Genevieve Cleveland is a physical therapist whose eclectic approach to treatment draws on her experience as a competitive college athlete and coach of swimming and soccer. Patient-centered and evidence-based, her treatments focus on patient education, manual therapy and exercise. In step with her philosophy, Genevieve’s exercises are varied and feature both self-resisted and apparatus-assisted routines, including the use of Pilates mat and equipment.

Genevieve completed her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2013 from Texas Tech University. Her Master's of Science in Physical Therapy was awarded from the University of Southern California. She is board certified by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialists in orthopedics and has a manual therapy certification from the University of St. Augustine.

Genevieve continues to advance her knowledge by reading professional journals and regularly attending continuing education courses. To date she has completed in excess of 70 courses in a variety of areas relating to physical therapy. A special area of interest is in treatment of TMJ dysfunction, where she has both taken extensive course work and works closely with area dentists.

Out of the office, Genevieve runs, cycles, swims, practices yoga and Pilates. She also has three children who all played soccer at the collegiate level.

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