Marc Sheinblum, PT graduated from Merrimack College in North Andover, Massachusetts with his Bachelor’s degree in Sports Medicine in 2008. He then went on to receive his Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy in 2011 from Stony Brook University.
Through clinical education, Marc has been exposed to a variety of different physical therapy settings including outpatient orthopedics, acute care, and geriatrics, and has dealt with different patient populations including athletes and the elderly. Marc has also assisted in the development of Occupational Health program, which is designed to rehabilitate workers involved in manual labor occupations and help determine when employees can safely and effectively return to work.
Dr. Sheinblum has participated in a 10 week internship at Harvard University with the Strength and Conditioning program. The roles of this internship included designing and implementing exercise programs for a variety of varsity sports including football, baseball, lacrosse, track and field, basketball, crew, and fencing. Marc uses this knowledge to design and execute specific and extensive rehabilitation programs for athletes as well as the general population with orthopedic and neurological injuries and disorders.
Marc prides himself on using effective manual therapy techniques to provide quality care specific to each individual patient. He plans on continuing his education and receiving his CFMT (Certified Functional Manual Therapist) certification through the IPA (Institute of Physical Arts).
Marc has currently taken the following continuing education courses:
- Core First Strategies (Back Education and Training)
- Cervical Thoracic Integration (CTI) through IMTS
- Manual and Manipulative Therapy of the Spine and Pelvis (MTSP) through IMTS
- Evaluation and Treatment of the Cervical Spine: An Integrative Approach