Full-hour sessions of 1-on-1 care, effective Manual Therapy techniques with an expert
Mr. Schroeder received his bachelor's degree in Biology in 1993 from the University of Rochester. He presented clinical research at the 1994 World Physical Therapy Conference "Improving the Quality of Physical Therapy" entitled 'Mapping Carpal Tunnel Syndrome by Serial Current Perception Threshold' in the Netherlands. In 1997, he was awarded a Master of Physical Therapy (MPT) from University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences.
Paul has treated a wide variety of injuries during his 23+ years of experience, including expertise in sports medicine (keen interest in ACL and rotator cuff/labral injuries), general orthopedics, headaches, and most notably concussions. While owner/operator of his own clinic in NJ, he developed an industry-leading, evidence-based Return to Participation (RTP) Concussion Management Program. Five of those years focused on pediatric orthopedics. He was formerly Accelerated Rehab's Concussion Management RTP Coordinator and has appeared on ESPN Sports Weekly Radio, 670 AM SCORE Radio, and in the Chicago Sun Times discussing detection, education, and management of concussive injuries. Mr. Schroeder's treatment style utilizes an eclectic blend of manual techniques, client education, a multitude of exercise modes, while harnessing intrinsic motivation to foster behavior patterns
of optimal health and wellness.
Paul Schroeder is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), as well as Orthopedic, Sports, and Illinois sections. He has lectured at New York Medical College's DPT Program regarding "Private Practice in Physical Therapy." In 2012, he lectured at Chicago Sports Medicine Group's Annual Meeting regarding the topic "Concussion Management and Return to Play (RTP)." He has earned his Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). He has served as a clinical instructor for 26 entry-level Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) students. Paul is an adjunct faculty at DePaul University, designing and teaching a course in the Health Sciences Department, "Introduction to Physical Therapy."
Paul has many hobbies and interests including fitness training, participating in sports, avid golfer and bowler, live music, hiking, and travel, to name a few. As a collegiate and competitive bowler, participated in many tournaments, including the one of the four major tournaments on the PBA tour, the 2007 U.S. Open.
Running/Cross-Country, Volleyball, Ice Hockey, Fencing, Track & Field, Lacrosse, Dance Team, Cheerleading, Baseball, and Softball, Tennis, Swimming, Wrestling
Soccer, Basketball, Football, Ultimate Frisbee, Rugby, Track & Field, Baseball, Tennis, Volleyball, MMA, Gymnastics, Cycling, Ultra-Marathon, Equestrian
Football, Bowling, Golf, Handball, Gealic Football, Dodgeball
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