Tracy Beck graduated from Duquesne University in 1998 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Health Sciences, followed by a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy in 1999. After practicing in outpatient pediatrics and early intervention in the D.C. area for several years, she moved to south Louisiana and began working in outpatient orthopedics, treating adults and children with musculoskeletal issues. A move to Detroit found Tracy working closely with an orthopedic surgeon, and now her time in Cleveland has led to the creation of Connected Physical Therapy and Wellness.

Tracy has completed extensive continuing education in manual therapy techniques for the spine through the University of St. Augustine, myofascial work through Anatomy Trains, shoulder treatment through Partridge Seminars, and foot mechanics and orthotics prescription. She has completed the highest level of training available in Primal Reflex Release Technique (PRRT) from Superspine, Inc, and she is certified in Level 1 Fascial Movement Taping through RockTape. Her work with the Stretch to Win Institute has resulted in certifications as a Level 3 Medical Certified Fascial Stretch Specialist and LifeStretch Instructor. Additionally, Tracy works as a Teaching Assistant for Fascial Stretch Therapy courses with the Stretch to Win Institute. Her favorite challenge is combining a variety of techniques into the right formula to help a client achieve wellness.

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