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Noah Harrison, PT, CMP

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Noah Harrison, PT, DPT, CMP, is a licensed physical therapist with a clinical doctoral degree in physical therapy. He specializes in the rehabilitation of acute, recurrent and chronic musculoskeletal injuries, both in their post-surgical and non-surgical managements. He has been with OA since 2011.

Being an active, involved part in the recoveries of all the folks I work with is something I consider to be a great honor. My focus is on restoring pain-free, durable movement patterns and broadening the individual’s understanding of their body and situation. My goal with every person is to not only return them to their previous level of function, but to also give them the tools and insight to prevent future issues and gain ownership of their bodies going forward.”

Licenses & Certifications

  • Licensed physical therapist
  • Certified Mulligan practitioner
  • Graston Technique certified

Professional Memberships

  • American Association of Physical Therapists

Education & Training

  • University of New England, BS, Biddeford, ME
  • University of New England, DPT

Continuing Education Units

  • Impingement & Instability. Postural Restoration Institute. James Anderson, 2016
  • APTA Maine State Spring Seminar (Presenter), 2016
  • Sequencing and Exercise Progression of Postural Restoration Activities. Michael Mullin, 2016
  • Mulligan Concept: Functional Examination & Treatment of the SIJ & Pubic Symphysis. Mark Oliver, Brian Mulligan, 2016
  • Maine NSCA State Clinic (Presenter), 2016
  • Building the Ultimate Back. Stuart McGill, 2015
  • Postural Respiration: An Integrated Approach to Treatment of Patterned Thoraco-Abdominal Pathomechanics. Postural Restoration Institute. Mike Cantrell, 2015
  • Management of Lumbopelvic Disorders utilizing Thrust Manipulation. Josh Cleland, PT, PhD, 2015
  • Mulligan Concept: Certification Exam, 2015
  • Mulligan Concept: Advanced Course. Russell Woodman, 2015
  • Integrating Principles of Postural Restoration into Rehab and Performance. Mike Mullin, 2015
  • M2- Advanced Upper/Lower Quadrant Training of the Graston Technique. Jackie Shakar, 2014
  • Mulligan Concept: Upper Quadrant Course. Donald Reordan, 2014
  • Myokinematic Restoration: An Integrated Approach to treatment of patterned lumbo-pelvic-femoral pathomechanics. Postural Restoration Institute. James Anderson, 2014
  • EXOS: Lower Quarter Functional Restoration Workshop, 2014
  • Mulligan Concept: Lower Quarter Course. Frank Gargano, 2013
  • Pelvic Restoration: An integrated approach to treatment of patterned pubo-sacral pathomechanics. Postural Restoration Institute. Lori Thomsen, 2013
  • FMS 2: Advanced Corrective Exercise Workshop. Brett Jones, 2013
  • Mulligan Concept: Introductory Course. Julie Paolino, 2013
  • Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization according to Kolar, a developmental kinesiology approach. Course A. Zuzana Suzan, 2013
  • S1: Introduction to Spinal Evaluation and Manipulation, University of St. Augustine, 2012
  • Building the Ultimate Back, Stuart McGill, 2012
  • SFMA: Advanced Seminar: Advanced Clinical Integration. Phil Plisky, 2012
  • SFMA: Selected Functional Movement Assessment: An Integrated Model to Address Regional Interdependence. Level 1. Michael Voight, 2012
  • M1: Basic Training in the Graston Technique method of instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization, 2012
  • K2: Advanced Concepts and Corrective Techniques of Kinesiotaping, 2011
  • K1: Fundamental Concepts of Kinesiotaping, 2011
  • Comprehensive Treatment of the Foot and Ankle, Applied Techniques of Manual Therapy. Great Lake Seminars, 2011
  • Recent Advances in Evidence Based Evaluation and Treatment of the Shoulder. Mike Reinold, 2011
  • Shoulder Instability: Intervention and Rehabilitation, 2011
  • Examination and Treatment of Running Injuries. Bryan Heiderscheit, 2011
  • Functional Movement Screen. Gray Cook, Lee Burton, 2010
  • When the Foot Hits the Ground Everything Changes: Level 1, 2010
  • The Norwegian Approach to the Lumbar Spine. The Kaltenborn-Evjenth Concept. Martin Langass, 2009
  • The Norwegian Approach to the Cervical Spine. The Kaltenborn-Evjenth Concept. Martin Langass, 2009
  • Evaluation and Spinal Mobilization: The Norwegian Approach. Larry Risigo, 2008
  • Entry-Level Extremity and Spinal Manipulation: An Evidence Based Approach. Ken Simons, 2008

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