Alpine Physical Therapy is a pipeline for the newest and most effective physical therapy treatment approaches. Although Montana only requires 20 contact hours every two years of continuing education to maintain physical therapy licensure, our PTs far surpass that requirement every year.
The shear volume of advanced course work undertaken by our team of eight physical therapists ensures that we stay on the front edge of all that’s new in our field.
Last week, I attended a course on Spinal Manipulation in Portland, Oregon. Course instructor Dr. James Dunning, DPT, MSc Manip Ther, MSPT, OCS, MTC, MAACP, MCSP, MMACP, presented the latest research evidence, along with powerfully effective clinical techniques on the use of spinal manipulation for a host of spine conditions.
The course was attended by 25 physical therapists, most of whom live and work in the northwest. Participants commented over and again that the techniques and information learned were incredibly helpful and will make a major impact in our clinical effectiveness.
Attending this course has heightened my ability to help people with pain, particularly those with headaches, as well as neck and low back pain.
For more information about the course, the institute, and the presenter, visit www.spinalmanipulation.org.
And be sure to visit our website for a list of all the courses our therapists have attended by clicking here.