PMC | Courtney Young
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Courtney Young


Courtney graduated from Springfield College with a Bachelor of Science degree and a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy. Additionally, Courtney has a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Simmons College. Courtney brings 15 years of pediatric rehabilitation experience to her role of Director of Operations of the Pediatric Movement Center (PMC). She has worked in a variety of settings including: a neonatal intensive care unit, a pediatric rehab hospital (focusing on NICU graduates, infants and toddlers with significant medical needs) and in outpatient pediatric clinics. She has a strong interest in the rehabilitation of the medically fragile child, and fulfilling Equipment needs (wheelchairs, standers, seating systems, adapted bath equipment, specialized tricycles). When Courtney is not treating a patient, you’ll likely find her organizing educational opportunities for the PMC team, investigating new research and treatments and overseeing daily clinical operations.


Courtney has always had a strong desire to work in the Pediatric field. She loves the collaboration with families, and the motivation children demonstrate. Courtney believes that there is nothing better than seeing a child accomplish a goal and experience the feeling of accomplishment! Courtney enjoys working at the Pediatric Movement Center because “the children I work with continue to teach me new skills everyday. I am so thankful for the opportunity to learn from them.”