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Teresa Schuemann



What I love about teaching at EIM is the additive effect of so many diverse medical professionals learning together how to best serve our clients. This is an environment where 2 + 2 = > 4 and we all learn together for the advancement of this great profession.”


Dr. Teresa Schuemann has over thirty years of professional experience in sports physical therapy. She has served as a member of the sports medicine team at the United States Olympic Center and International Triathlon Union. She attained her physical therapy degree from University of Missouri: Columbia (1987), her board certification in sports physical therapy (1996 and recertifications in 2006 and 2016), and her clinical doctorate in physical therapy through AT. Still University (2007). She is an athletic trainer certified and a certified strength and conditioning specialist. She is an active member of professional organizations in athletic training and sports physical therapy. In her leisure time, she enjoys hiking, biking, snowboarding, cross-country skilling, trail running, and fly fishing with her husband, Karl, and her favorite female athletes/daughters, Alena and Sophia. 

Current Roles
  • Director of Residencies
  • Program Director, Sports Physical Therapy Residency program
  • Program Director, Sports Physical Therapy Certification program
  • Instructor and Course developer, Emergency Medical Response
  • Instructor, Sports Medicine Competencies
  • Instructor and Course developer, The Female Athlete
  • Instructor and Course developer, Professional forum in Sports Medicine
  • Acute, emergency management of the athlete
  • Role of Sports physical therapists at marathon events
  • Management of the physically challenged athlete/Role of PT in Adaptive Sports
  • Appropriate medical coverage at mass sporting events
  • Case report on Sports hernia in high school athlete
  • Bone density of Female astronauts (data collection)
  • Patent: Teton Tremor (dynamic, balance device)
Areas of Interest
  • Female athlete
  • Acute injury and illness management of the athlete
  • Clinical and professional mentoring
  • Professionalism

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