Graham Linck, DPT
Dr. Linck was born and raised in southern Las Vegas, Nevada. Following high school he spent four years in Portland, Oregon while obtaining a Bachelors degree in Life Science from the University of Portland Honors Program. Following his bachelors, he returned to Las Vegas to attend UNLV while completing his Doctorate of Physical Therapy, in the inaugural class in 2008. During his internship Linck returned to Portland , working with Rebound Orthopedic and Sports Physical therapy. The Rebound Group helped to manage the treatment for the Portland Trailblazers, Portland State, and Concordia University athletes.
After graduation from PT school, he interned at Impact Basketball, a national basketball training facility which has trained numerous NBA, college, and high school basketball players. His intern duties included assisting the athletic trainers, strength coaches, and player development coaches, maximizing the athlete’s performance. In the summer of 2008, he began working for Physiotherapy Associates, a national PT group, in a variety of capacities, as a licensed physical therapist and clinic director. During the first three and a half years he was mentored by the world renown Bob Donatelli, PT. During that time, they worked collaboratively with a number of professional, college, and high school athletes in a variety of sports including: basketball, baseball, tennis, gymnastics, golf and MMA/ Muay Thai fighters.
Dr. Linck was recently voted the Gold Winner for Best Physical Therapist in Las Vegas by the Review Journal for 2017. He is one of the first physical therapists to receive General Certification for CBP (Clinical Biomechanics /Chiropractic Biophysics Technique) and looks forward to further investigating how spinal posture can influence peripheral orthopedic and balance conditions. He is Level 1 certified with RockTape and has taken multiple courses in dry needling over the past couple of years and is excited about learning new techniques and evidence-based treatment approaches to assist his patients and athletes achieve their personal and fitness goals.
Dr. Linck is a published author. He has written two textbook chapters on ankle rehabilitation that were published in Rehabilitation of the Postsurgical Orthopedic Patient, 3rd edition, on Lateral Ligament Repair of the Ankle and Open Reduction and Internal Fixation of the Ankle.
Graham met his wonderful wife, Mimi, while attending PT school at UNLV and has been happily married since 2011. They enjoy playing at home, with their crazy toddler Lilu and their new baby girl Lani. Graham is also a sports enthusiast and enjoys cheering on the UNLV basketball program and the Indianapolis Colts. And since he is a Vegas native he is tremendously excited about the Vegas Golden Knights – GO KNIGHTS GO!- and the Raiders coming to town in the future.