Joshua Bailey, DPT, CSCS
Joshua received his Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise and Sports Science from Colby-Sawyer College, in New London New Hampshire, and his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of New England. During his time at school, Joshua was a member of the Men’s Basketball and Men’s Soccer Teams. Prior to and while completing his Doctorate studies he worked in the fitness industry, managing two fitness centers and fitness programs, one at a resort along the coast of Maine and the second for the University of Southern Maine’s Portland campus.
Previously Joshua has had experience in a hospital based outpatient rehabilitation clinic in Southern Maine and an Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy clinic in Saco, where he treated a variety of patients with post surgical, sports and chronic injuries.
Joshua currently is a member of the Maine Chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association and is also a credentialed clinical instructor through the APTA. Other affiliations include: Member of the Sports and Orthopaedic Sections of the APTA and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Joshua has a great interest in the sport of golf and biomechanics of the golf swing and is both a Titleist Performance Institute Certified Fitness Professional and also is a Certified Level II Medical Professional through TPI.
Joshua joined OA in March of 2010 as a staff clinician in Portland. As an orthopedic specialist his clinical interests include post surgical rehabilitation, sports specific rehabilitation, and assessment of biomechanical abnormalities of the lower extremity and the foot.
Joshua is a native of Central Maine and currently resides is Scarborough with his wife and son, where they enjoy activities such as hiking, cycling, running, and playing golf.
Continuing Education Units :
|SFMA: Selective Functional Movement Assessment: Evidence-Based Clinical Model to Address Regional Interdependence||2012|
|Titleist Performance Institute Level II Medical Professional||2012|
|Graston Technique M1, Michael Arnolt, Jacqueline Shakar||2012|
|Perform Better Fitness Summit||2011|
|Titleist Performance Institute Level I Fitness Professional||2011|
|Examination and Treatment of Running Injuries: OA Centers for Orthopaedics||2011|
|When the Feet Hit the Ground Everything Changes, Part II||2010|
|The First Link in the Chain: The Pelvis, An examination of function and dysfunction||2010|
|Injuries in Youth Sports: Assessment and Treatment of Orthopedic Injuries in Young Athletes: MEDS-PDN||2010|
|Examination in Physical Therapy Practice: Medical Screening as Part of a Differential Diagnosis||2009|
|APTA Clinical Instructor Education and Credentialing Program: Husson University||2009|
|Sports Related Conference on Concussion and Spine Injury: Harvard Medical School/td>||2009|
|New Manual Treatment Approaches to Back Stabilization: Cross Country Education||2009|
|Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy: Lumbo-Sacral Region||2008|
|When the Feet Hit the Ground Everything Changes, Part I||2008|
|Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy: Cervico-Thoracic Spine||2007|
|Motivating People to Be Physically Active||2006|
|Non-Diet Weight Management||2004|
|Weight Control and Eating Disorders||2004|
|Program Design for Personal Trainers: Building Theory into Practice||2002|