Meet the Pawleys Island Team

Physical Therapists

Shanna Currier

Shanna Currier

DPT, CKTP, CGFI (Director)

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Shanna has been the Director of our south clinic in Pawleys Island since its inception in 2013. She moved to Pawleys, from Maine, with her husband Doug in 2004 and welcomed their beautiful son, Christian, in 2013. Shanna is a manual-based therapist using a variety of techniques including manipulation, functional dry needling, sports medicine, Kinesiotaping, scoliosis de-rotation and McKenzie approach. Shanna went to University of Maryland; where she was a Division 1 softball player, for her undergrad in Kinesiological Sciences and then went on to receive her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Simmons College, in Boston, in 2003.

Elizabeth Gibson

Elizabeth Gibson

MS PT, CWcHP

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Elizabeth is from Georgetown, SC. She received her Bachelors of Science degree in biology from Davidson College in NC, and went on to earn a dual-degree of Masters Degree in Health Sciences/Physical Therapy and BS in Physical Therapy from the Medical University of South Carolina in 1999. She resides in Pawleys Island with her husband and 2 children, who keep her busy with soccer, lacrosse, and art. She joined Low Country in 2011, after working for Three Rivers Therapy and Georgetown Hospital System.

Gretchen Hafner

Gretchen Hafner

DPT

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Originally from St. Mary’s County, Maryland (SOMD), she recently moved to Pawleys Island after being hired to join the LCPT team. Gretchen attended Lebanon Valley College in Annville, PA for her BS in Health Science and minor in Psychology and continued on to complete her doctorate of physical therapy, graduating in May 2016.

After years of playing field hockey and lacrosse in high school and college she has now become an avid runner, participating in multiple racing events of various distances throughout the year. Still on her bucket list is to complete a full marathon and sprint triathlon.

Gretchen is excited to explore and enjoy all that the low country area has to offer while starting her career as a physical therapist.