Dr. Timothy Loughlin, DPT
Doctor of Physical Therapy
Dr. Timothy P. Loughlin, PT, DPT, graduated from Northeastern University in Boston, MA, being accepted into the honors program and graduating with a BS in Rehabilitation Science. He continued at Northeastern University completing his Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2009. While attending Northeastern University, he had the opportunity to complete three clinical rotations at outpatient clinics at Bay State Physical Therapy in Plymouth, MA, and Select Physical Therapy in Peoria, AZ. He also completed his final clinical rotation at Charleton Memorial Hospital in Fall River, MA.
Upon graduation, he has worked at various outpatient clinics among the Baltimore region, focusing on orthopedic and sports injuries, from the weekend warrior to professional and Olympic athletes, including professional ballet dancers and circus performers. Dr. Loughlin is also a clinical instructor for the University of Maryland – Baltimore, Shenandoah University, Slippery Rock University, and Mount Saint Mary’s University in Los Angeles, CA.
Dr. Loughlin’s treatment focuses on progressive, manual therapy and functional exercises to return patients to their previous level of function as quickly as possible. Dr. Loughlin believes in not only treating, but educating patients in conjunction with their rehabilitation to help prevent re-injury, and maximize performance whether it is to return to driving a car or driving a golf ball. His continuing education includes but not limited to ACL reconstruction, advanced treatments in the foot and ankle, cervical and thoracic manual therapy, and dry needling.