Pamela Ziegenfus, PT
Pam brings more than 30 years’ experience in PT and sports injuries. While at the University of Massachusetts at Lowell, Pam enjoyed playing field hockey and rowing on the crew team. She majored in Physical Therapy and minored in Athletic Training. She knew that she wanted to work with Sports and orthopedic related injuries. At the University of Pennsylvania, Pam worked as an AT/PT on the sidelines with Field Hockey, Football, Men’s track and Men’s and Women’s lacrosse. In her spare time she worked with children, birth to 3 years old, with Pediatric Home Care. In 1993 she and her family relocated to Maine where she worked on the sideline with local high schools for Maine Sports Medicine. During her time there she developed and implemented an Aquatic Physical Therapy program. Prior to coming to OrthoCarolina, she worked in an orthopedic outpatient clinic where she did Ergonomic assessments, hand injuries, and orthopedic rehab with athletes and weekend warriors. She enjoys working with Physical Therapy students as a Clinical instructor and was the CCCE for the clinic. She is certified in Kinesiotaping and Graston IASTM, and trained in Mulligan, Travel, Paris, and Maitland manual therapy techniques. In addition, Pam has been a lecturer for the Arthritis foundation, MS society, and several regional community PT and PTA colleges. Outside of work she loves to spend time with her with her family. She is married with 2 sons.