Morgan Wright, PT, DPT is a licensed physical therapist in the state of Ohio. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Health Science with a minor in Exercise Science from Oakland University in 2014 and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) from the University of Toledo in May 2017. Morgan started her career with us in June 2017.
Morgan has 4 years of direct patient contact while being a rehab aide at an orthopedic clinic while in school for her Bachelor’s degree and 3 years of clinical rotations throughout DPT school. Morgan’s experiences include clinical rotations in sports medicine, orthopedics, acute care, skilled nursing, and her final rotation being an 8-week specialty internship here at BAM. During her internship she was able to gain experience in treating vestibular, neuromuscular, and balance disorders. Morgan’s interests are primarily in neuromuscular and vestibular rehabilitation. She volunteered with Delay the Disease, an exercise class for patients with Parkinson’s disease, during DPT school and participated in a Neurology elective course during her 3rd year in the DPT program. As she is just starting her career, Morgan plans to attend continuing education courses in these areas to build knowledge and experience in treating this patient population. Morgan also has future plans to obtain a Neurologic Clinical Specialist (NCS) certification.
Outside of the clinic Morgan enjoys spending time with her husband, family, and friends. She loves being outdoors with her dog Larkin, kickboxing, and taking adventurous vacations with her husband. Morgan is very eager about starting her PT career and passionate about helping others and improving their quality of life.