Matt Heyliger, physical therapist with Excel Physical Therapy of Bozeman and Manhattan, recently completed a Level III Advanced Lower Quadrant Integration course with an emphasis on integrating biomechanical assessment of the lumbosacral region, hip, knee, foot and ankle. The course follows the respected North American Institute for Orthopedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT) program for advanced certification training. Key concepts studied during this four-day intensive course, held in Seattle, included advanced clinical reasoning and assessment approaches and integrated manual therapy and join manipulation approaches for complex biomechanical presentations.
Community Education Series | Free & Open to the Public
Wednesday, October 5, 2016
Bozeman Public Library
Large Community Room
seating limited to first 100 attendees
Presented by David Coletta, MPT, CMPT
What You Will Learn:
- Learn why your posture matters, how it can lead to health concerns, and what you can do to improve yours now.
- Please bring your older kids! Learning to optimize posture at an early age can have life changing results.
- With the popularity of personal electronic devices, poor posture is an increasing problem. People of all ages are at risk for developing a multitude of musculoskeletal problems, including neck pain, back pain, headaches, shoulder impingement, elbow tendonitis, thoracic outlet syndrome, TMD, etc.
- Bring your questions! Q&A with David Coletta, MPT, CMPT during and after the talk.
David Coletta, MPT, CMPT specializes in the treatment of back and neck pain, spinal issues, whiplash, headaches, TMJ/jaw pain, postural dysfunctions and professional bike fitting. As the founding owner of Excel Physical Therapy, David established Excel PT in 2001 on the principles of specialization, advanced education and customer service. He enjoys finding long-term solutions for his patients — solutions that involve a fine-tuned combination of manual manipulative therapy and a targeted exercise program that address even the most difficult patient presentations.
Excel Physical Therapy is proud to sponsor the 2016 Bozeman Marathon. Best wishes for a great race and thanks to all of the volunteers!
Excel Physical Therapy Community Education Series | Free & Open to the Public
“Injury Prevention and Safe Training Strategies for Climbers”
presented by Matt Heyliger, DPT
Monday, September 12, 2016 | 6:30-8:00pm
Bozeman Public Library Community Room
What You Will Learn:
Excel Physical Therapy is proud to sponsor Blitzz FC’s Yellowstone Kick-off Classic Soccer Tournament this Labor Day weekend, September 3-4, 2016. Our physical therapy team will be at the field injury tent with ice and help for any player injuries or screening needs. Welcome soccer teams, players and families to Bozeman! Have a great tournament!
Hey Mamas! Ready to run after baby arrives? Although the current guidelines suggest that returning to activity post-partum is safe 6 weeks after natural delivery and 8 weeks after cesarean section, here are some things to consider before jumping back into your running program:
Excel PT is proud to sponsor the 2016 Sweet Pea Run 5K and 10K. The Sweet Pea Run is a Bozeman running tradition! Learn more about how to run in this year’s race by clicking here!
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