Eric Neal PT, DPT, SCS
Physicians

Eric Neal PT, DPT, SCS

Specialty

Physical Therapy

Board Certified

Location(s)

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Brighton Physical Therapy

8273 Grand River Ave, Suite 210
Brighton, MI, 48114

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Novi Physical Therapy

26750 Providence Parkway, Suite 240
Novi, MI, 48374

Biography

Eric Neal is a board-certified sports physical therapist specializing in treatment of orthopedic musculoskeletal injury and vestibular dysfunction.

Prior to joining The CORE Institute, Eric has been able to care for orthopedic patients with a number of physical therapy organizations, including Orthocarolina in Charlotte, NC. Over the years, he has had the opportunity to work with patients ranging from active adults to professional athletes. Eric is a certified Sportsmetrics Instructor, which provides athletes with ways to prevent ACL knee injuries. He has completed the APTA co-sponsored competency-based course series in vestibular rehabilitation. Eric has also attended multiple courses to help patients recover from mild brain injury including concussion.

Eric received his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from University of Michigan – Flint. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Health Sciences from University of Michigan – Flint.

Eric is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and the Sports Physical Therapy Section (SPTS).

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