Cash DeWitt is an avid physical therapist and triathlete with a passion for treating overuse injuries. He has personally experienced a number of running, swimming and cycling injuries, and leverages his knowledge and experience to help other athletes stay healthy and achieve their peak performance.
Cash has a strong background in athletics as a soccer player, cross country and track runner, volleyballer, triathlete, and USA Track and Field Level 1 Coach. Prior to attending physical therapy school, Cash coached high school cross country and track and was named 2011 Boys and Girls Seminole District and 2011 Girls Region III Cross Country Coach of the Year in Virginia.
Cash graduated from James Madison University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology and a minor in Coaching and Leadership in 2011. He graduated from Elon University with his Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2014.
His clinical experience includes working with a wide variety of sports, orthopedic, pediatric and neurological conditions from his time working in a hospital-based outpatient clinic in North Carolina and sports medicine clinic in San Diego. Cash completed his Fellowship in Applied Functional Science in 2017 making him one of less than 500 physical therapists trained in the three-dimensional analysis of all functional movements. Cash is also a S.T.A.R. certified therapist making him a first-choice provider for rehabilitation of patient’s before, during, and after their battle with cancer. He completed his Certification in Integrative Dry Needling (CIDN) in 2018 and Certification in Myofascial Decompression (MFDC)in 2019, also known as cupping, to be able to provide a variety of treatment techniques to help clients achieve the best results. Cash is currently working to complete a certification in Mulligan Concept which involves the application of joint mobilization with movement to help clients of all injuries move without pain.