Mountaincrest's Fyzical Therapy and Balance Centers of Arkansas is proud to be a level 3 balance center that can help you with any of your balance and vestibular problems, aside from treating your orthopedic and sports injury Visit us and see our diagnostic and state of the art therapeutic equipment...
Stewart Ong is an Oriental trained PT who is certified in a multitude of therapies. His skill set includes: Manual therapy by Hands-On Therapy, Craniosacral therapy, and Somatoemotional Release therapy. He is also certified in many areas. Stewart is a certified LSVT BIG practitioner, certified Master Level III in balance and vestibular rehabilitation by the Fyzical Therapy and Balance Centers of America since 2016 (one of only 68 certified in the country), certified with Kinesiotaping (one of the pioneer users of Kinesiotaping since 1995), certified with Physical Capacity Profile, certified in performing job analysis, and an IASTM practitioner. Stewart is also trained in Positional release, Blood Flow Restriction, and the oriental art of healing which includes Shiatsu or acupressure, medicupping, visceral manipulation with special interest in nutrition and natural healing technique. Mr. Ong is currently pursuing his doctoral degree from College of St. Scholastica, graduating from the program this coming May 2019, in order to providing excellent and improved care for his clients. Mr. Ong is a lifelong learner and is not afraid to tackle the obstacles head on through education, research, and the use of appropriate evidence-based practice. Half of his life was spent in the Philippines, moving to America in 1995 where he is now residing. He has been a small business owner since 2001 and started his privately-owned PT outpatient clinic with a partner in 2004. He has since owned his own practice since 2009 and has rebranded his practice to better serve the growing population and answer the call to action in regard to falling by focusing on fall prevention in the community. In his spare time, he likes to read, catch up with good movies, ride bikes, and travel to different parts of the world to try exotic foods and learn different healing arts with his two boys, daughter, and his wife. Stewart received his Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from Cebu Doctors’ University, in the Philippines and will be completing his Doctoral degree in Physical Therapy from the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, Minnesota. Mr. Ong received a scholarship during his undergraduate schooling and was awarded the highest distinction— the award for Academic Excellence—in the history of his college. His first job started even before he graduated as a PT working under the license of a physiatrist. Through this job, Stewart was able to see his own caseload of clients in the Philippines before he was recruited to come over to America. In Oklahoma, where his first assignment was as a travelling PT, he was able to advance to become the lead therapist in a 544-bed acute hospital while heading the wound care department of the largest hospital in Lawton, Oklahoma. He was also recruited to see the daily operations of the entire acute care including the swing bed and wound care department thereafter. He has experience in LTC, home health PT, school-based program, and in POPTs. Mr. Ong is committed to supporting and enriching physical therapy as a profession, as a member of the Arkansas Physical Therapy Association, and as a member of the American Physical Therapy Association.
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