Peter Schrey, DPT, OCS, CSCS, recently joined Focus Physical Therapy after relocating to Central Oregon at the end of 2013. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in kinesiology, with an emphasis in human movement studies, from San Francisco State University in 2002. Three years later, he earned his doctorate in physical therapy from Regis University in Denver, CO.
Practicing since 2005, Peter brings an eclectic approach to his patient-centered care. Since receiving his doctorate in PT, he became Board Certified in Orthopedics (OCS, 2011), became a Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS, 2005), and has completed more than 500 hours of post-graduate continuing education. He has extensive experience in spine dysfunction working at multiple clinics focused on high quality spine care. He has volunteered at multiple Track and Field events in Eugene, most recently the World Junior Championships.
Currently, Peter is pursuing a certification in McKenzie Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (also known as the McKenzie Method) as well as a fellowship in the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy. He is also a certified Clinical Instructor, volunteering his time teaching PT students during their clinical internships.
He is married to Liz, a veterinarian, stays busy with 2 young girls, 2 dogs and a cat, and enjoys running, snowboarding, homebrewing, and exploring the outdoors.
Peter Schrey, DPT, OCS, CSCS
Doctorate in Physical Therapy, Regis University, Denver, CO 2005
B.S. Kinesiology, emphasis Human Movement Studies, San Francisco State, CA, 2002
Orthopedic Clinical Specialist, ABPTS/APTA, 2011-present
Strength and Conditioning Specialist, NSCA, 2005- present
APTA Credential Clinical Instructor, 2010- present
CPR and 1st Aid, 2005- present
Sports Medicine Provider, IAAF Junior World Track Championships, Eugene, OR 2014
Invited Speaker, Prevention of LBP in the Workplace, City of Eugene Parks dept, 2013
Sports Medicine Provider, Track and Field Olympic Trials, Eugene, OR, 2012
Sports Medicine Provider, Track and Field National Championships, Eugene, OR, 2011
Sports Medicine Provider, Track and Field National Championships, Eugene, OR, 2009
Sports Medicine Provider, Track and Field Olympic Trials, Eugene, OR 2008
AAOMPT Conference, Seattle, WA 2008
Oregon Physical Therapy Conference, Eugene, OR 2006
APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Tampa, FL 2003
ADVANCED COURSEWORK (RECENT)
Selective Functional Movement Assessment and FMS, 09/2014, Greg Rose, DC and Behnad Honarbakhsh, MPT, DO
Treatment and Rehab of Lower Extremity Trauma, 04/2014, The Center Foundation (Bend, OR)
McKenzie MDT, Part C: Problem Solving, 10/2013, David Oliver, PT, Dip MDT
Advanced Differential Diagnosis & Treatment of Neurogenic Pain, 05/2013, Jack Stagge, PT, OCS, FAAOMPT
McKenzie MDT, Part B: Cervical/Thoracic, 09/2012, Greg Matusiak, PT, Dip MDT
Beyond the Slump Test: Lower Quarter Neurogenic Pain, 05/2012, Jack Stagge, PT, OCS, FAAOMPT
PNF I, Institute of Physical Art, 03/2012, Michael Baum, PT, CMPT
Upper Quarter Pain Puzzle, Upper Quarter Neurogenic Pain, 11/2011, Jack Stagge, PT, OCS, FAAOMPT
A Patient says
The focused, individualized care for continuing improvement is what keeps me returning. Burke and Peter listen to my concerns and work to find ways to keep my therapy in line with my needs to lead a healthy lifestyle. Pushing me to become stronger yet managing my limitations is working well. The Recharge Clinic reorganization of space to provide more equipment in a separate Focus Therapy room is a great improvement.
Peter's patient says
Peter understands my needs and goes about meeting them with patience and compassion.