Eric Manrose, PT, DPT, OCS, OMPT

Eric Manrose, PT, DPT, OCS, OMPT

Certified: Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS), American Physical Therapy Association; Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy (OMPT), Oakland University

Doctoral Degree: Physical Therapy, Oakland University

Masters Degree: Physical Therapy, Grand Valley State University

Bachelors Degree: Health Science, Grand Valley State University

Adjunct Professor: Grand Valley State University Physical Therapy Program

About Eric: “My initial interest in physical therapy began as a result of a fascination with studying the complexity and resilience of the human body as well as a love of sport and exercise. Combining these interests with the desire to help others pursue their health and fitness goals made physical therapy a great fit for me. As a runner and a life long athlete, I understand the want and the determination to stay in the game even when injury or pain threatens to slow you down. I enjoy the challenge and the process of keeping myself moving and teaching others how they can do the same.”

Eric has experience treating patients of all ages with a a wide variety of orthopedic and neurologic conditions including athletic injuries, following surgery, and as a result of degenerative changes. Specific interests include running/gait evaluation, sport performance, back and neck pain and vertigo/vestibular rehab. Eric has worked in the Plainwell/Otsego area for >12 years, with the goal of serving the communities physical therapy and rehab needs through excellent care and evidence based treatment.

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