Meet Anna

Pelvic health and Orthopedic physical therapy

Dr. Anna Burns is joining Infinite Potential Physical Therapy and Wellness starting November 7th. She will be taking appointments for our new Pelvic Health Program starting on November 7th.

Welcome Anna!

I am beyond excited to join Dr. Loni at Infinite Potential PT and Wellness.  We are former colleagues and while commuting together to Cambridge from Quincy, hatched a crazy plan to join forces to bring both high-level orthopedics and pelvic health to the South Shore.  Finally, that crazy plan is being realized!

A little bit about me: I grew up in Wellesley, MA and went the whole 3.5 miles away to Wellesley College.  After that, I moved to Nashville, TN, where I worked in the music industry for 4 years before deciding that I help more people with physical therapy.  I then went to Duke University, where I earned my Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2010.

It was during that time that I learned what the pelvic floor is and how central it is to a person’s function and sense of self.  Since then, I have been absolutely fascinated not only by the difference that pelvic floor therapy can make in a patient’s life, but also by the complete lack of information we ever have about our pelvic floors.

After Duke, I moved to Portland, OR, where I practiced for 3 years before returning to the Boston area in 2013.  I have worked both at Massachusetts General Hospital as well as Joint Ventures in Cambridge, where I helped develop the pelvic health program, adding 6 more pelvic health therapists to their ranks.

Now I return to the South Shore, closer to home. I live in Quincy with my husband.  I enjoy cooking, birdwatching, photography, crafting, gardening, and music (especially country).  I look forward to meeting you and am happy to answer any questions (no matter how silly or stupid) about pelvic health.

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