ProEx announces the appointment of Christopher Stackpole, PT, DPT, ATC, CSCS as a Staff Physical Therapist.
Stackpole, who will practice in ProEx’s Farmington, CT and Springfield, MA locations, will focus on manual therapy and exercise therapy, integrating all elements of rehabilitation into a seamless package to provide the highest quality of patient care.
Prior to joining ProEx, Stackpole was the Sports Performance Coach for former Boston Celtic’s center Kendrick Perkins; previously he was a Clinical Education Facilitator with the Boston University Athletic Training Program.
Stackpole received a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training and his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Boston University. His continuing education course work includes TRX Suspension Training and Gua Sha Instrument-Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization from Athletes’ Performance.
Stackpole delivered a presentation on “Injury Prevention Training: Critical Considerations and Protocol for the Future” at the 81st Annual Massachusetts Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance State Convention held in 2010 in Worcester, MA.
“It is with pleasure that we announce Christopher to our team of professionals,” said Tina McDonald, PT and Regional Clinical Director of the CT/Western MA region of ProEx Physical Therapy. “We are certain he will thrive in our practice where the highest standard of clinical care is the consistent goal.”