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Larry 's CV

Bachelor of Arts,
Millersville University

Masters of Science,
Physical Therapy 
University of Miami

Larry Grine, PT, MSPT, ATC, CSCS

Virginia Therapy & Fitness Center, Clinical Director
Physical Therapist

With the unique specialty of orthopaedic manual physical therapy and biomechanical assessment of human movement, Larry works with each patient to provide a thorough, efficient, and successful treatment plan which results in a sustainable solution. In addition to treating orthopaedic and sports injuries, he has a sub-specialty in vestibular conditions treating dizziness and balance symptoms. Larry works with athletes ranging from youth and weekend warriors to professional soccer teams, US Men's World Cup Soccer Team and NFL athletes. Larry co-founded the Mid-Atlantic Physical Therapy Associates (MAPTA), a physical therapy continuing education organization.

Certifications & Training:

  • North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy Levels I-III
  • Jones Strain-Counterstrain, SCS I Spine, SCS II Extremities
  • Active Release Technique: Spine, Upper Extremity, Lower Extremity
  • Kinetacore: Functional Dry Needling I-II
  • Competency-Certified Vestibular Rehabilitation Specialist
  • Certified Athletic Trainer, National Athletic Trainers Association
  • Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist, National Strength & Conditioning Association
  • GravityFit Instructor, Level I-II
  • Functional Movement Systems: SFMA Level I-II

Fun Facts!
Larry LOVES his job here at VTFC! Back in the day, {way, way, way back in the day} Larry was a NCAA athlete. He also has a longstanding reputation of dressing as a Will Ferrell character on Halloween.

Larry 's News & Articles

Leg Length Discrepancy Linked to Lower Back Pain

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