Chris Drew, MSPT is a Physical Therapist licensed by the state of Virginia. He graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University in 1999 with a degree in health science with a focus in Kinesiotherapy. He did an internship at Mcguire VA hospital in Richmond, VA where he gained experience working in spinal cord injuries, orthopaedics, and cardiac rehabilitation. He graduated form the Medical College of Virginia in 2002 with a Master of Science degree in Physical Therapy. He has over seven years experience treating various diagnoses and spent the last four years as the director of an outpatient orthopedic facility. He is also an active participant in the American Physical Therapy Association.
Chris initially became interested in Physical Therapy after undergoing multiple knee surgeries for sports injuries he suffered in high school and college. His own experiences have given him a great interest in the sports medicine and orthopedic area, especially in rehabilitating the knee. He takes a biomechanical approach to treating people’s physical problems. He not only focuses on the direct problem, but problems in other areas of the body that could contribute to the initial complaint.
Chris is currently studying for his doctorate in Physical Therapy at the Medical College of Virginia. He is married with a two-year-old son and a 4-month-old daughter. In his spare time he likes to spend time with his family, exercise, and study the Cambodian language.