T. Scott Romanowski, PT, OCS, OMPT is the Assistant Vice President of Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine Services for the Vereen Rehabilitation Center at Colquitt Regional Medical Center. A 1988 graduate of the University of Buffalo, Scott has served as a director for several rehabilitation facilities and from 1995-2002 served as the program director for the Physical Therapist Assistant Program at Southern Regional Technical College in Thomasville, GA.
Scott was first recognized as Board Certified in Orthopedics by the American Physical Therapy Association in 1993 and has completed an eighteen-month clinical residency program and passed the requirements to be designated as an Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapist.
Scott served a seven year term as a committee chair for the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy, which is responsible for the construction of the national PT and PTA licensure examinations and has been appointed to serve on the new National Continuing Competence Task Force for the same organization. He was also recognized by the Physical Therapy Association of Georgia as the Physical Therapist of the Year for 2002 and has received the Distinguished Service Award from the Federation of State Boards.
Within the scope of physical therapy practice Scott is interested in the treatment of sports and orthopedic injuries, obstetric and spinal/pelvic disorders, and particularly the treatment of chronic headaches.
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