Kristen K. Dupont, PT, MPT, OCS

Kristen K. Dupont

Kristen K. Dupont, PT, MPT, OCS

Kristen K. DupontKristen K. Dupont
Kris attended Mankato State University to complete her undergraduate degree in Athletic Training. She went on to achieve her Master's in Physical Therapy from the University of Iowa in 1994. She proceeded to obtain her Orthopedic Specialists Certificate in 2010 and completed a competency-based course on Vestibular Rehabilitation in 2012.

Kris has been at Rec Center Physical Therapy for 16 years and thrives in this environment. She loves to interact with her past and present patients at the Rec Center. Through the years she has treated multiple family members as well as patients numerous times. She has watched many young athletes graduate and return to Rockwell Collins as professionals.

She loves the variety of patients she sees and the challenge of myofascially tight patients and working with complications due to scarring. Treating a patient means looking at the big picture and that is how Kris evaluates each patient. One small deficit can affect the whole body in one way or another. Kris drives to find that deficit to return the patient to normal function.

Kris’ outside activities include working out at the Rec Center, biking, attending sporting events that her children participate in and spending quality time with the her family.
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Kristen K. Dupont, PT, MPT, OCS

Kristen K. Dupont

Kristen K. Dupont, PT, MPT, OCS

Kristen K. DupontKristen K. Dupont
Kris attended Mankato State University to complete her undergraduate degree in Athletic Training. She went on to achieve her Master's in Physical Therapy from the University of Iowa in 1994. She proceeded to obtain her Orthopedic Specialists Certificate in 2010 and completed a competency-based course on Vestibular Rehabilitation in 2012.

Kris has been at Rec Center Physical Therapy for 16 years and thrives in this environment. She loves to interact with her past and present patients at the Rec Center. Through the years she has treated multiple family members as well as patients numerous times. She has watched many young athletes graduate and return to Rockwell Collins as professionals.

She loves the variety of patients she sees and the challenge of myofascially tight patients and working with complications due to scarring. Treating a patient means looking at the big picture and that is how Kris evaluates each patient. One small deficit can affect the whole body in one way or another. Kris drives to find that deficit to return the patient to normal function.

Kris’ outside activities include working out at the Rec Center, biking, attending sporting events that her children participate in and spending quality time with the her family.
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