Holly Thompson PT is a Balance and Vestibular Specialist, bringing more than 19 years of experience to treating patients with dizziness and balance disorders. She also specializes in concussion management including baseline screenings to post concussion rehabilitation. Holly holds a competency-based certification in vestibular rehabilitation.
She graduated from The University of Oklahoma in 1998 with a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapy. Holly also spent the first 14 years of her career working in all areas of rehabilitation at St John Medical Center. She also holds a specialty certification as an NDT therapist assisting people that have had strokes in neuro-developmental techniques to regain optimal function.
Holly is also currently on the medical management team for The University of Tulsa athletes, OU Sports Medicine patients and West Side Alliance soccer club helping athletes who have suffered from a concussion. She works with physicians and coaches to assist these athletes in returning to play after they have recovered.
Holly has experience in Cardiac Rehab as well. Holly works with people who have chronic diseases (such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, peripheral neuropathy) to develop treatment strategies to improve their overall function and achieve their personal goals. In addition, she is certified as a Golf Performance and Fitness Specialist through the Back to Golf program. She designs golf specific exercise programs for individuals to get the body “golf ready”. She will also begin Titleist Performance Institute training this August.
Holly will perform an initial evaluation assessing strength, range of motion, balance, gait, functional mobility, physical deficits and take a thorough history to design a treatment strategy to achieve your specific goals. Each treatment session will focus specifically on improving your overall function and performance.
Holly married her high school sweetheart, Jacob and has two daughters, Isabella and Hope. She is a runner, soccer coach and loves to play golf in her “spare time”.