Hey, I'm Dr. Hanna!
Dr. Hanna Sattler (formerly Schenkman) is the founder and co-owner of OTB Physical Therapy with her husband, Dr. Jesse Sattler! OTB was designed to prioritize individualized patient care and cater towards the patient's goals, leading to the best outcomes in the area.
Read below to learn more about Dr. Hanna!
About Dr. Hanna Sattler, PT, DPT
Dr. Hanna Sattler is a physical therapist whose passion lies in sports orthopedics, although she truly enjoys treating all individuals in the outpatient setting. She has experience treating athletes of all levels, from pediatric to professional, and sports ranging from football, lacrosse and soccer, to dancing, swimming, Olympic weightlifting, and CrossFit.
Dr. Hanna received her Bachelors in Science from Ramapo College of New Jersey where she also swam competitively. She was in their "3+3" Physical Therapy Program with Rutgers University (formerly UMDNJ) where she received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Here is where she met Dr. Jesse Sattler, Co-Owner of the practice.
Her post-doctorate training and certifications include:
Graston Technique (IASTM)
Cert DN (Dry Needling)
McKenzie Method: Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment of spinal conditions
Functional Movement Taping through RockTape
Functional Range Conditioning Mobility Specialist
Active Release Technique (ART)
Functional Movement Systems (FMS & Y-Balance)
Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) 1 & 2
Other training & certifications include:
Adult & Pediatric CPR, AED & First Aide Certified
Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)
CrossFit Level 1 Trainer
Dr. Hanna is constantly attending courses and continuing her education to provide the best evidence based practice for her patients. Her true passions lies in the gap between rehab and strength & conditions and believes that they lie on the same spectrum that is commonly misunderstood by both medical and fitness professionals.
With Out of the Box thinking and individualized treatments, Dr. Schenkman believes she can help bridge that gap to decrease the rate of recurring injuries and get patients back to the activities they love.