mount St. Mary's College in Los
Angeles, CA. Paige loves to work in the outpatient
orthopedic physical therapy setting developing treatment
plans focusing on manual therapy techniques and
practical home exercise programs. Paige strives to
provide exemplary care to each of her patients in order
to help them achieve their individual goals. Personally
Paige enjoys exploring the sites and cuisine of the
Emerald Coast with her husband.
Physical therapists apply research and proven techniques to help people get back in motion. All physical therapists are required to receive a graduate degree – either a master's degree or a clinical doctorate — from an accredited physical therapist program before taking the national licensure examination that allows them to practice. State licensure is required in each state in which a physical therapist practices. They are trusted health care professionals with extensive clinical experience who examine, diagnose, and then prevent or treat conditions that limit the body's ability to move and function in daily life.
More and more physical therapists are now graduating with a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree. More than 92% of the 210 accredited academic institutions nationwide offering professional physical therapist education programs now offer the DPT degree – and more than 75% of all 2008 PT graduates hold a DPT degree.
Physical therapists are movement experts who treat a wide variety of symptoms and conditions, often while reducing the cost of care and avoiding surgery and prescription drugs.