Rob is a native of Southern Oregon. Born and raised in Grants Pass, Oregon, he graduated from Grants Pass High School and worked in the timber industry. After several years, he decided to return to college to pursue an interest in physical wellness and graduated from Rogue Community College in 1993 with a certificate in Massage Therapy. He then attended Mount Hood Community College and graduated in 1995 with an Associate of Applied Science degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA).
Rob is an outdoor enthusiast, and enjoys fishing, camping and hunting. He is married with two adult children. Rob’s clinical interests include therapeutic exercise for orthopedic conditions, manual therapy and massage. His strong commitment to personal fitness helps him to guide his patients toward healthy recovery from trauma or injury, while helping to encourage them to have fun in the process.
“I have always believed in exercise activity and feel that a clinician will experience better credibility with their patients if they live the lifestyle they are attempting to teach their clientele. Also, my Christian faith is very important to how I live my life, providing a compass that directs me in how I treat all people both in the clinic as well as in everyday life.”