Drew Schlabach PT, DPT, OCS
Drew SchlabachPT, DPT, OCS
Drew is the Clinic Manager at the Kernersville location.
Drew Schlabach earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Walsh University in Canton, Ohio. Prior to earning his Doctorate, he received his Bachelor of Science degree from Abilene Christian University.
Drew has completed Evidence In Motion’s Orthopaedic Residency Program and is a Board Certified Orthopaedic Specialist (OCS), a designation obtained by less than 6% of all physical therapists. Drew is certified in Trigger Point Dry Needling to treat myofascial pain and Functional Movement Screens which identify movement dysfunction that places someone at a higher risk of injury. He is a member of the Orthopaedic Section of the American Physical Therapy Association and the American Academy of Manual Physical Therapists. Drew has a special interest in manual therapy and movement disorders relating to the spine and extremities. He is currently a Fellow in Training through the Evidence In Motion Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy Fellowship.
When not in the clinic, Drew enjoys spending time with his wife and four children. He is an avid fantasy baseball and football fan, and can often be found researching players and making changes to his lineup on the weekends. He also enjoys cooking, grilling, playing baseball, and biking.
Kristen Dye PT, DPT
Kristen DyePT, DPT
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Kris earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Winston-Salem State University in Winston-Salem, NC. Prior to this, she attended Appalachian State University and earned her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Cell and Molecular Biology. While in school, she spent one clinical rotation in Colorado Springs where she was able to explore the wonderful state of Colorado and work with patients who were competing in 100-mile races throughout the Rocky Mountains.
Upon earning her doctorate, Kris has also furthered her education by completing continuing education courses in pelvic health and trigger point dry needling. She also takes special interest in manual therapy and pain science and looks forward to the opportunity to be a life-long learner and to work with sensitive populations who have not had successful treatment before.
Kris lives in Winston-Salem with her boyfriend, RJ, their two dogs, Odin and Ryker and two cats, Oatmeal and Porter. In her spare time, she enjoys backpacking, hiking, rock climbing, running, kayaking, reading, traveling around the world, and spending time with friends and family. She is also a former competitive horseback rider and loves riding whenever she has a chance. Her best piece of advice to her patients is to keep working hard, and to be an active contributor in their own wellness and fight to get better.