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HAND-CRAFTED PHYSICAL THERAPY IN MIAMI
Bruce R. Wilk, P.T., O.C.S. Director
8720 N. Kendall Dr. Ste. 206
Miami, FL 33176
tel. 305.595.9425
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JEFFREY T. STENBACK, P.T., O.C.S.



EXPERIENCE:
 

1988 – Present ORTHOPEDIC REHABILITATION SPECIALISTS
Miami, Florida
Assistant Director, Private Practice

Responsible for direct patient evaluation and management of an exclusively orthopedic patient-load; focusing primarily on orthopedic spinal disorders, TMJ and performing arts patients
2005 – Present MIAMI CITY BALLET
Miami Beach, Florida
Part-time therapist

Part of therapy team providing backstage coverage for dancers
2003 – Present ACTOR’S EQUITY
New York, New York
Part-time Consultant

Involved in developing consensus statement for healthcare practitioner guidelines to assist in assessing specific risk potential for Actor’s Equity membership on raked staging and initial presentation to Broadway Producer’s League and Off Broadway producers; ongoing interaction with regards to selection of qualified individuals to perform risk assessments based on original guidelines
1991 – 1994 UNIVERSITY of MIAMI SCHOOL of MEDICINE
Miami, Florida
Adjunct Faculty

Lecturer for medical students on physical therapy evaluations and treatment issues.
1990 - 2000 FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY
Miami, Florida
Adjunct Faculty

Lecturer for physical therapy program; primary instructor for “Orthopedic Assessment” course; coordinated lab activities
 
1987 – 1990 LEHRMAN BACK CENTER
Miami, Florida
Director of Clinical Services

Responsible for coordination of staff activities related to patient care, program development, in-service training and direct residential/outpatient evaluation and management. Coordinated research interests; coordinated team meetings for residential patients with administration and medical director, promoted facilities and quality control.
 
1983 – 1987 ST. FRANCIS HOSPITAL
Miami Beach, Florida
Senior physical therapist

Responsible for student and staff physical therapist supervision, coordinated/developed Back School, developed Cardiac Rehabilitation Phase II program and implemented same, direct patient care of a primarily neurological and orthopedic geriatric patient load, responsible for staff in-servicing/training related to back school and cardiac rehabilitation.

LICENSURE:

Florida

 

EDUCATION:
 

2001 American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy, Board certification in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy, April 1991; recertification
 
June, 1983. Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy,
 
June, 1981. University of Florida, Bachelor of Science (Psychology),

 

CERTIFICATION:

Emergency First Responder certification, February 2001, re-certification 2003, 2006

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION:

Numerous post-graduate courses with special emphasis on orthopedics, differential diagnosis, manual therapy, temporomandibular disorders, performing arts, ergonomic-issues, Medicare documentation and emergency responder certification.

 

PUBLICATIONS:

Florida Physical Therapy Association Update, “Fact File Sheet: Becoming a Performing Arts Physical Therapist” (advisory expert through the American Physical Therapy Association), March 2003

Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Practice, “Considerations for Treating the Musician”, OPTP, Volume 14, Number 2, June 2002.

Salud Plus: “Consultorio Plus: Para Ejercitarse Correctamente”, Inaugural publication, May-June 2001. (Published in South America market only)

The Journal of Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy, “Postarthroscopy Physical Therapy Management of a Patient with Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction”; JOSPT, Volume 18, Number 3, September 1993.

Back Pain Monitor, National Newsletter; Publication of several short articles from 1987-1993 devoted to various issues related to back care
 

KEY PRESENTATIONS:
 

October 2002 New World Symphony; Symphonar: “Introduction to Alternative Movement”
August 2002 Cable Tap TV- Community Station presentation on temporomandibular disorders for Florida Physical Therapy Association (Southeastern District)
October 2001 New World Symphony; Symphonar: “Performing Better and Longer”
March 2001 National Advisory Council for Performing Arts Physical Therapy Special Interest Group, Arlington, VA; Steering committee member/Content expert for Description of Advanced Clinical Practice (DACP) document
January-April 2000 “Orthopedic Assessment”: Required curriculum for senior physical therapy students, Department of Physical Therapy, Florida Atlantic University (through Florida International University)
December 1999  “Meeting the Challenges of the TMD Patient: A Team Approach to Temporomandibular Disorders”: A two (2) day continuing education course for physical therapists and dentists (taught at North Broward Medical Center, Pompano Beach, FL)
October 1998 “Evaluation and Treatment of the TMJ”: A two (2) day continuing education course for physical therapists (taught at Nova Southeastern University, Dental School, Fort Lauderdale, FL)
Sept.-Dec 1998  “Orthopedic Assessment”: Required curriculum for junior physical therapy students, School of Health Sciences, Department of Physical Therapy, Florida International University, Miami, FL
February 1998  “Evaluation and Treatment of Two Musicians”: APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Boston, MA
February 1996 “Treatment of the Percussionist”: APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Atlanta, GA
Spring, 1994 “Post-Surgical Physical Therapy Management of Patients with TMJ Dysfunction”: FPTA Spring Conference and Student Conclave, Orlando, FL
1993 – 1991 “Physical Therapy Management of the Patient with Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction”: Department of Oral Surgery, University of Miami
1992 – 1994:  “Rehabilitative Principles for Oral Surgeons”: Introductory and Advanced workshops on TMJ Arthroscopic Surgery/Rehabilitation (Guest lecturer), Miami, FL
1992 “Prevention of Overuse and Cumulative Trauma Disorders in the String Musician”: School of Music, University of Miami, Miami, FL
1990 – 1994 “The Physical Therapist as a Family Medicine Consultant”: School of Medicine, University of Miami, Miami, FL
 
1989 – present “Physical Therapy Evaluation/Treatment and Back School Techniques for Cervical, Lumbar and Temporomandibular Patients”: School of Health Sciences, Department of Physical Therapy, Florida International University, Miami, FL
1988 “Med-X: an Evaluative Tool for the Lumbar Spine”: American Back Society Spring Conference, Orlando, FL
1987 “The Back School: Current Concepts”: American Back Society Spring Conference, Anaheim, CA
1986 “What is a Physical Therapist?”: Optimist Club of Miami, Miami, FL
1983 - Present Speaker on various topics related to physical therapy; Presentations to hospitals, private industry and medical workers regarding prevention of orthopedic injuries in the workplace

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS:

 

2002 –Present  Florida Dance Medicine and Performing Arts Study Group
2001 –Present National Advisory Council for Performing Arts Physical Therapy Special Interest Group
1998 –Present International Association of Dance Medicine and Science
1996 -Present APTA-Orthopedic Specialty Section on Performing Artists; President 2002-2005; Treasurer 1999-2002; Chairperson, Media Relations Committee 1998-2001; Member, Research Committee 2004-present
1995-2004 Archdiocese of Miami; Sine Nomine choir
1993-present St. John Neumann Festival Choir; Tenor section leader; recording: “Bless Ye the Lord, O My Soul”, released 1999
1993 - 2002 Kendall Networkers (President 1997-1999; Vice-President 1995-1997; Executive Board member 1994-2001)
1987 – 1991 Back Pain Monitor, Atlanta, GA, Editorial Advisory Board
1984 - Present APTA -Orthopedic Section
1983 – Present American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)
1983 – Present Florida Physical Therapy Association (FPTA)
1983 – 1994 Southeastern District Orthopedic Study Group, Miami, FL; Treasurer