Krysia Witkowski, MPT, CIMT
University of Virginia, 1994
Sports Medicine, Psychology
Emory University School of Medicine, 1997
Master of Physical Therapy
Connecticut School of Integrative Manual Therapy, 2009
Certified Integrative Manual Therapist
Krysia Witkowski is a Master of Physical Therapy and the founder of INTEGRATIVE Manual Therapy and Wellness. Krysia received her undergraduate degree in Sports Medicine and Psychology from The University of Virginia with high honors. She then went on to receive her Master of Physical Therapy degree from Emory University School of Medicine. Krysia worked as an athletic trainer at the University of Virginia, went to massage school while at UVA, and was also on the Blue Ridge Mountains Search and Rescue volunteer team as all these fed her interests and helped prepare her to be a physical therapist.
Ms. Witkowski has completed over 2,000 hours of continuing education in many integrative rehabilitative therapies including: osteopathic and visceral mobilization; men’s and women’s health issues; rehabilitation Pilates; Kinesiotaping; joint biomechanics;
gait analysis, foot biomechanics, and orthotics; cranial, nerve, and lymph manual therapies; wound care; orthopedics/sports medicine; Postural Restoration, and many other forms of therapeutic exercise and neuromuscular re-education. Krysia is a Certified Polestar Pilates for Rehabilitation instructor and loves to teach others about manual therapy.
Krysia opened INTEGRATIVE in 2003 in an effort to fulfill her desire to provide quality, skilled care as a therapist while also being a mom to two active (and amazing) kids. And still today, Krysia works and leads with a service and growth mindset; she eagerly continues her pursuit of advanced skills to provide the best care possible. Through her passion to serve and her dedication to continuous advancement, Krysia has created a wonderful team of caring therapists at INTEGRATIVE.