Complete Motion Therapy
Serving the greater Winston-Salem Area
Complete Motion Therapy is owned by experienced Physical Therapist, Bethany Harry. Bethany has been a dedicated physical therapist in the greater Winston-Salem area since 2004. A graduate of Marquette University, Bethany brings over 10 years of clinical therapy experience to Complete Motion Therapy.
She was a Division 1 cross country and track athlete and continues to be an active cyclist, swimmer, and runner. As a result, she understands how important it is to be able to participate in athletic and physical endeavors to live life to the fullest. Bethany is a lifelong athlete and is passionate about restoring a functional, active and pain free lifestyle.
In addition to her PT professional experience, she has pursued licenses in both massage therapy and dry needling therapy to provide the most complete care available. Her goal is to keep you in the best possible physical condition, or to get you back to your best self.
She is a member of the American Massage Therapy Association and has been published in the Journal of Critical Care Medicine. Most recently Bethany was a lecturer at the Total Joint Symposium in October 2016.
Bethany has extensive outpatient orthopedic experience, both surgical and non-surgical. She has dry needled patients from ages 14 to 83, and continues to work with patients that have sport related injuries, post-surgical pain, acute pain, and long term pain.
- Wake Forest Baptist Health, Davie Medical Center, Outpatient Orthopedic Physical Therapist
- BreakThrough Physical Therapy, Private Practice Orthopedic Physical Therapist
- Novant Health, Whitaker Rehabilitation Center – Orthopedic Physical Therapist
- North Carolina Baptist Hospital, Staff Physical Therapist
- Marquette University: Master of Physical Therapy
- Marquette University: Bachelor of Science, Biomedical Science
- Forsyth Technical Community College: Diploma, Therapeutic Massage
- North Carolina Board of Physical Therapy Licensure – License #9742
- North Carolina Board of Massage and Bodywork Therapy Licensure – License #9146
- · Goad AJ, Thompson JC, Taylor KM, Harry BJ, Morris PE. A mobility protocol reduced hospital length of stay independent of baseline BMI < 18-45. Poster Presentation, AACN Meeting, Atlanta 2007.
- · Morris PE, Holbrook A, Thompson C, Taylor K, Harry B, Ross A, Anderson L, Baker S, Penley L, Sanchez M, Dixon L, Howard A, Passmore L. A mobility protocol for acute respiratory failure patients delivered by an ICU mobility team shortens hospital stay. Crit Care Med 2007; 34:A20.