Indiana Physical Therapy strives to provide the best possible care for each of our patients. Our staff is encouraged to stay current on the most effective techniques and to further their education in any way possible, to better themselves and to better treat every client walking through our doors. IPT is currently home to more Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapists (COMT) than any other physical therapy companies in the country. The process to become a COMT is extensive and requires a lot of time, hard work, dedication, and perfecting of very specialized techniques. A physical therapist may obtain such credentials by passing a 2 day test involving written short-answer, multiple choice, video-patient exam, and an OSCE-oral/practical (a hands-on exam of manual skills). Only upon passing these exams can a physical therapist display the expertise of a COMT.
Kara Reyes is a current PT at our Dupont clinic located at 2516 East Dupont Road, Fort Wayne, IN 46825. IPT wants to congratulate Kara on her recent passing of the extensive MAPS courses and exams and on her new title of COMT. Kara graduated from Spring Arbor University with a Bachelors degree in Health and Exercise Science as well as The University of Toledo with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy. She became intrigued by physical therapy due to her passion to exercise and learning about new exercises. Kara had a few injuries in college while playing basketball that also greatly contributed to her interest in rehabilitation. At IPT we strive to provide our patients with the highest quality of staff, such as Kara, and we are proud to recognize her for her accomplishment.
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