Carrie Hall, PT, MHS has been a physical therapist since 1983. She earned her undergraduate degree from Saint Louis University and graduate degree from Washington University in Saint Louis.
Movement Systems Physical Therapy was founded in 1995 by Carrie. Her motivation was to build a clinical practice where she could implement
her philosophical approach toward diagnosis and treatment of movement impairment syndromes. In addition to her clinical practice and continuing education teaching, Carrie has served on several faculties including Washington University in Saint Louis, Northwestern University in Chicago, and University of Washington in Seattle. Her role as University instructor motivated her to take on lead authorship of Therapeutic exercise: Moving Toward Function, completing the first edition in 1999 and the second in 2004. This text is widely used in entry level Masters and DPT programs in both the U.S. and abroad.
Physical therapy can play a pivotal role in prevention and treatment of pre-arthritic hip disease (PAHD), which is a term given to adolescents and young… read more