Charlestown Physical Therapy
Charlestown Physical Therapy and Health Services LLC has been an owner operated outpatient Physical Therapy office since opening in 2009, with a focus on true one-on-one Physical Therapy Treatment. Each treatment session is individualized and without distractions for the patient to receive the best Physical Therapy programs and care possible. There are no aides or assistants at CPTHS. Each patient receives a personalized plan of care using the most up to date procedures and techinque. CPTHS was the first clinic in Rhode Island to offer Integrative Dry Needing. Every patient receives education about their diagnosis and a home plan at the first visit to supplement the care received in the office and maximize their recovery.
Pet Partners Therapy Assistant
Tigger passed her Good Canine Citizen and Pet Partners tests in 2012. She enjoys helping patients with their therapy sessions.
When not “working” she enjoys lots of petting, walks, hikes, playing with her squeaky toys, naps and watching the chickens at home. Her favorite places to visit are Ninigret Park and Carter Preserve.
Sara Michaud PT, DPT, ATC, CSCS
Owner and Physical Therapist
Sara earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Physiology with a Concentration in Athletic Training in 2001, followed by a Master’s of Science degree in Physical Therapy from The University of Rhode Island in 2004 and a transitional Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Northeastern University in 2007. She has completed her certification in Athletic Training (ATC) and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the NSCA. Sara regularly participates in continuing education focusing on orthopedics, sports medicine, strength training, balance and nutrition. In addition she has obtained her Nutritionist Specialist Certification through the American Academy of Sports Dietitians and Nutritionists.
Sara lives locally with her spouse, 5 cats, dog, 17 chickens, 2 beehives and worm farm. She can be found hiking local trails with Tigger, gardening and caring for her animals. She is a Master Gardener and volunteers at East Farm. She also volunteers as Deputy Director of Emergency Management for Charlestown and with the Charlestown-Richmond Fire Department.