John O'Halloran is an American Physical Therapy Association board-certified orthopedic clinical specialist with more than 30 years of experience in the field of orthopedics. He earned his postprofessional Doctor of Physical Therapy from Temple University and has studied orthopedic and sports therapy abroad in Australia and New Zealand. Dr. O'Halloran is the sole owner of O'Halloran Rehabilitation, a division of O'Halloran Consulting, LLC.
John was born in Boston, Massachusetts. He is credentialed with The McKenzie Institute in the mechanical diagnosis and treatment of the spine and has extensive postgraduate training in manipulative therapy of the spine and extremities. He is a certified SCTM-1 practitioner and has certificates in SMT-1, SMT-2, and SMT-3 with the American Spinal Manipulation Institute.
Dr. O'Halloran is also a certified functional capacity evaluator in the Blankenship FCE System. He has presented more than 1,300 times, both locally and internationally, on various orthopedic and geriatric orthopedic topics. In 2014, John was the recipient of Clinician of the Year and the Excellence in Clinical Practice Award by the North Carolina Physical Therapy Association. Recently, Dr. O'Halloran's investigational work on the earlier facilitation of gait in the total knee arthroplasty patient has been cited in peer-reviewed journal publications.
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