Dr. Caitlin Paskewich

Dr. Caitlin Paskewich

Physical Therapist


Caitie Paskewich, PT, DPT, SCS, CSCS, CIDN


While I am originally from Maryland, my family moved for military assignments, and we now claim New Orleans as home.  I attended Louisiana State University (Geaux Tigers!) for my undergraduate degree and moved to Savannah, GA where I received my doctorate in physical therapy at Armstrong State University. After a childhood of playing soccer, swimming, running, and watching football every weekend, my passion has always revolved around sports. This led me to pursue a sports physical therapy residency and become a certified Sports Clinical Specialist. I have been lucky enough to work with athletes ranging from professional to weekend warriors. My goals are to help all athletes return to the activities they love and help them reach their highest potential.  Outside of work, I never miss an opportunity to travel to new places and photograph beautiful landscapes. My husband and I, along with our two dogs, are excited to explore the PNW. We hope to find new trails to hike and improve our snowboarding skills!


Sports Physical Therapy Residency – Evidence in Motion

Doctor of Physical Therapy – Armstrong State University

Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology –  Louisiana State University

University of Innsbruck [Austria]

Professional Memberships:

APTA, Sports Section

National Strength and Conditioning Association

Selected Accomplishments/Awards/Accolades:

Associate Professor for Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center

NSCA Women’s Scholarship Winner

Specialized Certifications:

Board certified Sports Clinical Specialist (SCS)
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)
Pre/Post surgical rehab
Sports Injury rehab
Orthopedic rehab
Certified Integrative Dry Needling
Clinical Instructor
Emergency Medical Responder

Beyond Therapy:

love hiking and have hiked a 14er. I love trivia especially cash cab and jeopardy.

Personal Quote:

“There may be people that have more talent than you, but there’s no excuse for anyone to work harder than you do.”– Derek Jeter