Ramona Pedemonte graduated from the University of Connecticut in 1986 with a B.S. in Physical Therapy, after which she worked at Manchester Memorial Hospital in Connecticut for 5 years. At Manchester, Memorial Ramona performed both in- and outpatient care including acute care, surgical rehab, wound care, orthopedic and sports rehabilitation, and cardiac rehab.
She then moved to Rhode Island for six years with her husband and was employed at Rhode Island Group Health Association (now Harvard Pilgrim Health Care), a staff-model HMO, focusing her treatment expertise toward orthopedic rehabilitation and manual therapy.
Ramona, her husband, and two young sons moved to Germany in late 1997, and then to North Carolina in June of 2000, at which time she home-schooled her sons for several years. Ramona joined the staff at Indian Trail Chiropractic & Rehab., P.A. in 2006. She has taken numerous continuing education courses during her career, focusing on orthopedics and manual therapy. She specializes in both acute and chronic, orthopedic and surgical rehab of the spine and extremities, using manual therapy, rehabilitative exercise, Total Motion Release, and Graston Technique.