Maggie Dindo, PT, DPT

Maggie’s clinical focus and experience has been in orthopedics, including sports medicine related injuries, overuse syndromes, and post-operative care. Her treatment has concentrated on individualized care utilizing manual therapy techniques, therapeutic exercise, and clinical education in order to treat the underlying causes of her patient’s condition, restore their functioning, and promote self-care. She also has a special interest working with runners, as her and her husband enjoy long distance training and competing.

Maggie has completed multiple continuing education courses in treatment of running related injuries and recently was certified in Functional Movement Screening to assist in risk assessments for athletes. She has been a clinical instructor through the American Physical Therapy Association and mentor/trainee for Athletic Training students in a college setting.

Along with running, Maggie and her husband enjoy traveling, skiing/snowboarding, and hiking with their Bernese Mountain dog, Lachlan! They are enjoying calling Flagstaff their home and being able to take advantage of everything Northern Arizona has to offer!

Credentials:

  • Certified in the Gratson Technique – Instrument-Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM). The Gratson Technique enables clinicians to effectively address scar tissue and fascial restrictions and maintain optimal range of motion in their patients through comprehensive training and education.