Connor received his bachelor’s degree from Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado where he played collegiate soccer in addition to competing in cross country ski and bike races. His enjoyment of outdoor adventure naturally aligned with his desire to become a physical therapist and help others stay active with their own passions. He relocated to the Pacific Northwest to complete the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington.
Connor has expertise in general orthopedics, with a special interest in return to sports for various demographics and injuries. His practice scope focuses on sports medicine and the treatment of endurance athletes of all types, climbers, whitewater athletes, and team sport injuries. Connor has advanced training in wheelchair seating and prescription, running and cycling evaluation, bike fitting, and the treatment of climbing injuries. He additionally sees patients with concussion/vestibular, lower extremity amputee treatment, and advanced adaptive sport injuries.
When not working, he and his girlfriend, Nikki, can be found on one their mountain bikes, in trail shoes, climbing gear, or skis or in a raft with their two dogs, Maverick and Goose.