Kristin S. Peters, MS, PT, CHT

Kristin attended Duke University earning her Master’s of Physical Therapy. While her experience is diverse, her focus has been on manual therapies (hands-on treatment). As the Upper Extremity has always been of particular interest, Kristin prepared for and passed a national examination to specialize in Hand Therapy as a PT. She has also been certified in treatment involving dry needling. At TOG, Kristin treats clients with upper extremity complaints as well as of the neck, back and lower extremities.

Kristin enjoys spending time with her family and dog, hiking, gardening and knitting.

Education and Training

  • Bachelor of Arts, Dartmouth College
  • Master of Physical Therapy, Duke University

Additional Certifications

  • Hand Therapy
  • Dry Needling

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Articles by Kristin S. Peters, MS, PT, CHT

When Shoveling Snow, Protect Your Health 

Each winter, with each snowfall, people injure or reinjure themselves while removing snow from walkways and driveways. Using a sturdy well-balanced shovel, wearing appropriate footwear and outerwear, and taking adequate rest periods are important protective measures. But also, the body must be used as it was designed to be used.

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