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Scott has spent the past 5 years cementing his role as the premiere neurological rehab Therapist in the greater-Williamsburg area.  Having introduced many new techniques to the community, he remains focused on changing the future of neurological rehabilitation through innovation and education.  Motivated by the functional and quality of life improvements seen in his patients, Scott aims to provide comprehensive, holistic therapy that is challenging, yet fun.

His specialties and areas of treatment include Parkinson's disease, other movement disorders, ataxia, postural instability, stroke rehabilitation, vestibular dysfunction, multiple sclerosis, gait training, functional / body mechanics, and radiculopathies.  He is also well-versed in general orthopedic conditions and injuries.  Scott truly values educating the community about neurological rehabilitation through his involvement in numerous support groups, charity outreaches, and local events.

Born and raised on the Virginia Peninsula, Scott enjoys roller coasters, cheering on his Penn State Nittany Lions, and spending time with his wife, Kelly, and their new baby girl, who was born in April of 2018.

Education

Kinesiology at Pennsylvania State University
Physical Therapist Assistant at Tidewater Community College

Career

 5+ years experience with specialized neurological rehabilitation
 Involved in numerous local support groups, educational gatherings, and charity events
Spoke at various events throughout Hampton Roads and the Richmond area of Virginia

Professional Achievements & Qualifications

1st to bring LSVT BIG to outpatient therapy in Williamsburg
 1st to bring Rock Steady Boxing to the Virginia Peninsula
Featured in publications including: Daily Press, The Virginia Gazette, Next Door Neighbors, WYDaily, and more
 LSVT BIG Certified Clinician
 Rock Steady Boxing Certified Coach
 Tai Chi for Rehabilitation Certified Instructor


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