After earning his Bachelor of Science Degree in Exercise Science/Physiology from Temple University in 2003, Scott received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Boston University in 2006. He received his certification as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist in June 2012, and his certification as a Functional Manual Therapist in 2014. Scott has been certified in functional dry needling through Kinetacore and is a TPI certified Level II Medical Professional.
Born and raised outside of Philadelphia, Scott began his career at Medstar Georgetown University Hospital in Washington D.C. There, he developed a strong interest in functional manual therapy through The Institute of Physical Art. Instead of looking at individual body parts, this unique form of physical therapy evaluates the whole body as a functional unit. Very commonly, an individual’s symptoms are brought on by dysfunctions in other regions of the body, whether it’s from old injuries or movement/postural habits. This way Scott not only alleviates your symptoms, he makes it less likely that those symptoms return.
Scott jointed CIMT in 2011 where he started collaborating with the elite strength and conditioning coaches at Optimum Performance Training Institute. This is where he developed a unique approach to exercise rehabilitation. Scott focuses on training foundational movement patterns, which effectively improve core stability, increase flexibility, and build strength throughout the entire body. Training the entire body leads to improved performance and a substantial decrease in the risk of re-injury.
Scott specializes in the treatment of both basic and complicated musculoskeletal injuries, with a focus on individuals with chronic pain. He has a special interest in working with athletes, especially in golf and baseball.
To setup an appointment with Scott, please call 410-740-2155 or email him at email@example.com
The Center for Integrated Manual Therapies
9130 Red Branch RD, Suite F
Columbia, MD 21045