Andy joined the Stanford sports medicine team as a staff physical therapist in the spring of 2011. Prior to his arrival, he worked in a variety of sports and orthopaedic settings in Seattle, Atlanta, and Honolulu, where he had the opportunity to work with high school, collegiate, Olympic, and professional athletes. With his clinical interest and background in movement dysfunctions, Andy approaches his care of student-athletes focusing on biomechanical assessments and correcting movement impairments.
While he provides care to student-athletes from all 36 varsity sports programs, his primary team assignments are baseball, men’s tennis, and women’s tennis. Andy remains committed to seeking new knowledge and skills to integrate into the delivery of care for his patients, as well as collaborating with other members of the health care team and athletic department.
Andy serves as the Center Coordinator for Clinical Education (CCCE), a position in which he establishes and maintains clinical rotations at Stanford for students enrolled at physical therapy schools. The physical therapy department at Stanford sports medicine is committed to furthering their profession through mentoring of physical therapy students and sharing information with other health professionals.
- Carleton College, Bachelors of Science in Political Science (1998)
- Washington University, Masters of Science in Physical Therapy (2001)
- Washington University, Doctorate in Physical Therapy (2004)
- Licensed Physical Therapist (CA)
- Board Certified Specialist in Sports Physical Therapy
- Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist