MEET THE TEAM
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Meet The Team
Dr. Todd W. Phillips
PT, DPT, OCS
Dr. Todd Phillips PT, DPT, CSCS is one of our Physical Therapists at Arctic Rehabilitation and Physical Therapy. He graduated from Shippensburg University where he studied exercise science and competed on the track and field team as a 400m specialist. Todd earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Maryland, Baltimore in 2014 and has focused on orthopedic and sports rehabilitation. He is a certified strength and conditioning specialist and is certified in dry needling for trigger point release. During his free time, Todd enjoys being outdoors, running, hiking, mountain biking and snowboarding.
Rick Jahn M.T.O.M, Dipl O.M.,DOM (FL) LAc (AK) is Arctic Chiropractic and Physical Therapies Acupuncturist and Functional Nutrition therapist. Rick completed his education and studies at the International Institute of Chinese Medicine and had the opportunity to intern at hospitals in China. He enjoyed China so much that after graduating in 2001, he returned to further his studies. Seeing a need in clinic for nutritional support, Rick studied Functional nutrition under several different teachers broadening his knowledge on the subject. He has worked in a variety of settings from cruise ships to traditional clinical settings. To fulfill his sense for adventure, Rick and his family relocated from Florida to our wonderful home, Alaska. He enjoys martial arts, being outdoors, spending time exploring the area, and spending quality time with his family.
Dr. Amy Porter
Amy Porter PT, DPT is our newest Physical Therapist, she joined our team April of 2019. She graduated from Louisiana State University where she studied Kinesiology and competed on the LSU women’s soccer team. Amy earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of St Augustine for Health Sciences in Austin, Texas in 2016 and worked as a traveling physical therapist in multiple orthopedic rehabilitation clinics across the country. After three years of traveling, Amy finally decided to settle in Palmer, Alaska to fulfill her desire for endless outdoor adventures. Amy is certified in dry needling for trigger point release. During her free time, Amy enjoys running her Weimaraner, traveling, hiking, backpacking, kayaking and skiing.