Meghan Durfee, ATC, Certified Personal Trainer
Meghan graduated from the University of Vermont with a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training and became a board certified athletic trainer in 2013. Since graduating, Meghan has worked with athletes at the high school, collegiate and semi-professional level to prevent, manage and rehabilitate acute and chronic injuries. Most recently, she had the opportunity to provide and manage coverage for the UVM club sports program and worked directly with the women’s rugby team. In 2019 Meghan became a Certified Personal Trainer with the American Academy of Sports Medicine.
“I can flex my body now in ways that I have not been able to do in years… I am living a normal life again, paying attention to my limitations, and knowing what exercises to do if I overexert myself. I would highly recommend Meghan to anyone wishing to improve their physical health” -Stephen McGuire
“After my first post-shutdown session with Meghan, I told her “I feel like I’m in control again!” At 72, I started Physical Training for balance, flexibility, muscle tone, and weight loss. I was making great progress when the COVID shutdown hit. Everything stopped. even doing exercises at home! Things began to fall apart fitness-wise. When Cioffredi’s reopened and my first session ended, I was ecstatic – after a year of chaos I felt like I was in control of my life again! This experience reminds me that there are many intangible benefits to working with a trainer. Technical expertise aside, the Trainers bring encouragement, a listening ear, accountability, and most of all HOPE…for a better future through better fitness!” -Harrison Trumbull
“I can not say enough about how professional and knowledgeable both Kate and Meghan have been throughout my treatment. I feel like I should mention they both seemed to giggle at or at least tolerate my terrible jokes which made for some fun training and positive healing. Needless to say, I am a huge fan of Cioffredi and Associates, I can’t thank Kate and Meghan enough for fixing my bad habits and getting me back on the right track. Being an advocate for functional fitness and wanting to fix pain through movement rather than surgery will always have me singing the praises of physical therapy, more specifically my friends at Cioffredi’s.” -Will Rancourt
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