Sadie Anderson, PT, DPT

Sadie Anderson with a shawl on
Lecturer, Anatomy & Physiology 2
Online Prerequisites for the Health Professions

Dr. Anderson is a physical therapist who has worked extensively in the acute care and chronic pain settings, at both MGH and VA Puget Sound. She received her undergraduate degree in Biology from Bowdoin College, and her DPT from Duke University, in 2011. Since that time, she has worked in clinical practice, specializing in care for individuals with cancer diagnoses, those who have undergone cardiac surgery, and those with complex chronic pain. She enjoys working as a part of a multi-disciplinary team, and collaborating with colleagues in other professions including medicine, psychology, and other allied health disciplines, in order to provide optimal care for veterans with complex chronic pain.

Dr. Anderson also loves being involved with education, and has worked with the IHP as a lecturer since 2014. She also has served as a clinical instructor working with physical therapy students and also mentors medical students and medical residents in her current position.


BA, Biology, Bowdoin College: Brunswick, ME 
DPT, Duke University: Durham, NC