Doctor of Physical Therapy, Graston Technique Certified, Certified Mulligan Practitioner

Noah Harrison, PT, DPT, CMP, is a licensed physical therapist with a clinical doctoral degree in physical therapy. He specializes in the rehabilitation of acute, recurrent and chronic injuries, including post-surgical management.

  •  Impingement & Instability. Postural Restoration Institute. James Anderson, 2016
  •  APTA Maine State Spring Seminar (Presenter), 2016
  •  Sequencing and Exercise Progression of Postural Restoration Activities. Michael Mullin, 2016
  •  Mulligan Concept: Functional Examination & Treatment of the SIJ & Pubic Symphysis. Mark Oliver, Brian Mulligan, 2016
  •  Maine NSCA State Clinic (Presenter), 2016
  •  Building the Ultimate Back. Stuart McGill, 2015
  •  Postural Respiration: An Integrated Approach to Treatment of Patterned Thoraco- Abdominal Pathomechanics. Postural Restoration Institute. Mike Cantrell, 2015
  •  Management of Lumbopelvic Disorders utilizing Thrust Manipulation. Josh Cleland, PT, PhD, 2015
  •  Mulligan Concept: Certification Exam, 2015
  •  Mulligan Concept: Advanced Course. Russell Woodman, 2015
  •  Integrating Principles of Postural Restoration into Rehab and Performance. Mike Mullin, 2015
  •  M2- Advanced Upper/Lower Quadrant Training of the Graston Technique. Jackie Shakar, 2014
  •  Mulligan Concept: Upper Quadrant Course. Donald Reordan, 2014
  •  Myokinematic Restoration: An Integrated Approach to treatment of patterned lumbo-pelvic-femoral pathomechanics. Postural Restoration Institute. James Anderson, 2014
  •  EXOS: Lower Quarter Functional Restoration Workshop, 2014
  •  Mulligan Concept: Lower Quarter Course. Frank Gargano, 2013
  •  Pelvic Restoration: An integrated approach to treatment of patterned pubo-sacral pathome- chanics. Postural Restoration Institute. Lori Thomsen, 2013
  •  FMS 2: Advanced Corrective Exercise Workshop. Brett Jones, 2013
  •  Mulligan Concept: Introductory Course. Julie Paolino, 2013
  •  Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization according to Kolar, a developmental kinesiology ap- proach. Course A. Zuzana Suzan, 2013
  •  S1: Introduction to Spinal Evaluation and Manipulation, University of St. Augustine, 2012
  •  Building the Ultimate Back, Stuart McGill, 2012
  •  SFMA: Advanced Seminar: Advanced Clinical Integration. Phil Plisky, 2012
  •  SFMA: Selected Functional Movement Assessment: An Integrated Model to Address Re- gional Interdependence. Level 1. Michael Voight, 2012
  •  M1: Basic Training in the Graston Technique method of instrument assisted soft tissue mo- bilization, 2012
  •  K2: Advanced Concepts and Corrective Techniques of Kinesiotaping, 2011
  •  K1: Fundamental Concepts of Kinesiotaping, 2011
  •  Comprehensive Treatment of the Foot and Ankle, Applied Techniques of Manual Therapy. Great Lake Seminars, 2011
  •  Recent Advances in Evidence Based Evaluation and Treatment of the Shoulder. Mike Rei- nold, 2011
  •  Shoulder Instability: Intervention and Rehabilitation, 2011
  •  Examination and Treatment of Running Injuries. Bryan Heiderscheit, 2011
  •  Functional Movement Screen. Gray Cook, Lee Burton, 2010
  •  When the Foot Hits the Ground Everything Changes: Level 1, 2010
  •  The Norwegian Approach to the Lumbar Spine. The Kaltenborn-Evjenth Concept. Martin Langass, 2009
  •  The Norwegian Approach to the Cervical Spine. The Kaltenborn-Evjenth Concept. Martin Langass, 2009
  •  Evaluation and Spinal Mobilization: The Norwegian Approach. Larry Risigo, 2008 Entry-Level Extremity and Spinal Manipulation: An Evidence Based Approach. Ken Simons,2008