Scott Forrest, PT, MPT

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Areas of Special Interest

Sports and shoulders

Education

Master of Physical Therapy (MPT), College of Saint Scholastica

Bachelor of Art (BA) in Health Sciences, College of Saint Scholastica

A LITTLE ABOUT ME


Scott received his Masters in Physical Therapy from Saint Scholastica in 2002. He has been practicing in Orthopedics and Sports Physical Therapy since he graduated. Scott is a well rounded physical therapist and is highly training to treat conditions from simple to very complicated. He considers himself a manual therapist and understands its importance along with a proper exercise program. Scott was a three sport athlete in high school (hockey, baseball, football) and played D3 hockey at Saint Scholastica. Of course being an athlete, he enjoys treating all athletes.

Spare Time Activities

Being that Scott is originally from Northern Minnesota, he loves being outdoors hunting, fishing, hiking, and boating. He still enjoys sports like hockey and baseball. Scott also has a young son which keeps him busy with sports and activities.

Specialty

Overhead Athletes
Perfomance Video Throwing Evalutions
Graston

Education

Master of Physical Therapy (MPT), College of Saint Scholastica
Bachelor of Art (BA) in Health Sciences, College of Saint Scholastica

Professional Certifications

Graston Certified
APTA Certified Clinical Instructor

What others are saying

Scott is an excellent orthopedic therapist who is skilled at treating a wide range of conditions from spine to sports related problems. He is exceptional at treating shoulder and throwing related problems. He is very patient and makes his patients feel comfortable and confident in his care.

What patients are saying

“I enjoyed Scott. He made me relax and not feel self-conscious. He is interested in the patient and does a good job. I did not need injections because of his therapy. Thanks Scott.”

“I have been more than pleased with the experience and knowledge which Scott shows. The whole staff works so well together.”

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