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Christine Taylor, DPT, ATC

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Christine Taylor PT, DPT, MEd, ATC, ITPT is a dedicated and compassionate physical therapist and enjoys specializing in treating patients with spine related conditions in both chronic pain and athletic populations. She is passionate about helping her patients restore function and live their lives to their fullest. With a focus on evidence-based practice she customizes treatment plans to meet the unique needs of each patient, incorporating manual therapy/Graston Technique, therapeutic exercise, Spinal MEDX, and patient education to build pain resiliency and independence in recovery from their injury. She is committed to empowering her patients to take an active role in their recovery journey and she enjoys fostering a collaborative relationship with her patients and colleagues. Christine is a Minnesota local and outside of her clinical practice she enjoys cooking, trying different local restaurants and traveling with her husband and son.


Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT), College of St. Scholastica (2019)
Maser of Education (M.Ed) in Applied Kinesiology Sport & Exercise Science, University of Minnesota- Twin Cities (2016)
Bachelor of Science (BS) in Athletic Training, University of Wisconsin- Eau Claire (2014)

Professional Certifications

Board Certified Physical Therapist (PT)
Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT)
ImPACT Trained Physical Therapist (ITPT)
Board Certified Athletic Training (ATC)
Graston Technique Certified, M1
American Heart Association Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers (CPR)

Professional Affiliations

American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Minnesota Chapter
Orthopedics Section Member- Pain Special Interest Group
Neurology Section Member- Vestibular Rehabilitation Special Interest Group
Sports Section Member- Sports Concussion, Running & Golf Special Interest Group


Published Research- Journal of Visualized Experiments. A Standardized Method for Measurement of Elbow Kinesthesia. Doi: 10.3791/61391 (2020)

Research Poster Presented- American Physical Therapy Association Combined Section Meeting. Threshold detection of passive movement: a standardized protocol to measure kinesthetic sense at the elbow. (2019)