First known as Bodyworks Mobile Massage, I began my massage therapy career in 2008 as a traveling therapist with a Subaru and a massage table. With a desire to serve more clients in the Central PA area, Sport Performance Therapy was founded in 2013.

Sport Performance Therapy was founded on the principle that movement is medicine. The body is assessed as a whole, not as pieces in pain. A variety of modalities are used to assist in recovery of soft tissue injuries, improve posture, increase body awareness and mobility, and allow you to live a more pain free life. The goal is to help each client return to their fullest functioning level after an injury, maintain current functional levels and decrease pain and overall stress.

I welcome you to join me on a journey of a forever evolving approach to treatment. An approach that doesn’t chase pain, but instead addresses compensatory patterns to unwind rooted issues and allow the client more space to stand taller, breathe easier and move more efficiently.


Megan Kerstetter, LMT, BCTMB

Owner of Sport Performance Therapy, LLC
Licensed Massage Therapist – PA #610
Board Certified in Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork – USA #773306

United States Olympic Committee | 2015 – Present
Sports Medicine Staff
Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center Medical Staff Rotation
USA Track & Field 2015 Outdoor National Championships – Eugene, Oregon
USA Swimming 2017 College Challenge – Los Angeles, California
USA Swimming 2018 TYR Pro Meet – Columbus, Ohio
USA Swimming 2018 Short Course World Championships – Hangzhou, China
USA Swimming 2019 TYR Pro Meet – Clovis, California
USA Swimming 2019 Pan American Games – Lima, Peru
USA Swimming 2019 TYR Pro Meet – Greensboro, North Carolina

Penn State University | 2013 – Present
Athletic Medicine – Team Massage Therapist

Mt. Nittany Institute of Natural Health | State College, PA
Certified Massage Therapist

American Military University | Charles Town, WV
Real Estate Property Management 2019
B.S. Health and Sport Science, Exercise Science – 09/2018 – Present

Active Fascial Release
Kinesiology Taping
Structural Integration
Myofascial Release
Neuromuscular Therapy
Myofascial Decompression
Manual Ligament Therapy
Fascial Distortion Model
Reflexive Performance Reset
Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization
Laboratories of Anatomical Enlightenment Cadaver Dissections
American Heart Association – Basic Life Support + First Aid
USADA HealthPro Anti-Doping – Stanford Medicine
Ethics in Sports Massage – AMTA/NCBTMB
Mandated Child Abuse Reporting – University of Pittsburgh
Annual Injury Prevention Symposium – Steadman Clinic
USA Swimming Annual Sports Medicine + Science Symposium



At Sport Performance Therapy, we create individualized treatment plans using a combination of postural and movement assessments, structural bodywork, and various other techniques. We treat existing injuries, provide preventative maintenance, and educate our clients about their bodies. We aim to increase range of motion, flexibility, function, and focus, so you can train, compete and live life to your greatest potential.