Rob Satriano PT, DPT, CMTPT, MLDT, CFFT holds a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from University of MD School of Medicine and Master’s in Teaching from The University of Notre Dame of MD. Upon earning his DPT, Dr. Satriano pursued extensive training in Myofascial Release, Functional Movement, Rehabilitative Pilates, and Craniosacral therapy.
In 2015, he was a founding member of Capital Integrative Health in Washington, DC and opened a private practice in Sedona, AZ. His clinic specializes in the treatment of chronic pain patients and those with hip/spinal dysfunction. Dr. Satriano currently works with U.S. Special Forces and HALO teams in Washington, DC, and Arizona.
Dr. Satriano is an International Physical Therapist with Phoenix Rising for Haiti and teaches Manual Therapy techniques and methodology of sustainable healthcare to Haitian Therapists. He has worked backstage with performing artists at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. and as a guest lecturer at University of MD School of Medicine.
As a former chronic pain patient himself, Dr. Satriano has undergone extensive rehabilitation to heal from chronic hip dysfunction. After trigger point dry needling dramatically aided his own healing, he diligently began coursework and eventually earned his CMTPT from Myopain Seminars. He is recognized as a specialized practitioner of dry needling by the Maryland Board of Physical Therapy Examiners.
Currently, he serves on the faculty at Myopain Seminars. He enjoys teaching the science and techniques to other health care professionals around the country.