Steve completed his Physical Therapy degree at Quinnipiac College in 1993. He then worked for a private practice in Colorado Springs specializing in Sports and Spine Rehabilitation. Steve is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. He moved back to New Hampshire in 1998 and worked for Concord Hospital from 1998 through 2007. Steve and Christine founded Stockwell Physical Therapy in April of 2007 in order to pursue their dream of owning and operating their own practice.
Steve has always been involved in team sports throughout high school and college. He also competed in the sport of cycling and triathlon through the 90’s and 2000’s. He applies these principles and knowledge to athletes as well as all individuals as they return to the life they dream of living.
Christine received her Bachelor of Science degree in 1993 from The University of New Hampshire in Exercise Science, and her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy in 1996 from Springfield College. Over the years, she has specialized in orthopedics and Women’s Health Pelvic Therapy. She is a member of the Global Pelvic Health Alliance and is passionate about educating and helping prenatal, post partum, and women experiencing menopause, who may be suffering from back pain, incontinence, and pelvic pain.
Her and her husband, Steve have made a positive impact in successfully treating their clients and athletes within the Hopkinton, Contoocook, Warner, Webster, and Henniker areas, over the last 12 years. Together, they have three active children who compete locally in athletics. Christine enjoys mentoring and guiding them with their training plans to prevent injury and improve core strength, two essentials of any athlete. Outside of the office, Christine enjoys traveling with her family and is devoted to her own fitness regimen of cycling and strength training to facilitate a long and healthy life.
Tracey graduated from Colby Sawyer College in 2011 with a BS in Exercise Science. In 2014 she graduated from River Valley Community College with her PTA degree where she received the Ruby Decker Award for academic excellence, professionalism & commitment to Physical Therapy. Tracey thoroughly enjoys rehabbing Patients from ACL reconstruction and other sport-related injuries, Total Joint Replacements, and treating Patients for Falls-Risk prevention.
She has recently attended the following continuing-education courses & seminars. Prehab for Running injuries such as IT band & Shin Splints (November 2018), Evaluation and Treatment of Adhesive Capsulitis (November 4th, 2018), Manual Therapy for Instant Relief of Neck & Shoulder Dysfunction (November 2018) Concord Orthopaedics Summit (May 2015, May 2016, September 2017), Therapeutic Exercise for the Aging Spine & Pelvis (March 2017), The Hands-on Guide to Vestibular Rehabilitation (November 2017),Manual Therapy for Low Back Pain (April 2016), Strengthening Core Stability (September 2016), & Graston Technique (December 2014).
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