AAOMPT SSIG

Featured Fellow: Ms. Rebecca Lowe, PT, COMT, FAAOMPT, RYT-200

Rebecca Lowe, PT, COMT, FAAOMPT is a 1993 graduate of the University of Maryland at Baltimore Physical Therapy Program. She received her NAIOMT Level III certification in 1998 and Level […]

Residency Corner: SLU-SSM Health Physical Therapy Orthopedic Residency

The Saint Louis University-SSM Health Physical Therapy Orthopedic Residency is an ABPTRFE accredited 52 week post-professional program designed to advance the knowledge, skills, and attributes of licensed physical therapists in […]

Fellowship Corner: The Manual Therapy Institute

MTI was established by expert clinicians, Pieter Kroon and Tim Kruchowsky in 1998. It was recognized by the AAOMPT in 1998 and credentialed by the APTA in 2000. We have […]

Featured Fellow: Dr. Gary Kearns, PT, ScD, OCS, COMT, FAAOMPT

Gary is a 2002 graduate from the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) where he earned his Masters in Physical Therapy. He began his manual therapy training with the […]

Featured Fellow: Dr. Bob Rowe PT, DPT, DMT, MHS, FAAOMPT

Dr. Bob Rowe is the Executive Director of Brooks Institute of Higher Learning (Brooks IHL) within the Brooks Health System located in Jacksonville, FL. His responsibilities includes directing the 6 […]

Featured FiT: Savannah Smith PT, DPT

This week we wanted to bring to you a unique perspective. Savannah is a recent graduate who jumped right into pursuing her Fellowship. Here’s her story. Savannah Smith graduated from […]

An 18-year-old right-hand dominant male presents to an outpatient physical therapy clinic with a physical therapy prescription from an orthopaedic physician to evaluate and treat right shoulder subacromial impingement. The […]

AAOMPT sSIG Elections are now open! Please submit your position statement to us at: aaomptstudentsig@gmail.com Position statements will no longer be accepted after SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29TH, 2017. The election will […]

Anatomy: A Tale of a Bone called Coccyx

Breaking News… the coccyx is no longer a bone that only Women’s Health Specialists are concerned about. ¬†As physical therapists, we spend a significant amount of time treating the spine […]