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Noelle Budzyn, PT, DPT, CMTPT
Orthopaedics, Dry Needling
Noelle joined Greensboro Orthopaedics in 2016. As a physical therapist, she specializes in evaluation & treatment of patients with orthopedic injuries, conditions, and dysfunction. Previously, she worked in the outpatient orthopaedic setting in Detroit, MI at the Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan. In Detroit, Noelle gained experience treating patients suffering acute & chronic pain. She designed and implemented aquatic therapy treatment protocols to best care for her patients. She has coaching experience in swimming that spans from entry level to national collegiate swimmers.
Noelle has a strong athletic background. She was a competitive national swimmer from early childhood through her collegiate career at the University of Michigan. Noelle competed at the highest level and cultivated her interest in the study of human movement and rehabilitation. Noelle spent time as a swim coach for Club Wolverine and the University of Michigan prior to graduate school.
Noelle received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She focused her doctoral project on the prevention of shoulder injuries in competitive swimmers. Since joining Greensboro Orthopaedics, Noelle has completed intense training of trigger point dry needling therapy through Myopain Seminars. Her coursework incorporated a strong pain science perspective and used current scientific literature to support & guide treatment. She is certified as a myofascial trigger point therapist (CMTPT). Noelle is also certified in Personalized Blood Flow Restriction. Noelle invests time, energy, and resources into every patient to ensure their best possible outcome. Her dedication to both her patients and profession are exceptional.