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More about Dr. Rashi Anand
Dr. Rashi Anand is passionate about improving the overall well-being and quality of life of her clients. A former athlete and a dancer, Rashi has experienced her fair share of injuries both on the field and on the stage. She acknowledges that living with pain is a nuisance on many levels, however, she advocates to provide the best care to her clients to ultimately live with less pain and optimize life experiences.
Dr. Anand completed her Orthopaedic Physical Therapy residency at the Johns Hopkins Medicine and the George Washington University after earning her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2021 from the George Washington University. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Biology with a minor in Dance from Franklin and Marshall College in 2018.
- 2022: Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Residency, Johns Hopkins Medicine and the George Washington University
- 2021: Doctorate of Physical Therapy, The George Washington University
- 2018: Bachelor of Arts, Franklin and Marshall College
Dr. Anand earned advanced certification as a board-certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) in 2023 to demonstrate expertise in the field of Physical Therapy orthopedics, and to provide superior care for her clients. She also has training in dry needling, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization, kinesiotaping and rigid taping techniques, as well as gait analysis as related to the decrease in functional mobility.
Dr. Anand is an orthopedic physical therapist with experience in the treatment of numerous orthopedic conditions and in the treatment of chronic pain, sports rehabilitation, and performing arts, specifically dancers. Dr. Anand has worked closely with orthopedic surgeons to address pre-operative and post-operative care and return-to-sport/activity protocol.
Rashi is an active soul with passion for sports, dance, yoga, hiking, and anything that really involves movement. She additionally enjoys meditation and is certified in level 1 Reiki to continue to understand the deep connection between the mind and the body. Additionally, in her free time, Rashi enjoys choreographing performances for local shows and festivals.