Matt Elniff FAAOMPT

 Matt Elniff graduated from Wichita State University in July of 2006 where he received his Masters of Physical Therapy.  Throughout Matt’s coursework he spent time in a variety of Outpatient Orhopedic settings.  After graduation Matt attended The Manual Therapy Institute which is a Post-Graduate clinical and didactic education that prepares a clinician in the subspecialty of orthopedic manual physical therapy.  Matt completed his residency in Phoenix Arizona after 2.5 years.  Matt then completed his fellowship in Wichita, Kansas at Complete Joint and Spine located at the Abay Neuroscience center where he worked for 440 hours with clinical mentoring of a wide variety of orthopedic conditions including the best treatment techniques for pre and post op neck and low back.  Matt has a strong passion for the rehabilitation of orthopedic conditions and sports related injuries.  He is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, Kansas Physical Therapy Association, and of the Fellowship for American Academics of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy (FAAOMPT).  As a Fellow of AAOMPT, Matt incorporates current best evidence with a patho-functional morphological model.  This model describes how changes in function, posture, and movement imbalances can lead to restricted movement and complaints of pain. The ability to perform a focused evaluation that identifies the movement dysfunction provides for efficient and accurate intervention which will improve the speed of return to activities of daily living/sports without pain.  In Matt’s free time he enjoys taking his kids to soccer and basketball games and watching sports on the television. 

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