Graston Technique certified.
University of Vermont
Susan Dodge is a born and raised Vermonter who earned her bachelor of science degree in physical therapy from the University of Vermont in 1982. She more recently earned her masters degree in health care administration from Marlboro College. Susan is an accomplished runner who loves health, fitness, science and helping others achieve their health and fitness goals. Susan’s primary areas of interest are treating overuse injuries and general orthopedics. Susan is certified in Graston Technique®. Graston Technique® is an innovative, evidence-based form of instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization that enables clinicians to detect and effectively break down scar tissue and fascial restrictions, as well as maintain optimal range of motion. Susan also performs Resting Metabolic Rate Testing and VO2 Max Testing in order to guide more personalized weight loss and training programs for her clients. Her mission is to use evidenced based physical therapy and the science of performance testing to help individuals develop personalized rehabilitation and training plans to enhance their own health and wellness. Whether your goal is to rehab from an injury lose weight, increase strength, run your first 5k or your next marathon, training smart, not hard is the overall objective. Susan can often be found out running the trails around Chittenden County or cycling throughout the Green Mountain state. She lives in South Burlington, with her partner and their 5 children.