Dina Peganoff - PTA

Dina Peganoff, PTA received her Physical Therapy Assistants degree from the Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA in 1988. In 1997, she received a Bachelors of Arts degree with honors from Barry University, Miami Shores, Florida. She has been working as a PTA for the past 20 years specializing in outpatient orthopedics including sports and work injuries and neurological disorders, with a primary focus on Parkinson's disease, post operative rehabilitation, geriatrics and orthotics/prosthetics. Dina participated in clinical research studies for amputation rehabilitation through the University Of Miami School Of Medicine and is a clinical instructor for physical therapy assistant students. Some of Dina's continuing education training emphasizing manual therapy includes: Mechanical Diagnosis & Therapy of the Lumbar Spine (The McKenzie Institute), Evaluation and Treatment of the Cervical Spine (Dogwood Institute), Comprehensive Treatment of the Shoulder Complex and Treatment of the Lumbar Complex (Great Lakes Seminars). Dina is presently working toward her Integrated Manual Therapy Certification and is certified in Spinal Decompression Treatment. Dina is licensed to practice in Oregon, Washington, Pennsylvania and Florida. Dina enjoys outdoor activities and is a member of the Mount Hood Ski Patrol.