Teresa Schuemann, PT, DPT, SCS, ATC, CSCS


Physical Therapist
Denver, CO

Dr. Schuemann attained her physical therapy degree from University of Missouri: Columbia, completed a sports physical therapy residency at Berkshire Institute in Pennsylvania and her clinical doctorate in physical therapy at A. T. Still University. Dr. Schuemann is a board certified Sports Physical Therapy Specialist (SCS), a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC), and a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS).

Dr. Schuemann remains a member of the U.S. Olympic Sports Medicine team and has traveled with elite athletic teams both in the United States and abroad. She was the sports medicine provider for the International Triathlon Union’s (ITU) Sports Development team during its 6 year duration. Here she worked with elite triathletes from developing countries on the World Cup and Championship circuit to assist in their attainment of their Olympic dream. Huge successes were completed by the program and the participating athletes with over 80% of the team members representing their respective countries in either the Beijing, London or both Olympic games. This program allowed ITU to experience one of the most diverse fields (with athletes from many different countries) in Olympic history in London.

A published author, Dr. Schuemann remains a frequent lecturer at state and national conferences with topics ranging from sports injury prevention, female athlete triad, emergency management of athletic injury, Functional return to sport testing, comprehensive evaluation & treatment of the injured shoulder, management of the elite triathlete and management of sports concussion. Dr. Schuemann developed one of the nation’s first credentialed sports physical therapy residency programs and remains active in the education of future sports physical therapy specialists as the Program Director of Evidence in Motion’s (EIM) accredited Sport Physical Therapy Residency Program. Teresa is active in her community and is currently serving her second term as the Secretary of the Sports Physical Therapy Section (SPTS of APTA).