5 Questions: UOI Sports Concussion PT Caroline Bertram Discusses Symptoms, Dangers, Treatments with PBN

(PBN) — Caroline Bertram is a sports concussion physical therapist at University Orthopedics’ new Sports Concussion Rehabilitation Center. Holding a doctorate of physical therapy degree, Bertram specializes in the treatment of concussions. She has worked with players from the Providence Bruins, Brown University athletes, as well as many other student-athletes in Rhode Island. In Providence Business News’ 5 Questions, she discusses the symptoms of concussions, their dangers, and the services offered at the Sports Concussion Rehabilitation Center.  

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About Caroline Bertram, PT, DPT

Caroline Bertram is a Doctor of Physical Therapy, specializing in the treatment of concussions. After earning a bachelor’s degree in exercise science from Sacred Heart University, she attended the University of Rhode Island, where she earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. Initially treating general orthopedic conditions, she quickly developed a special interest in treating patients with balance, dizziness, and other neurological concerns. She has worked with players from the Providence Bruins, Brown University athletes, as well as many other student-athletes in Rhode Island.


Concussion Center Providers include: 

Andrew Chen, MD, Peter Kriz, MD, Philip Salko, MD, Caroline Bertram, PT, DPT and Kate Wilks, LAT, ATC