Elite Rehab and Sports Therapy is a therapist owned outpatient physical therapy practice. We pride ourselves on providing individualized treatment in a one on one setting. Your treatment plan is always based on your unique goals. We utilize a variety of techniques including trigger point dry needling and the Graston Technique.
Our goal is to get you back participating in those activities that bring passion and enjoyment to your life. We are active in the community working with various youth sports teams, the Merrimack Girl Scouts, The Merrimack Chamber of Commerce, and In the Net Sports Academy.
Meryl Sullivan, DPT, Cert. VRS, Cert DN Owner
Meryl Completed her Bachelor’s in Allied Health and Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Simmons College. She is passionate about working with youth sports programs to reduce injuries, provide coaches trainings, and ensure that kids return to sports safely after injury. Meryl has experience treating chronic pain, work related injuries, sports medicine, concussion management, post-operative rehabilitation, and a variety of orthopedic conditions. She is a Graston provider and is trained in trigger point dry needling. Meryl teaches Kinesiology taping and movement assessment nationally, and utilizes the movement model of rehabilitation with her patients to restore them to their highest level of function.
In her free time Meryl enjoys spending time with her friends and family. Watching her daughter and step-sons grows and learn is a favorite past time. She enjoys gardening, skiing and doing stained glass.
Michelle Cook, PTA, CPT
Michelle graduated from Becker College with an Associates Degree in 1994 as a Physical Therapist Assistant. She has worked in various settings including sports orthopedics throughout New England. She also moved to Southern California to develop an Aquatics Program in 2002.
Her passion for physical activity and her desire to get people back to their previous lifestyles led her to a career as a PTA. Her skill set consist of sports orthopedics/medicine, post operative care, chronic pain, aquatics & work-related injuries. She is Graston Certified & utilizes cupping, kinesiology taping & a lot of manual work into her treatments.
She wrote an article on Retro Training back in 2012 encouraging a “mechanical re-set” without joint compression – a clever adjunct to any exercise level.
She enjoys spending time with her wonderfully blended family of five as well as a couple of fur babies. She’s an avid Mountain Biker, ATV’er, Skier & Snowmobiler as well as Hiking & Gardening.