Scott’s primary interest is outpatient orthopedic physical therapy. He integrates a thorough medical and functional assessment along with education, manual therapy, dry needling, therapeutic exercise, strength and conditioning with his patients. He uses these tools to optimize movement, function and work capacity so patients can succeed in life and in their activities. Scott has developed a deeper interest in working with rotational athletes and fitness athletes including Crossfit athletes, runners and anyone interested in competing at a high level. Scott also has a strong passion for coaching youth sports and working with developing athletes. These interests complement each other well developing and promoting an athlete’s ability to stay healthy as well as developing strength, speed, and power.
Scott also has a strong passion for education of his patients and within the practice of physical therapy. He is an adjunct faculty member in the University of Iowa Physical Therapy program in which he is a guest lecturer, clinical educator, and serves on the interview committee. He uses these experiences educating within the university to better his abilities as an educator with working with clients and when promoting the profession of Physical Therapy. Outside of work, Scott’s greatest interests are spending time with his family and friends. His favorite activities are coaching or attending his kids events, playing sports or exploring the outdoors, attending Hawkeye sporting events and spending time in Okoboji with his parents and in-laws.