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Peter Schrey, DPT, OCS, CSCS, joined Focus Physical Therapy after relocating to Central Oregon from the Bay Area in 2013. Practicing since 2005, Peter brings an eclectic approach to his PT/strength coach hybrid care. He has extensive experience in sports and spine dysfunction focused on high quality care and is the Clinical Director of Focus PT’s Old Mill Clinic. Peter is happy to “geek out” on the latest scientific articles and applies sound evidence-informed principles to individualized care to help patients achieve their goals.

E-Mail: peter@focusptbend.com

Highlights

  • Sports Medicine Team Organizer for Cascade Lakes Relay 2018-present,
  • PT provider for Bend FC Timbers Youth Soccer Club 2018-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, 2008 & 2012,
  • Sports Medicine Provider Track and Field National Championships, Eugene, OR, 2009 & 2011
  • APTA Combined Sections Meeting 2003 and 2017,
  • AAOMPT Conference, Seattle, WA 2008,
  • Oregon Physical Therapy Conference, Eugene, OR 2006

EDUCATION

Doctorate in Physical Therapy, Regis University, Denver, CO 2005
B.S. Kinesiology, emphasis Human Movement Studies, San Francisco State, CA, 2002

Advanced Certifications

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

Interests

He is married to Liz, a veterinarian, stays busy with 2 daughters, 2 dogs and a cat, and enjoys running, snowboarding, traveling, picking up weights and putting them down, and exploring the outdoors of the Pacific Northwest.

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Patient Testimonials

Return to activities

I am able to walk with less pain, exercise, move, play tennis and participate in other activities with relative ease which I could not do without following my therapist advice.

Who makes a difference? Peter.

How much Peter cares about my daughter’s progress and healing. He takes a lot of extra time to talk and make reasonable plans with her.