Terry G. Kennedy, MPT was born in Ft. Benton, Montana in 1954 and was raised in Columbia Falls, Montana, graduating from high school in 1972.
Terry earned an undergraduate degree in Elementary Education at Montana State University, Bozeman, in 1978.
He earned a Masters in Physical Therapy at the University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, Washington in June 1991. He has worked as a Physical Therapist for 22 years in Oregon and Montana in a variety of settings, including private practice.
He set up his own private practice in August 2012. His interests have evolved into the assessment and treatment of chronic pain conditions of patients who have been through the gamut of primary medical care, orthopedists or other specialists, traditional physical therapy and alternative care.
He has 180 hours of formal training in the Myofascial Release Approach, developed and taught worldwide by John F. Barnes, PT since the early 1970’s. Terry has practiced Myofascial Release for two decades.
He recognizes that each patient and the circumstances that cause their symptomatology and dysfunction is unique, and subsequently no treatment progressions are alike.