Scott graduated from the University of Puget Sound with a Master's Degree in Physical Therapy in 1995. For nearly five years he worked as a primary therapist for Mason General Hospital, working with a wide variety of injuries and diagnoses. Scott has worked with patients with both orthopedic and neurological problems. His main areas of interest and expertise are in manual therapies such as Strain/Counterstrain, therapeutic exercise and Tai Chi for balance and chronic pain.

"I found out a long time ago that large muscles do not help you if your heart, lungs, back and trunk are not in condition. Because of this and a history of injuries, postural and spinal strength are very important to me. The best ways to improve them are through the very activities we have our patients do. I incorporate 'core' strengthening and mind-body coordination in my own conditioning."