Dr. Jamie Blumentritt, PT, DPT, CSCS
Bachelor's of Arts degree in Psychology
Master's degree in Clinical Psychology
Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
I started running in 2010, where I had no prior experience with running. Since then, I have completed 68 full and ultramarathons! I am a physical therapist that specializes in working with runners! My focus is on injury-prevention through coaching and PT. It is my goal to help runners train smarter, healthier, happier, and longer. I use evidence-based interventions to help runners avoid training errors and overuse injuries, and to solve my patients' running-related injuries when they do occur.
Before becoming a PT, I received my Master's degree in Clinical Psychology and worked as a mental health and addictions therapist. I use my psychology background to use a truly holistic approach to my work. Contact me today to learn how my exceptional services can help you become a happier and healthier runner!
My Running Accomplishments
Half Marathon: 1:28:17
50 Mile: 7:30:50
100 mile: 23:23:00
Completed 68 full and ultra-marathons, including three 100-mile races.
First Place Female Finishes:
IceBox480 in 2015, 2018 (Course record holder)
Zumbro 34 Miler 2021
Earth Day Half Marathon 2015, 2018
Psycho Wycho 50k 2016
Door County 50 Miler 2016
Indoor Zoom Ya Ya Marathon 2016
O'Brien 10 Miler 2016, 2017
Chippewa 50k 2017, 2018, 2019
Surf the Murph 2017
Run the Lake Half Marathon 2018
Northwoods Winter Trail Marathon 2019
MORE ABOUT PHYSICAL THERAPY ON THE RUN
I decided to open a cash-based physical therapy practice because I want to provide my patients with the best care without the restrictions that are placed on PTs by insurance companies. With a cash-based practice, I am able to focus on injury-prevention and provide treatment that is effective for your specific concerns, with the frequency and duration that fits your specific case needs.
What are the financial benefits of cash-based PT?
1. The majority of insurance companies will not cover injury-prevention services. Injury-prevention PT can help you to avoid expensive surgeries, injections, and other treatments.
2. Many insurance plans have very high deductibles. This could leave you with paying up to $300 per PT appointment.
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