Dr. Tejinder (TJ) Singh, PT, DPT, MS, OCS, SCS, FAAOMPT.
Co-FOUNDER OF GLOBAL INITIATIVE FOR EXPERT MANUAL PHYSICAL THERAPISTS. (GEM)
Owner-Expert Manual Therapy.
DOCTOR OF PHYSICAL THERAPY.
Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist
Board Certified Sports Clinical Specialist
Fellow of American Academy Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists.
Certified IN DRY NEEDLING. (AAMT)
Dr. Singh is an educator, researcher, clinician, and international expert in Manual Therapy. Dr. Singh is also an Einstein Visa Recipient, given the best and the brightest for an outstanding contribution to the field. In addition, Dr. Singh is a current co-founder of “The global initiative of Expert Manual Physical Therapists, which trains students worldwide about evidence-based treatment methods to provide superior, cutting-edge care to patients.
Dr. Singh graduated from the University of Delhi, India, with a Bachelor of Science in physiotherapy. He continued his education at Texas A&M University, earning his Master of Science in motor neuroscience, and received his Doctor of Physical Therapy from Arizona School of Health Sciences. Dr. Singh is among very few double Board-Certified Specialists in Orthopedic and Sports. Dr. Singh is also a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists. He has also completed a 6-month diploma from Harvard Business School.
Dr. Singh was an honorary president/co-founder of International Sports and Orthopedic Manual Therapy. He is a co-founder of the Global initiative of Expert Manual Physical Therapists. (GEM) He teaches physiotherapy/physical therapy students across the globe. Dr. Singh is a lifetime member of the Indian Association of Physiotherapy, Sports and Orthopedic Section of the American Physical Therapy Association and a Fellow member of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists.
Dr. Singh has taught over 100 online and offline courses through various platforms and presented at multiple international conferences. Dr. Singh has also been actively writing and reviewing articles for various physiotherapy/physical therapy journals. In addition, Dr. Singh has published various intricate topics highlighting role of manual therapy in complex patient problems.
- Singh, T., & Kumar, P. (2021). Plantar fasciopathy—looking beyond the obvious?A case report. Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy, 26(1).
- Singh, T and Kumar P. Treatment options for entrapment neuropathy of infrapatellar branch of saphenous nerve post knee arthroplasty. A single case-report. Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy, 27(12).
- Singh, T and Kumar, P. Pelvic pain in Maigne’s syndrome-A multi-segment approach. Bulletin of Faculty of Physical
- Singh, T and Kumar, P. Intercostobrachial neuralgia-A case of bizarre diagnosis. Bulletin of Faculty of Physical Therapy, 27(22).
Dr. Stephen Fort PT, DPT, COMT, Cert. DN, OCS, FAAOMPT
Co-founder of The Global Initiative for Expert Manual Therapists
Board Certified Orthopedic Clinic Specialist
Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic and Manual Physical Therapists
Dr. Fort grew up in Zimbabwe and attended school there until he graduated from high school and moved to the United States of America to attend University.
Dr. Fort graduated from Texas A&M University with Bachelor of Science in Health. He attended Physiotherapy school at Texas Tech University of Health Sciences where he earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy. Dr. Fort is a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist and a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic and Manual Physical Therapists. Dr. Fort is the co-founder of the Global Initiative for Expert Manual Therapists (GEM). Dr. Fort teaches physiotherapy students across the globe and has taught internationally both online and in-person courses including Manual Therapy and Dry Needling.
Dr. Fort has been practicing physiotherapy since 2013. When he isn’t working, Dr. Fort enjoys exercising, the outdoors, traveling, trying new foods, and meeting people. Dr. Fort is passionate about teaching physiotherapists to improve patient outcomes, physiotherapists satisfaction with their jobs, and to improve the prestige and value of the field of physiotherapy.