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my name is
Meagan O'Neill 

I have loved kids my entire life and knew from an early age I wanted to have a career involving kids. In high school I worked at a summer camp for children with disabilities and that’s when I really found out about the world of pediatric physical therapy.


I studied at Sacred Heart University and received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a Master of Science in Physical Therapy. I have been practicing pediatric physical therapy since 2004 and over the years I have collected countless hours of continuing education in a variety of topics.

In 2020, I became a children’s yoga teacher through Kidding Around Yoga and a Certified Infant Massage Instructor. Most of my career has been working in early intervention  or outpatient therapy with the pediatric population. I really enjoy working with children and their families to make a positive impact and empower those families to make informed decisions for their children.

In addition to always wanting to work with children, I have always wanted to be a mother. In 2018, my husband Evan and I welcomed our only son, Duke. Duke was born in Charleston, South Carolina where Evan and I moved just one week after getting married in 2017. Today, our family lives in Ipswich, MA with our dog, Grady. We love living by the ocean and enjoy trips to the beach as often as possible.  



Master of Science in Physical Therapy

Bachelor of Science in Psychology

Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CT



  • Neurological & neuromotor impairments

  • Torticollis & Plagiocephaly

  •  DMI, Spinal Stimulation , FES, TASES

  • TOTS (tethered oral tissues)

  • Other diagnosis affecting Gross Motor Development

  • Gross Motor Delays

Continuing Education Courses

  • Tongue ties, breastfeeding and the lactation savvy therapist

  • Posture and torso alignment for Pediatric Neuromotor training (Theratogs)

  • NDT facilitation techniques Infants

  • Total Motion Release & torticollis

  • TOTs Trained (Tethered Oral tissues)

  • Pediatric Core Strengthening 

  • Pediatric Therapeutic taping

  • Universal Design in the Community 

  • Dynamic Movement Intervention Level B

  • TASES, FES, Spinal Stimulation

  • Constraint Induced Movement Therapy

  • Visual Impairment Strategies for Children

  • Home Safety Modifications

  • Equipment Decision Making

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