Providing Skilled & Compassionate Care since 1988

Terry Pratt, Clinical Manager, PT, MS, COMT, FAAOMPT

Terry Pratt, Clinical Manager, PT, MS, COMT, FAAOMPT

Terry Pratt, Clinical Manager, PT, MS, COMT, FAAOMPT

Terry has worked for GBPT since 2007 and is currently the clinic director. Terry received his MSPT from Andrews University in 1997 and his FAAOMPT in 2013 through the NAIOMT Fellowship Program. He has been lab assisting with NAIOMT since 2002, obtained CFI status in 2013 and is faculty instructor. In addition to teaching courses through NAIOMT, Terry has been adjunct faculty for The University of Maine System, Southern New Hampshire University and Medbridge Education. He has taught courses in Clinically Applied Anatomy and Kinesiology, Anatomy and Physiology and Bridging the Gap: Between Evidence Based Research and the Reality of the Clinic and A Collaborative Approach to Assessing and Treating the Injured Lumbar Spine. He developed teaching manuals for the McConnell Institute faculty, produced technique videos for NAIOMT, formatted and reviewed the textbook ‘Manipulative Thrust Techniques of the Spine’ by Erl Pettman, and the Manual for Distance Mentoring for NAIOMT’s clinical fellowship instructors and fellows in training. Terry has written a section for a home study course for the Orthopedic Section of the APTA addressing treatment of the injured lumbar spine. He has a keen interest in biomechanics, functional application of manual therapy, prolotherapy and utilizing technology in the clinic to educate and collaborate with patients.

Currently, Terry is residing in Brunswick, Maine, where he enjoys spending time with his family and all outdoor activities that Maine has to offer.

Continuing Education Courses

February 21, 1998.  Englewood, Colorado.  Assessment & Treatment of Patients with Vestibular Dysfunction – Jody Lockwood, MSPT, NCS, and Julie Knoll, PT, NCS.
– 8 Contact Hours

May 17 – 22nd, 1998.  Berrien Springs MichiganLevel II: Intermediate Lower Quadrant – Erl Pettman, MCSP, MCPA, COMP.  .
– 48 Contact Hours.
– 24 hours Theory and 24 hours Practical

February 22nd – 23rd, 1999.  Colorado Springs, CO.  Mulligan  Concept – Mobilizations with Movement, “NAGS”, “SNAGS” AND MORE (A Lab Course) – Brian R. Mulligan, F.N.Z.S.P. (HON), DIP M.T
-13 Contact Hours
– 6.5 hours theory and 6.5 hours practical.

October 27th – 29th, 2000.  Bangor, Maine.  Lumbar Stabilization – Shane Watson, B.PHTY., M.PHTY.St. (MAPA, MMPAA.)
– 21 Contact Hours
– 10.5 hours theory and 10.5 hours practical.

October 15 – 20th, 2000. Berrien Springs MichiganLevel II Intermediate Upper Quadrant – Erl Pettman, MCSP, MCPA, COMP.
– 48 Contact Hours.
– 24 hours Theory and 24 hours Practical

September 9-14th, 2001. Berrien Springs Michigan. Level III Advanced Lower Quadrant – Erl Pettman, MCSP, MCPA, COMP.
–  48 Contact Hours
–  24 hours Theory and 24 hours Practical

September 22 – 23rd, 2001.  Berlin, New Hampshire.  Current Concepts in Assessment and Treatment of Individuals with Post Stroke Hemiparesis.  – Julie Bastille, PT.
– 12.75 Contact Hours

April 7 – 12th 2002.   Berrien Springs Michigan.  Level III Advanced Upper Quadrant  — Erl Pettman, MCSP, MCPA, COMP.
– 48 Contact Hours.
– 24 hours Theory and 24 hours Practical

September 7 – 8th, 2002.  Seattle, Washington.  Special Medical Topics for the Physical Therapist – David Musnick, MD.
– 12 Contact Hours
– 12 hours theory.

September 20 – 21st, 2002.  Bellevue, Washington.  The McConnell Patellofemoral Treatment Plan – Jenny McConnell, PT, GDMT, M.Biomed. En.
– 14 Contact Hours
– 7 hours theory and 7 hours practical.

September 22 – 23rd , 2002.  Seattle, Washington.  Advanced Lower Quadrant – Jenny McConnell, PT, GDMT, M.Biomed. En.
– 14 Contact Hours
-7 hours theory and 7 hours practical.

October 12 – 13th, 2002.  Renton, WashingtonManagement of Cervical and Lumbar Dysfunctions Through Thoracic Spine – Robert C. Rinke, Pt, DC, FAAOMPT.
– 13 Contact Hours
– 6.5 hours theory and 6.5 hours practical

November 15th – 16th, 2002.  Portland, OR.  The Thorax – Restoring Function, Relieving Pain (A Lab Course) – Diane Lee, B.S.R., M.C.P.A., F.C.A.M.T..

– 13 Contact Hours
– 6.5 hours theory and 6.5 hours practical

December 8th – 9th, 2002.  Surrey, United Kingdom.  The McConnell Advanced Lumbar Spine – Jenny McConnell, PT, GDMT, M.Biomed. En.
– 16 Contact Hours.
– 8 hours theory and 8 hours practical.

September 21 – 26th, 2003.  Berrien Springs, MI.  Level IV: High Velocity Manipulation – Erl Pettman, MCSP, MCPA, COMP.
– 48 Contact Hours
– 24 hours theory and 24 hours practical
– Competency in Spinal Manipulation – through written and practical testing.

May 18 – 19th, 2003.  Seattle, Washington.  The Pelvis, Relieving Pain (A Lab Course) – Diane Lee, B.S.R., M.C.P.A., F.C.A.M.T..
– 13 Contact Hours.
– 6.5 hours theory and 6.5 hours practical

Bothell, Washington.  The ShoulderMark Looper, MS, PT, COMPT, FAAOMPT.
– 13 Contact Hours
– 6.5 hours theory and 6.5 hours practical

March 24th, 2005.  Augusta, ME.  Fifth Annual Wound Care Conference.
– 8 Contact Hours (theory)

2006, Ellsworth Maine, Fracture Rounds.  Dr. Paul Denoncourt, MD.
–  Attended three 1 ½ lectures presented by multiple physicians, discussing complex orthopedic cases
–  4.5 hours total.

August 1, 2007.  Mobilization of the Nervous System: The Mobile Nervous System, Clinical Reasoning and Pain, Broadband Learning, PT.  (4 hours)

2007, Ellsworth, Maine.  Fracture Rounds, Dr. Paul Denoncourt, M
– Attended 4 1 ½ lectures on complicated orthopedic cases.

May 11 – 16, 2008.  NAIOMT Level IV: High Velocity Manipulation.  Erl Pettman, MCSP, MCPA, COMP.
– 48 Contact Hours
–  24 hours theory and 24 hours practical

November 21st, 2008.  Portland, ME.  Spine Update 2008: Diagnostic Dilemmas and Treatment Options.  Eastern Maine Medical Center Neurosurgery
– 8 Contact Hours
– APTA National Convention in Boston, June 17th and 18th, 2010.

Private Practice Section Annual Convention, Nov 2-5, 2011.

Lab Assistance

Summer Quarter, 1995.  Andrews University, Berrien Springs Michigan.  Gross Anatomy – John Banks, PhD.
–  Lab Assistant for

May 13th – 18th, 2000.  NAIOMT – Berrien Springs Michigan.  Level II: Intermediate Lower Quadrant – Erl Pettman, MCSP, MCPA, COMP.
– 48 Contact Hours Lab Assistant
– 24 hours Theory and 24 hours Practical

January 25th – 27th, 2002. NAIOMT –  Seattle, Washington.  Level III Lower Quadrant – Part A – Ann Porter-Hoke
– 21 Contact Hours of Lab Instruction

September 27 – 29th, 2002.   NAIOMT – Seattle, Washington.  Level III Advanced Upper Quadrant  — Erl Pettman, MCSP, MCPA, COMP.
– 21 Contact Hours Lab Assisting.
– 10.5 hours theory and 10.5 hours practical.

February 19 –Newton, MA.  NAIOMT: Intermediate Lower Quadrant.  Gail Malloy, PT, OCS, COMT.
– 21 Contact Hours

September 10 – 12, 2010.  NAIOMT: Intermediate Upper Quadrant, Part A.  Gail Malloy, PT, OCS, COMT.
– 21 Contact Hours

February and March 2011.  NAIOMT: Thoracic Spine.  Gail Malloy, PT, OCS, COMT.
– 21 Contact Hours

September and October 2011.  NAIOMT: Level III Upper Quadrant Part A and B.  Gail Malloy, PT, OCS, COMT.
– 21 Contact Hours

Developed Courses/Projects

Spring 2001 – Present.  NAIOMT  Technique Videos.
Edited and produced digital technique  videos for course material from Level I Level IV. Erl Pettman, MCSP, MCPA, COMP.

Fall Quarter, 2002.   University of Maine, Machias.  REMM 217 Kinesiology. – Terry Pratt, MS, PT.
– 4 Credit Hours (3 hours lecture and 1 hour lab)
– Refer to resume for details.

Summer, 2003.  The McConnell Institute.  The McConnell Patellofemoral Treatment Plan – Jenny McConnell.  Developed an asynchronous instructional module for education of future instructors in the institute.

Summer, 2004.  Olympic Seminars.  The Missing Link: Connecting the Spine to The Extremities Through Segmintal Stabilization.  Ken Cole, PT, CMPT, Mark Looper, MS, PT, COMT, FAAOMPT, Terry Pratt, MS, PT.
– 13 Contact Hours
– 6.5 hours theory and 6.5 hours practical

Fall, 2003.  The McConnell Institute.  The McConnell Advanced Lumbar Spine – Jenny McConnell
Developed an asynchronous instructional module for education of future instructors in the institute.

Fall Quarter, 2003.   University of Maine, Machias.  REMM 217 Kinesiology.
– 4 Credit Hours (3 hours lecture and 1 hour lab)
– Refer to resume for details.

Winter, 2004.  The McConnell Institute.  Advanced Lower Quadrant – Jenny McConnell.
Developed an asynchronous instructional module for education of future instructors in the institute.

Spring, 2007.   University of Maine, Machias.  REMM 217 Kinesiology.
– 4 Credit Hours (3 hours lecture and 1 hour lab)

Spring, 2008.   University of Maine, Machias.  REMM 217 Kinesiology.
– 4 Credit Hours (3 hours lecture and 1 hour lab)

Winter, 2009.   University of Maine, Machias.  REMM 217 Kinesiology.
– 4 Credit Hours (3 hours lecture and 1 hour lab)

Spring, 2009.   Southern New Hampshire University.  SCI-217 Anatomy and Physiology.
– 3 Credit Hours

Spring, 2010.   Southern New Hampshire University.  SCI-217 Anatomy and Physiology.
– 3 Credit Hours

Spring, 2011.   Southern New Hampshire University.  SCI-217 Anatomy and Physiology.
– 3 Credit Hours

Summer, 2011.   Medbridge Education.   Clinically Applied Anatomy and Kinesiology
– 8 Contact  Hours

Fall, 2011.   Medbridge Education.   Bridging the Gap: Between Evedence Based Research and the Reality of the Clinic.
–  4.5 Contact  Hours

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