Howard Levine, P.T., C.O.M.T., F.A.A.O.M.P.T., is a certified orthopedic manual physical therapist at Hall Health Center on the UW Campus.
Levine has a particular interest and expertise in problems of the back and neck. He is committed to helping people feel better, move better and achieve what is meaningful to them. He searches for and addresses the contributing causes of people's pain or poor function as well as their pain itself. He uses an eclectic approach which is informed by the integrated systems model, tai chi and manual therapy.
Levine earned his P.T. from the UW. He also attended Bastyr University for two of the four-year naturopathic medicine program.
Outside of work he enjoys playing tennis, hiking and tai chi, as well as spending time with his wife and special needs son.