Hannah Colopy, DPT, specializes in treating patients with orthopedic and sports injuries, and has a special interest in dance medicine and injury prevention. She enjoys working closely with patients of all ages and backgrounds to fully understand their goals, and believes in empowering her patients to take control of their wellness and longevity. She is passionate about incorporating lifestyle medicine principles into her treatment and using a collaborative health team approach to improve patients’ quality of life.
Hannah is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, including the orthopedic and performing arts special interest groups. She is also a member of Seattle Dance and Performing Arts Medicine where she serves on their community outreach and education committee and co-chairs the research committee.
Hannah grew up in the Maryland suburbs of Washington D.C. but spent the last eight years living in North Carolina, earning her doctoral degree in physical therapy from Duke University, and her bachelor degree in kinesiology with a minor in dance from University of North Carolina-Greensboro. She first developed her passion for movement through 18 years of training in classical ballet and contemporary dance. She was also a competitive soccer player, playing through high school varsity and university club levels. Hannah has recently relocated to Seattle and has enjoyed exploring all that the PNW has to offer.