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Scott Wilkins PT, DPT, OCS

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Scott Wilkins, PT, DPT, OCS, received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Montana and is a board-certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist through the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). Scott has over 15 years clinical experience and is well-versed in the treatment of surgical and non-surgical rehabilitation of all orthopedic and sports conditions. He uses a wide approach for treatment including manual therapy and manipulation skills, individualized exercise prescription as well as blood flow restriction training. He has personal interest and experience in treating complex knee injuries (post-op and non-operative), various overuse and traumatic injuries of the extremities, as well as concussion related injuries. In his free time, Scott enjoys anything outdoors, backpacking, spending time with his wife and two kids, and elk hunting in Montana.


Doctor of Physical Therapy, University of Montana
Bachelor of Art in Psychology, University of Montana

Professional Certifications

Orthopedic Certified Specialist (OCS), American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)
Blood Flow Restriction Training (BFR), Cert. MST
American Heart Association Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers (BLS)


Wilkins SA. LaPrade RF. Rehabilitation of the multiple ligament injured knee. Sports Med Arth Rev. 2007.

Robert F. LaPrade, MD, PhD, Casey M. Pierce, MD, and Scott Wilkins DPT, CHAPTER 33. Posterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries 33B. Nonoperative Rehabilitation of Posterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries. July 2015

Robert F. LaPrade, MD, PhD, Casey M. Pierce, MD, and Scott Wilkins DPT, CHAPTER 31. Beyond Basic Rehabilitation: Return to Football after Posterior Cruciate Ligament Injury. July 2015

Leonard CT, Gardipee KA, Koontz JR, Anderson JH, Wilkins SA. Coorelation Between Impairment And Motor Performance During Reaching Tasks In Subjects With Spastic Hemiparesis. J Rehabil Med. 2006;38:243-249