Brad Schoenthaler, PT, MS, OCS


Managing Partner, Physical Therapist
855-437-6444 ext. 701
Instagram: @sportsrehabconsulting
Denver, CO

A managing partner of Sports Rehab Consulting, Brad has been a practicing physical therapist for over 10 years.   He earned his undergraduate degree in Biomechanics and Sport Science from the University of Kansas and proceeded to graduate with his Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy from the KU Medical Center in 2005. He is recognized as a board certified Orthopedic Certified Specialist (OCS) through the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA).  Prior to his current role at SRC, Brad worked as an orthopedic physical therapist in Kansas, Washington and Colorado, most recently serving as a clinic director in Denver, CO.

Utilizing the Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) model and various treatment techniques, including joint manipulation, instrument assisted soft tissue massage, and trigger point dry needling (TPDN), Brad specializes in orthopedic injuries and sports rehabilitation with an extensive history of working with patients and athletes ranging from adolescence age to the professional level.  While he has treated patients with a wide variety of pathologies, he has considerable experience treating upper and lower extremity post surgical cases, including significant time working with arthroscopic hip procedures.

In 2013, Brad presented a peer talk in coordination with Dr. Brian White reviewing “Current Concepts for Hip Scopes and Labral Repairs/Reconstructions”  Through past work with “Frappier Acceleration” sports training and various running based continuing education courses, Brad has had the privilege to work and treat a large caseload of competitive runners and specializes in running based injuries.

Brad’s passion in the physical therapy field is treating the individual in a comprehensive manner that utilizes his biomechanics background to analyze how all moving parts contribute the overall health of the athlete.  Looking at the body as a high demanding, complex machine allows him to treat the entire body as one unit, versus treating at the affected segment only.  Brad’s goal is to not only to relieve pain and restore normal body function, but to enhance the athlete’s performance by optimizing their body’s ability to handle the stresses incurred during their sport.  Only when the body is working at it’s most efficient state, is it able to achieve peak performance.