Michael Milnes Rochester MN: Football Injuries

Michael Milnes is a Rochester, MN physical therapist who has been in practice for twenty years. A graduate of the University of Minnesota, he treats a wide range of injuries, helping his clients to regain most or all of their full range of motion.

He treats a lot of sports injuries, including injuries from skiing accidents and bicycle crashes. But he treats more football injuries than from any other sport. “It’s such a rugged game,” he says.

A former college football player himself, whose career was cut short by a torn ACL (anterior cruciate ligament), it disturbed him to read, in the summer of 2017, about the high occurrence of CTE, or chronic traumatic encephalopathy in former NFL players. “It’s a degenerative brain disease most often found in people who have had repeated head trauma,” he says. “They studied the brains of a hundred former football players, and they found CTE in ninety-nine of them. Absolutely stunning.” Unfortunately, he added, CTE is not the type of football injury to respond to physical therapy.

Michael Milnes works out of an office located in a restored Victorian home in the historic district of Rochester MN.

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About Michael Milnes Rochester MN

Michael Milnes of Rochester, MN, is a physical therapist based in Rochester, Minnesota. Michael Milnes has received his undergraduate degree in Biology, which gives him a great foundational knowledge of the human body. Following his undergrad, Michael Mines Rochester MN went on to receive his Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Michael Milnes has used his doctorate to achieve great success as a physical therapist. Michael Mines Rochester MN currently uses his doctorate in Physical Therapy as a self-employed physical therapist that is beloved by his clients.
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