Megan Livingston

Megan LivingstonPTA, AIB-VRC

Physical Therapist Assistant / SoftWave Specialist


Megan is a certified Vestibular Rehabilitation and Concussion therapist through The American Institute of Balance. She graduated from the Physical Therapist Assistant program at Santa Fe College and has experience in multiple clinical settings including outpatient orthopedics and inpatient rehabilitation. She has a strong drive to further her education with plans to get an advanced certification in Vestibular Rehabilitation, as well as kinesiology taping, and nutrition. Megan has a desire to make rehabilitation an enjoyable process that helps people return to life feeling empowered.

Megan and her family have lived in Gainesville since she was a child, and she has always loved the diversity and range of activities that Gainesville has to offer. In her free time, Megan enjoys exercising, reading, spending time outdoors, watching movies, and spending time with her family.

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Physical therapy 101: The ins and outs, and how it can help you!

If you have been wondering about physical therapy, how it can be helpful, or figuring…

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Do I Really Need Physical Therapy?

If you’re reading this blog, then chances are this may not be the first time you have…

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Off Putting Golf Injuries for a Lifetime Enjoyment

Golf is often considered to be the sport you can play for a lifetime. People from all age…

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What is The Core?

You’ve probably heard people say to “engage your core,” but have you ever wondered what…

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Gettin’ Dizzy With It!

This article is designed to give you a better understanding of what the vestibular system…

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Injured from a car accident? We can help!

Have you or someone you know been in a car accident? Do you remember being in pain…

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How do I know if physical therapy is working for me?

Depending on severity of symptoms, or specific diagnoses, it can be hard to determine…

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Let’s talk about feet! They could be affecting the rest of your body.

When’s the last time you thought about the effect your feet had on the rest of your……