Dr. Marnie Hartman

Marnie earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Loma Linda University. She worked broadly in Sports and Orthopedics and gained extensive training in Manual and Orthopedic Rehabilitation from Kaiser Permanente Residency Program. She is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and 200 hour Vinyasa Yoga Teacher working toward her 500 hour training. In 2005, Marnie abandoned the glamorous world of Sports Rehabilitation in Southern California for a simple life and difficult practice in the bush of Alaska. Since this transition she has become highly trained in treating patients with persistent pain. Using Therapeutic Neuroscience Education with patients and medical providers, the epidemic of pain has changed for the better in Haines, Alaska where she continues to live and work as the sole Physical Therapist. Outside physical therapy, you can find Marnie standing on her hands or teaching in a yoga studio, trail running with her wonder dog or hunting and gathering the wilds of Alaska.