Performance Physical Therapy
Scott Crook, PT, is the Performance Physical Therapy Founder and Clinic Director, and a partner in Orthopedic & Sports Physical Therapy.
Scott graduated from the University of Kentucky School of Physical Therapy and has over 27 years of experience as a physical therapist. He specializes in sports and orthopedic physical therapy and has worked with all levels of athletes in sports ranging from ballet to rugby. However, his expertise is in rehabilitation of baseball injuries.
Scott also has extensive experience working with neck and back injuries with people of all ages. He has directed speed training camps and sports specific performance training with emphasis on strengthening areas to prevent injuries as well as improve performance.
Scott founded Performance Physical Therapy on January 3, 2011 with support from his wife, Cindy, who is also a physical therapist.
Cindy graduated from the University of Kentucky School of Physical Therapy. She has worked in various rehab settings, including acute rehab, skilled nursing facilities, and home health.
Cindy has a passion for working with clients who have had amputations and are ready to start training with their prostheses. Training ranges from beginners to those who want to return to running, sport, or advanced activities. She also works with other neurological diagnoses and the geriatric population.
Cindy is married to Scott Crook and they have two children, Dylan and Carson.
Erin VanZantenPT, DPT
Erin attended the University of Kentucky, where she earned both her bachelor’s and Doctor of Physical Therapy degrees.
Her background includes outpatient orthopedic rehabilitation, aquatic therapy, and sports and work related injuries. Erin enjoys yoga and pilates and yoga and has an interest in implementing these forms of exercise into rehab for orthopedic injuries. She also has training in the practice of Corealign, which is a pilates device that focuses on core stability and strength with all functional activities. She also conducts pitching lessons with young softball players and has a passion for executing proper mechanics for injury prevention.
When she’s not in the clinic, Erin enjoys hiking, golfing, and trips to the lake with her husband, Matt, son, Wesley, and two dogs.
Carmen WurtzPT, DPT
Carmen earned her Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Georgia State University and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Emory University, both in Atlanta, Georgia.
Carmen has experience working with the Atlanta Ballet Company members and takes special interest in injury prevention for swimmers and the performing arts population.
When she’s not in the clinic, Carmen enjoys hiking with her husband, daughter, and two golden retrievers, playing in her garden, and deep sea fishing.
Nathan KoslakiewicsPT, DPT
Nate graduated from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree.
Nate has a passion for ACL injury prevention and completed research in this area while in school. He is currently working on his dry needling certification.
When he’s not in the clinic, Nate enjoys watching sports, playing soccer, being out on the golf course, and working out.
Patrick graduated from the University of Kentucky with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology/Exercise Science. He then obtained his license to practice as a Physical Therapist Assistant from Somerset Community College.
Patrick has 9 years of experience in the physical therapy setting at various clinics and rehab centers in the central Kentucky area, including outpatient orthopedic, acute care, rehabilitation hospitals, and skilled nursing facilities. He is also currently on the staff at St. Joseph Hospital, working PRN providing physical therapy services for post-operative and non-post-op inpatients, including wound care/dressing changes and cardiac rehab.
When he’s not in the clinic, Patrick enjoys working out, playing basketball, spending time outdoors on the water, golf course, and hiking.