Patricia Montgomery, PhD, PT, FAPTA received a B.S. degree in physical therapy from the University of Oklahoma and an M.S. in educational psychology and PhD in child psychology from the University of Minnesota. She is Faculty Emeritus of Sensory Integration International. Dr. Montgomery has authored several books and articles including Therapeutic Exercise in Developmental Disabilities, Third Edition; Barbara Connolly and Patricia Montgomery. She has lectured throughout the United States on topics related to pediatric intervention. She has worked as a therapist in a hospital based setting, in the public schools, in a neonatal intensive care unit, and had a private pediatric practice in Minnesota for over 30 years. Dr. Montgomery is a past-President of the MN Chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), served on the Board of Directors of APTA, and is a Fellow of the American Physical Therapy Association.
Patricia 's Courses:
Children's Brains, Neuroplasticity and Pediatric Intervention: What's the Evidence?
What others are saying:
This was an extremely informational course that was well organized and helpful for evaluating and treating children. It helped me to realize different components of movements that I should look for in an evaluation." -N. DiNicola
Patricia is an outstanding speaker and does a wonderful job portraying and explaining new and complicated concepts. I have benefited greatly from this course, especially because it forces you to reevaluate the thought process of PT and how you look at each patient. -J. Ward
Excellent opportunity for comprehensive review of current research and its relevance to clinical practice. - S. Robitaille