Cole has a solid background in strength and conditioning and sports performance. He was a collegiate soccer player at the University of Oklahoma and the University of Wayland Baptist, as well as a speed and agility coach for athletes ranging from Junior High School to Division 1 NCAA sports. Cole also has a large knowledge base in other sports including Hockey, Skiing, Snowboarding, and Skateboarding.
Outside of Physical Therapy Cole enjoys participating in any of the sports mentioned above and spending time with his girlfriend, coworkers/friends, and family.
Cole Stutz is a Physical Therapist that joined the Spero Rehab family in 2017. He graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 2014 then received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Texas Tech University in 2017. Cole has a passion for both Orthopedic and Neurological Rehabilitation and offers expertise in both fields. Cole regularly treats a very diverse caseload including Pre/Post Orthopedic conditions, Athletes returning to sport, as well as acute and chronic Neurological dysfunction.
Cole is also pursuing a Fellowship in Orthopedic and Manual Therapy in order to obtain the highest level of knowledge offered in the field of Orthopedic Physical Therapy. In addition, Cole has also been certified in the use of the Hacoma Lokomat for Neurological Rehabilitation and has hands on experience with the use of exoskeleton technology for gait training following Neurological Injuries such as CVA and SCI. Cole is also certified in Level 1 Trigger Point Dry Needling through Therapy Concepts Inc.