Megan Cutter, DPT

Megan Cutter, DPT

Megan Cutter, PT, DPT, is a licensed physical therapist with a clinical doctoral degree in physical therapy. Her clinical experience includes treating clients with post-surgical, spinal dysfunctions, and sports injuries. Clinically, she enjoys working with athletes, rehabbing ACL injuries and rehabilitating overuse injuries. She is certified in dry needling and blood flow restriction training. She joined Spectrum Orthopaedics in 2016 and is the Physical Therapy Manager in Windham. 

“The thing I love about being a physical therapist is being part of the process that gets people back to their normal routine and the things they love to do.”

Licenses & Certifications

Licensed physical therapist

Professional Memberships

American Physical Therapy Association

Education & Training

St. Joseph’s College, BSc, Standish, ME

University of New England, DPT, Biddeford, ME


Megan enjoys sports, such as running, skiing, and hiking

Publication in the Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy, 2016

Continuing Education Units

Hip & Knee: Complex Understanding for Simple Solutions. 2019 

Mckenzie Method, Part A. 2019 

Blood Flow Restriction Training, Owen’s Recovery Science. 2019 

Boston Sports Medicine Symposium, 2018

Functional Dry Needling, Level 1, 2018

Examination and Treatment of Running Injuries, Bryan Heiderscheit, PT, PhD, 2018

Mulligan Concept – Lower Quadrant, Amy Bennett, PT, MTCA

The Shoulder & Knee Course, What They Don’t Teach You In School: New Edition, Kevin Wilk, PT, DPT, FAPTA, 2017

Comprehensive Treatment of the Shoulder, Kimberly Kollwelter, DPT, OCS, STC, CSCS, 2017

Graston Technique M1 and M2, 2016

When The Feet Hit the Ground… Everything Changes, 2016

MT-1 Maitland Australian Essential Peripheral Seminar, 2015

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