Dr. Graham Linck Named Gold Winner Physical Therapist
Dr Graham Linck, DPT and CBP General Certified, has just been named the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s 2017 Best Gold Winner for Physical Therapists. Dr. Graham Linck is part of the team of award-winning medical practitioners at Advanced Spine and Posture, an integrated health group of physical therapists, medical doctors, physician assistants and chiropractic doctors with an integrated, holistic approach to healthcare.
Dr. Linck was born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada. After high school, he spent four years in Oregon at the University of Portland from which he graduated, with honors, with a bachelors degree in Life Science. After Dr. Linck’s time in Portland, he returned to Las Vegas in 2008 to complete his Doctorate of Physical Therapy at UNLV.
After receiving his doctorate degree, Dr. Linck interned at Impact Basketball, a national basketball training facility, which has trained numerous NBA, college, and high school basketball players. His intern duties included assisting the athletic trainers, strength coaches, and player development coaches. After receiving his doctorate degree, Dr. Linck interned at Impact Basketball, a national basketball training facility, which has trained numerous NBA, college, and high school basketball players. His intern duties included assisting the athletic trainers, strength coaches, and player development coaches.
Following the completion of his doctorate and internships, Dr. Linck began working for the national physical therapy group Physiotherapy Associates as a licensed physical therapist and clinic director. He was mentored by, and collaborated with, world renowned physical therapist Bob Donatelli. Together, they treated a number of professional, college, and high school athletes as well as MMA/Muay Thai fighters.
He began working as Physical Therapy Director for Advanced Spine and Posture in 2014.
Dr. Linck is certified in functional dry needling/chiropractic biophysics, combined use of the Class IV laser, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM), kinesiotaping, and the selective functional movement assessment (SFMA). He is a published author who recently wrote two text book chapters on ankle rehab and has another pending publication on symptom investigation. He stays active with continuing education, and is interested in learning new evidence-based treatment to help his patients reach their goals.
Dr. Linck met his wife, Mimi, while attending PT school and has been happily married since 2011. They have one beautiful daughter, Lilu, and are expecting baby number two in May 2018.
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