Todd Bushman completed his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Eastern Washington University in Spokane, Washington. While earning his degree, Todd was awarded the Landon Sorenson Service Award, as well as the Donna J. El-Din Memorial Scholarship and the Charles S. Farrow Scholarship for his service and leadership. Todd played an instrumental role in helping to found a partnership with the Union Gospel Mission homeless shelter as part of a student-led pro bono physical therapy clinic to underserved members of the Spokane community. While in Spokane, Todd spent many hours at the local climbing gym supporting athletes of all abilities as part of the Inland Northwest Adaptive sports program. He looks forward to exploring opportunities to give back to the Bozeman community in similar ways.
Todd is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) with a passion for fitness and trying hard at whatever moves you (literally). He encourages his patients to make healthy lifestyle choices while helping to cultivate confidence in both those who are just beginning their journey, as well as in those seeking out their next steps. Todd will meet you where you are at and include you in the process as you navigate decisions surrounding your physical health. As a member of the Excel Climbing Lab, Todd seeks to continually evolve as a climber and a clinician who can provide rehabilitative care and sound training principles for our local climbing community.
Prior to becoming a Physical Therapist, Todd worked on a Forest Service hotshot crew fighting wildfires in some of the most remote and challenging conditions. Todd understands the various demands that manual laborers, mountain athletes, and even desk jockeys can inflict upon their bodies. Whether dealing with a chronic injury or recovering from a surgery, he strives to find creative ways to enable others to keep moving and moving well.
Todd grew up playing competitive soccer and wrestling year round. While he never strays too far from the wrestling mat, these days he spends as much free time as possible climbing rocks, mountain biking, splitboarding, or hiking with his wife and daughter.
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