Chris Choi

PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

About

Chris was born and raised on the East Coast in Columbia, Maryland where he ended up graduating at the University of Maryland: College Park with a bachelor of science in kinesiology in 2016 (Go Terps!). Shortly after, made his move to be an international student at the University of Melbourne in Australia. During his time as a student, he was working as a sports trainer for a local Aussie Rules Footy team.

Graduating with a Doctorate of Physiotherapy Degree at the end of 2019, he spent time working as a private practice physiotherapist for the next 2 years. At the end of 2022, Chris decided to make the move back to the states where he landed at the PNW. Chris is a movement-based physiotherapist that is passionate about individualizing each treatment plan to be specific to the patient’s goals.

Chris has always been a huge fan of sports, both playing and watching. In high school and college intramural played football and wrestled, but has recently been more interested in golf. Being from Maryland he is one of the biggest Baltimore Ravens fans! He also enjoys exploring the PNW with his partner and fur baby, by going on hikes, and is always on the search for more delicious IPAs.

Special Interests:

  • Athletic development at all ages
  • Shoulder Rehab

 


Q & A

What is your favorite Pandora Station?
Hip Hop, RnB, LowFi

What is your favorite sport to watch?
Football, Basketball, Golf, Tennis, and UFC/MMA

To Play?
Spikeball, Golf, Weightlifting

If you could only eat one food or meal for the rest of your life what would it be and why?
Pizza, since you can top with different things and have variety.

What is your Starbucks order?
Nitro Cold Brew

Education

University of Melbourne, Doctorate of Physiotherapy 

Hometown

Columbia, Maryland

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