Originally from the United States, Morgan received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Drexel University in Philadelphia in 2022, as well as a bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sport Science and minor in Spanish from the University of Georgia in 2018. She worked as a travel Physical Therapist with the goal of gaining well-rounded experience in different settings to help her best treat any condition, impairment, or population that she may encounter in the future.
Morgan grew up with an interest in multiple sports, including softball, volleyball, and power lifting, however during this time she noticed abnormal cardiovascular vitals and symptoms during exercise and later received a diagnosis of Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS). The lack of information on exercising with POTS as well as her desire to learn how to help people of any and all ailments fueled her ambition to pursue a career in physiotherapy. Her knowledge and personal experience with autonomic disorders and abnormal physiological processes helps her provide the safest and most effective treatment possible for people at any athletic level.
When she’s not working, you can find Morgan exploring her new city of Edinburgh, enjoying fitness classes, or going on walks with her dogs, Bruno and Louie.