Sarah Luin, PT, DPT, PRC, grew up right here in Austin, Texas. As a competitive soccer player, she sustained a knee injury at the age of 13, and underwent 3 surgeries and several rounds of physical therapy. Her injury and subsequent recovery spurred her to pursue a career in physical therapy, and her keen interest in working with the pediatric population is a direct result of her own experience in the rehabilitation process as an adolescent. Sarah enjoys tailoring each treatment session to fit the patient’s needs, as no two patients are the same. She has a passion for educating patients and their families about their diagnosis, how to fix it, and prevent future injury. Sarah holds a certification through the Postural Restoration Institute which focuses on postural adaptations and asymmetrical patterns in the body. Sarah loves to stay active with outdoor activities like running Town Lake, road cycling, hiking the Greenbelt, and experiencing all that Austin has to offer. Sarah graduated with her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from The University of Texas at El Paso, and received her undergraduate degree in Biology and Exercise Sports Science from Austin College, located in Sherman, Texas.