Mali Raisz, PT, is a graduate of Simmons College where she received her Bachelor of Science and Certificate in Physical Therapy in 1988. She has worked in a variety of outpatient clinics focusing on Integrated Manual Therapy. She has worked at Rowe Physical Therapy since 1993.
Mali has an interest in a variety of manual techniques which contributes to an eclectic and whole body approach. Her extensive training has led to an integrated approach including Myofascial Release, Craniosacral Therapy, Visceral Manipulation, Lymph Drainage Therapy, NeuroStructural Therapy, Strain and Counterstrain, Joint Mobilization Muscle Energy Techniques and therapeutic exercise. She integrates these techniques to treat a wide variety of musculoskeletal and neuromuscular dysfunctions, acute or chronic. She also has experience treating conditions such as vertigo, tinnitus, and post-concussive syndrome which are not usually treated in mainstream settings. Mali has an interest in nutritional biochemistry and its relationship to somatic dysfunction.
Mali enjoys being with her family, traveling the world, cooking and reading. She stays physically active through working out, and yoga.