Curtis received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from George Fox University in 2015. His athletic background as a D-1 football player at Oregon State University and competitive powerlifter allows him to meet the unique needs of competitive athletes and weekend warriors of all ages and skill levels.
As a Strength and Conditioning Coach, Curtis leans heavily on this skill set to construct exercise programs designed to safely and efficiently meet the individual goals of his patients.
As a Certified Sleep and Recovery Coach, Curtis has been fortunate to speak to large companies and organizations as well as consult 1-on-1 with individuals regarding improving their overall health and wellness. Whether it is on the topics of stress management, sleep and recovery or exercise and fitness, Curtis has years of experience as a public speaker and advocate for promoting an active approach to improving health.
In the clinic, Curtis strives to deliver a person-centered approach to rehab. This means, that each person’s individual background, beliefs, goals and interests help drive the recovery process. By integrating current best evidence in the realms of sleep, recovery, exercise and manual therapy, patient’s will have the tools needed to make long term change.
When not working with patients, Curtis is often enjoying expanding his knowledge base through podcasts, books, webinars and collaboration with other healthcare providers and sport coaches. Outside of the clinic, Curtis is passionate about being a good husband and father. Helping to raise 3 daughters with his wife Ashley, there is never a dull moment and always an adventure to be had.