Ep 18: The Role of Today’s Physical Therapist – Matt Foster, DPT

Matt Foster, DPT teaches us about the evolution of the physical therapy profession, treating chronic injury, preventative medicine, and the importance of a healthy diet to fuel our body to be at its best.

Clinical Interests:
Orthopedics and sports injuries, manual therapy, pain neuroscience and clinical research.

Background:
Matt Foster graduated in 2011 from Southern Illinois University with his Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise and Wellness. He went on to graduate in 2015 with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Washington University in St. Louis, MO. Since graduating with his DPT, Matt has practiced in both Illinois and Missouri in outpatient settings. He has spent his professional career treating various orthopedic and neurological conditions, also including aquatics. He has also undergone continuing education in manual therapy, pain neuroscience, and postural restoration to assist with both acute and chronic injuries of all age groups. Matt is also certified in instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM). He is currently working toward attaining his certification as a strength and conditioning specialist. Matt’s hobbies include hiking, watching football, and exercising including powerlifting and Olympic weightlifting.

Degree/Certifications:
Doctorate in Physical Therapy
Washington University, St. Louis, MO

Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise and Wellness
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Edwardsville, IL

To learn more about sports therapy and physical therapy services in St. Louis, visit http://BarnesJewishWestCounty.org/STAR

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