Dr. Jill C. Mitchell, PT, DPT is originally from Dallas, TX and grew up in Lake Highlands. She attended Tulane University for her undergraduate education and Texas Woman’s University (Dallas) for her doctorate in physical therapy. Through her 11 years of outpatient physical therapy experience and her Certifications in Orthopedic Manual Therapy (COMT) and Level 1 & 2 Trigger Point Dry Needling, Jill has amassed a multitude of skills to aid her patients in injury prevention and recovery and improvement in their overall wellness. Jill loves helping hikers and outdoor enthusiasts successfully return to their lives of adventure. Jill continues to live in Dallas,TX where she enjoys spending her free time with friends and family, taking care of her pets, and taking on her own adventurous explorations.
What does it mean to be COMT certified?
Certification in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy is a post-graduate specialty program designed for physical therapists who desire to improve their manual therapy skills, emphasizing advanced clinical reasoning, and evidenced-supported and patient-centered approaches. Manual therapy encompasses precision in surface anatomy, accurate examination techniques that lead to a working clinical diagnosis, and then matched management consisting of soft tissue and joint-specific mobilization and appropriate exercises specific to that problem. Professionals who are Certified in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy, (COMT) are recognized worldwide as highly skilled clinicians who have transformed their practice to achieve optimal outcomes in the rehabilitation of their patients.
RE+FORM will verify your outpatient PT benefits, let you know exactly how much your session will cost, collect your copay/coinsurance
(if there is one), and submit your claim to your insurance company. You will never receive an extra or surprise bill from us - GUARANTEED!
Complaints regarding non -compliance with the Texas Physical Therapy Practice Act can be directed to Texas Board of Physical Therapy Examiners, 333 Guadalupe Suite 2-510, Austin, Texas 78701, www.ptot.texas.gov, 800-821-3205 (toll free, for complaints only) or 512-305-6900.