Mike Hildahl, PT, DPT

"A healthy life is an active life, and it is my intention to keep those active individuals going without limitation — to help drive them back to their prior level of functioning or better."

Clinical Interests
Interacting with athletes of all ages, sports medicine/recreational activity injuries rehab, pre/post-op orthopedic injuries including the knee, ankle, and shoulder

Medical Education
Doctorate degree for Physical Therapy, University of North Dakota — Grand Forks, North Dakota

Advanced Training
Ligamentous knee injuries: Rehabilitation and returning to sport

TRX Suspension Training

Personal Interests
Past sport history of hockey, football and golf, almost all outdoor activities, camping, hunting, and fishing


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