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Dr. Matthew Bogan

Doctor of Physical Therapy


Dr. Matt earned his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from James Madison University. He then went on to earn his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Connecticut. As a student-athlete, Dr. Matt suffered several injuries that required Physical Therapy treatment to restore function and performance. It was his experience as a patient that inspired him to pursue a career in physical rehabilitation. Dr. Matt experienced firsthand how Physical Therapy helped patients return to the activities they loved and he wanted to help patients recover from their injuries, just as his therapists had done for him. Dr. Matt has a special interest in sports medicine and rehab for a variety of sports-related injuries. He continues to enjoy participating in sports like football, soccer, and baseball and spends his summers going to the beach.

Treatments Utilized:

Soft Tissue Mobilization and Stretching

Joint mobilizations for pain relief and improved ROM

Strengthening and Conditioning

Functional strengthening

Balance Training

Gait Training

Conditions Treated:

Post-operative conditions

Joint Replacements

Muscle strains

Shoulder pain (impingements, rotator cuff injuries, labral tears/instabilities)

Neck and Low Back Pain (disc dysfunction, radiculopathies)

Ankle pain (sprains, Achilles tendinopathy)

Knee pain (patellofemoral pain syndrome, Osteoarthritis)

Hip pain (Osteoarthritis, FAI, instabilities)

Elbow Pain (medial and lateral epicondylitis aka tennis/golfer’s elbow)

Wrist and hand pain (Osteoarthritis, fractures, carpal tunnel syndrome)

Plantar Fasciitis

Gait dysfunctions

Injury prevention

Academic career:

Musculoskeletal Pathology

Musculoskeletal Rehab Spine and Extremities

Human Anatomy and Physiology

Evidence-Based Practice in PT

Clinical Neuroscience

Acute Care Management

Functional Biomechanical Relationships

Motor Control and its Clinical Application

Fundamental Physical Therapy Examination

Neuromuscular Rehabilitation

Therapeutic Interventions I & II

Management for the Physical Therapist

Pediatric PT

Education and Communication for PT

Cardiopulmonary PT

Interaction for Health care and Society

Independent Research Study