Eric Oliver, PT
Eric is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati and has been practicing physical therapy in Ohio for over 14 years. His experience includes working in hospitals, nursing homes, and outpatient neurological settings; but his primary focus has been working in orthopedics. Eric’s outpatient orthopedic experience includes working in general orthopedic clinics and a specialty spine clinic. He has also spent time practicing in clinics that specialized in foot and ankle rehab as well as working with the Army Rangers, Airborne, and Special Forces in their facility in Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Eric has been an adjunct professor for the University of Cincinnati’s physical therapy assistant major program. Eric specializes in working with all conditions related to endurance athletes, particularly runners and triathletes. He is also proficient in treating all orthopedic and spine conditions.
Eric has an avid interest in fitness and adventure. He loves running on the road, suffering through triathlons, playing in the ocean, hiking in the woods, skiing down mountains, and spending time with his wife, daughter, and dogs. Eric is a Level I USA Track & Field Coach and certified Road Runners Club of America coach. He has coached runners and walkers in half-marathon training programs for Team Challenge, a national endurance team that participates in half-marathons around the country to benefit The Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America. Eric has also assisted with transitioning local and regional high school and college runners back to competitive form. He has worked with runners from Xavier University, University of Cincinnati, The Ohio State University, Ohio Northern University, Butler University, University of Notre Dame, Miami University, and Northern Kentucky University in either rehab and/or performance improvement. Eric is also the personal physical therapist for a number of elite level runners and triathletes.
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