Connor Williams, PT, DPT, CSCS
Staff Physical Therapy Assistant
Located in the Coeur d’Alene office:
- Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Pacific University Oregon
- Bachelors of Science in Health Science from Whitworth University
- Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist since 2015
Connor Williams PT, DPT, CSCS joined Orthopedic Physical Therapy Institute in August of 2019 as a staff physical therapist. He is a graduate from Pacific University Oregon, where he earned a Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy. While pursuing his undergraduate degree, he was a student athlete who received a Bachelor’s of Science in Health Science from Whitworth University, while also competing in football.
As a physical therapist, delivering a unique and individualized treatment plan for each patient is important to Connor. His mission is to maximize the function of those suffering from an orthopedic condition by providing skilled physical therapy services to those in need. He utilizes the best evidence based research available, in addition to clinical expertise gained from clinical education experiences and prior physical therapy work history. As he has completed clinical rotations in a variety of PT settings, (outpatient orthopedics, rehabilitation hospitals, neurological care, and skilled nursing facilities) he has an exceptional ability to fluidly meet the needs of a widely diverse patient population.
Connor is born and raised in Coeur d’Alene, ID and is excited about the opportunity to return to the area and give back to the community that helped shape his professional career. As a true North Idaho native he appreciates all the great aspects that this area has to offer. In time spent out of the office, he enjoys getting outdoors with his wife and family. A brief list of the active things they like to do include hiking, back-packing, skiing, mountain biking and competing in triathlons.
DID YOU KNOW?
We are a physical therapy and rehabilitation division of OSSM, so our rehab team members have close, ongoing communication with your doctor or surgeon.