Adam Douglas Saloom, PT, DPT, SCS
Adam Saloom is a doctor of physical therapy with a board certification as a sports clinical specialist. After obtaining his doctorate of physical therapy from Texas Woman’s University, Adam completed his sports residency at Texas Children’s Hospital where he treated adolescent athletes in basketball, soccer, track, and football. As a former collegiate athlete, Adam is passionate about treating athletes to return to sport through individualized, evidence-based care.
Using his experience as a track athlete and long distance runner, Adam specializes in treating endurance athletes through manual therapy and therapeutic exercise. Adam is also a Level 1 Certified Gait Analyst and he incorporates gait mechanics and training education into his treatment approach. He enjoys participating in athletic activities such as running, soccer, and recreational sports.
Level 1 Certified Gait Analyst
Emergency Medical Responder
Endurance Sport-Related Injuries
Role of Physical Therapy in the Treatment of Posterior Ankle Impingement in Pediatric Athletes – A Prospective Study; Poster presentation at National APTA Combined Sections Meeting, February 2021.
The Effects of Fatigue on Landing Error Scoring System Performance – A Pilot Study; Poster presentation at National APTA Combined Sections Meeting, February 2020.
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