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In Brevard: New Manual Physical Therapy Clinic Opens


February 5, 2018

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Dr. Marisa Bryson provides dry needling with electrical stimulation to Aaron May's quadriceps muscle group. Dry needling is a non-painful technique utilized to reduce trigger points and tightness in muscles, improve muscular activation and expand communication pathways between muscle groups. Patients typically notice significant improvements after the first needling treatment.

Marisa Merrill Bryson has wanted to work in health care since she was a young girl. Her first introduction to physical therapy happened when she tore her ACL and MCL knee ligaments during a college skiing accident. The profession of physical therapist called to her because she wanted to provide the best rehab experience possible for others and help them return to an active lifestyle as soon as possible.

After graduating from Brevard High School, Bryson completed her B.S. in exercise science at Brevard College and then her Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) at Western Carolina University. Add...

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