Scott joined the Pain and Wellness Center at the beginning of 2008, as Director of Physical Therapy. His treatments focus on attaining maximal functional results and pain reduction with each session by incorporating specific hands-on techniques, proper stretching, strengthening, coordination and balance training. He has treated outpatient orthopedic and chronic pain patients throughout his career in various settings, including his work with elite athletes for high performance training.
There are two ways to live: you can live as if nothing is a miracle, or you can live as if everything is a miracle
Scott received his Manual Therapy Certification from Great Lakes Seminars in 2004 and is now a Head Instructor with Great Lakes Seminars, teaching manual therapy courses throughout the nation. His B.S. in Sport Science from Colorado University included a Minor in Anatomy and Neurobiology as well as a concentration in Wellness Program Management and Cardiac Rehabilitation.
Education & Publications
B.S. in Exercise and Sport Science, Colorado State University, graduated 1997
Masters in Physical Therapy, Andrews University, Dayton, Ohio, graduated 2000
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, National Strength and Conditioning Association
Certified in Integrated Manual Therapy, Great Lakes Seminars