Neil MacKenzie PT, DPT, OCS
Neil graduated from Connecticut College in May 2013 earning a BA in Biological Sciences. He then attended the University of Vermont where he graduated with his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in May 2017.
Neil then pursued post-doctoral work at the University of Utah, where he completed the Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Residency program. This included 1 year of specialty training in evidence-based musculoskeletal care, manual therapy and advanced treatment of the spine. During this time, Neil also had the opportunity to teach in the University of Utah Physical Therapy program.
“My PT, Neil, was friendly, professional, calm and I quickly became confident that he really knows his business.” -L.L.
Neil has a particular interest in working with athletes and weekend warriors alike, and is passionate about keeping these individuals on their respective playing fields. He operates both out of the Grantham clinic as well as the Cioffredi Sports Performance Center in Lebanon. He has a special interest in working with golfers and became a Titleist Performance Institute certified professional in 2020. Neil is also trained and certified in Trigger Point Dry Needling.
He lives in the Upper Valley with his partner and their rescue dog. Outside of the clinic, he enjoys backcountry skiing, mountain biking, ice hockey, golf, and cheering on Boston sports teams.
“11 Stars! Where do I even start? I just love PT because Neil has worked and helped me through so much pain and I can’t stop thanking him, he made me so happy.” -Anonymous
“My PT, Neil, was friendly, professional, calm and I quickly became confident that he really knows his business. The combination of his skilled manual work on my shoulder and his exercise prescriptions along with the miraculous Neubie machine, made a huge difference for me. In 7 sessions my pain subsided so much that I was able to sleep comfortably, improve my flexibility to be able to reach my top shelves and and to do everyday activities from carrying bags of dog food to bathing & dressing; it’s hard to appreciate the ease of pulling up pants with 2 hands until you can’t! He finished my course of PT by making sure I understood the importance of continuing with the gentle strengthening exercises in order to prevent future problems with the shoulder and encouraged me to reach out to him if I should ever have any questions. Many thanks to Neil.” -L.L.
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