Certification: Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Practice Philosophy: I focus on improving quality of life and function for my patients and their families. Part of my role is to help focus on improving quality of life and function for my patients and their families. Part of my role is to help coordinate care among providers, focusing on ways to help kids reach their goals. The other part, is educating families about resources and options to help them make informed decisions. I look forward to building positive relationships with each family in my care.
Professional School: Wright State University - Boonshoft School of Medicine
Residency: Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago/Northwestern McGaw School of Medicine
Fellowship: University of Washington/Seattle Children's Hospital
Megan Flanigan, MD, specializes in pediatric physical medicine and rehabilitation. She diagnoses and tailors treatment options for children experiencing a wide array of acute and chronic medical conditions. Becoming a doctor was a natural choice for Dr. Flanigan, whose mother was a pediatric oncology nurse. Rehabilitation became a passion after she experienced being a patient in her own childhood. Away from work, she enjoys spending time with family hiking, camping and cheering on the Sounders and the Seahawks.