With 25 years of clinical experience, Scott has been treating a wide variety of physical therapy patients in outpatient, hospital, long-term care and home health settings with a primary focus in outpatient orthopedics and chronic pain clientele. Languages: English
Scott is a 1989 graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison program in physical therapy and continues to further his expertise through continuing education. Scott has applied much of his ongoing training toward manual therapy techniques; including Paris, Maitland, MFR and craniosacral education. His outpatient clinical philosophy is to address physical impairments with manual therapy, functional exercise and patient education in order to restore and improve a patient’s motion, wellbeing and quality of life.
Outside of work, Scott is married with three children. He enjoys being active with his family, including camping, coaching football, cheering at sporting events, and walking his dog, Murphy.