Hannah Enochs, PT, DPT
Dr. Hannah Enochs is a 2013 graduate of Ball State University where she received a BS in in Exercise Science with a minor in dance performance. In 2016, she graduated from the Indiana University School of Health and Rehabilitation Science’s Doctorate of Physical Therapy program. In 2017, she completed the Orthopaedic Clinical Residency Program with University of Indianapolis and Body One, and in 2018 she became recognized by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialists as a certified specialist in orthopedic physical therapy.
During physical therapy school, Dr. Enochs participated in research comparing the effectiveness of structured exercise and yoga programs for veterans with chronic pain and fibromyalgia. She also served as research chair for IU Student Outreach Clinic, a free inter-professional student-run clinic that helps meet the needs of the underserved in the near east side of Indianapolis. In addition to volunteering at the clinic, she studied student attitudes toward civic engagement, as well as interdisciplinary relationships at the clinic.
Dr. Enochs enjoys treating all orthopaedic conditions, and is particularly interested in treating prenatal and postpartum musculoskeletal conditions, women’s health conditions, and jaw pain. She is certified in Graston Technique and performs dry needling, two extremely effective options for managing scar tissue, muscle dysfunction and fascial restrictions.
Hannah also participates in the Indiana Chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association and is currently serving as the Vice Chair of the Central District and Service Committee co-chair for the state.
In her free time she enjoys exploring Indianapolis, spending time with family, running, practicing yoga, and engaging in events with her local community.
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