Kip Hartman, DPT
When it comes time to choose a physical therapist, your instincts tell you to go with a highly qualified, educated and experienced professional. You want a partner who offers today's most advanced treatments and modalities. Kip Hartman and the staff at Marquette Rehabilitation & Sports Medicine Center are devoted to helping clients get active, be active and stay active. “If my clients are happy and seeing results, then my physical therapy practice speaks volumes,” says Kip Hartman. Hartman enjoys being able to incorporate his enthusiasm for fitness with his passion for physical therapy to rehabilitate injured athletes. “I love what I do and love to see my patients and clients get back to doing what they love to do. It’s my passion…not work. And there's no better place to live, play and work than Marquette, MI.”
Doctor of Physical Therapy: Central Michigan University
BS in Kinesiology: The University of Tennessee
Member: American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), Michigan Physical Therapy Association, American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) - Private Practice sections.
Continued Education: The McKenzie Method of evaluation and treatment for lower back, US & UK Osteopathic manipulation and mobilization and APTA private practice and sports sections.
Prior to receiving a B.S. Kinesiology in 2003, Hartman was a 3-time Academic All-SEC honoree while playing wide receiver for The University of Tennessee Volunteers. Hartman was featured as a fitness coach on MTV's MADE, a reality show where professionals help people meet their individual goals. Hartman is also the past President of Hands for Health, a pro bono clinic at The Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow College of Health Professions which provides physical therapy services for the under insured.