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Forever Fit Physical Therapy & Wellness is conveniently located at the intersection of Rt 29 and 198, just minutes from I-95, Columbia, Laurel, Beltsville and Silver Spring. More Info
The first visit will consist primarily of a comprehensive examination. This will include questions about your injury and general medical history. More Info
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Downtown Silver Spring

Sara Richeson, PT, DPT

Clinic Director, Partner

Sara Richeson Harris joined Forever Fit Physical Therapy & Wellness  in 2013 after two years of experience in a variety of settings including outpatient orthopedics and skilled nursing facilities. Sara  was drawn to Forever Fit's mission of quality, personalized care and our passion for making physical therapy accessible and successful for patients of all types.  It is her passion for our mission over time that has led Sara to expand our practice as a partner at our Downtown Silver Spring location.  

Sara graduated with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from University of New England Portland Maine in 2011.  She is currently pursuing her CFMT through the Institute of Physical Art as she has developed a passion for PNF, functional training and providing education and support to those in chronic pain.  Over the last five years she has particularly developed a niche for helping those in chronic pain and with complex musculoskeletal conditions such as Ehrlos-Danlos Syndrome. Dr. Richeson keeps current with the newest developments, guidelines, and procedures in her field by remaining a distinguished member of the American Association of Physical Therapy. Her meticulous approach to patient care, coupled with her dedication to her work, and contributions in this field earned Dr. Sara Richeson, PT, DPT a 2018 Top Doctor Award.

Sara became passionate about physical therapy as a teenage gymnast when physical therapy  helped her recover from three ankle surgeries.  She is very interested in developing an expertise in foot and ankle injuries.  Sara is enthusiastic about injury prevention, especially in the cheerleader and gymnast population with which she is so familiar.