Dr. Rob Scrivner
My greatest passions in life are climbing in wild environments and helping others feel and move better so they can pursue the things they love. I first became interested in pursuing a career in physical therapy as a high-school student competing in cross country and track and field. I was lucky to earn a scholarship to study at University of Colorado Colorado Springs, where I continued to compete as an NCAA Division II athlete.
I have been a rock climber since I was twelve years old, and have climbed in areas across the United States and around the world including El Chaltén (Patagonia) and Mexico. I have developed new routes in and around the Estes Valley and high in the alpine terrain of RMNP.
I am interested in pain neuroscience education and helping patients understand how our bodies work. I’m passionate about pushing the limits of human ability, and I love working with all sorts of patients; from professional athletes to patients with neurological conditions, it's a pleasure to do what I do every day.
I am a Physical Therapist and Alpine Climber; born and raised in Denver, Colorado. I moved to Estes Park in the spring of 2019, completely captivated by the alpine environment of Rocky Mountain National Park
Doctor of Physical Therapy, University of Colorado
Functional Dry Needling Level I
Additional Training in Dizziness and Balance Training
Sports Performance - Especially Climbing + Skiing
Vestibular Dysfunction, BPPV
Chronic Pain Management