Laura Inverarity, PT, DO, is a former writer for Verywell Fit covering physical therapy. Currently, she's a board-certified anesthesiologist in Barrington, Ill. Dr. Inverarity has worked in various facilities, including Rush Medical Center, as a physical therapist. She has experience in multiple settings including intensive care, orthopedics, outpatient, and rehabilitation. With a particular interest in the geriatric population, Dr. Inverarity taught multiple senior exercise classes and provided pre-operative education to patients undergoing joint surgeries. As a clinical instructor, Dr. Inverarity supervised many students training to become physical therapists.
Dr. Inverarity holds the degree of bachelors of science in physical therapy from Northern Illinois University. She has successfully completed many graduate education courses in the areas of rehabilitation and orthopedics. Dr. Inverarity also has completed her doctor of osteopathic degree from the Kansas City University of Medical and Biosciences.
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