My Story Robyn Pester MS, PT, ATC, CSCS

I am graduate of the University of Montana where I received Bachelor degrees in Athletic Training (1988) and Physical Therapy (1994) as well as a Fighting Duck from the University of Oregon where I received a Master’s Degree in Sports Medicine (2000).

I have always had a passion for sports and for helping athletes and active individuals reach their maximum level of performance.

I know the endless cycle of injuries that can hit when injuries are not fully resolved and how emotionally devastating this can be.

That is why over the past 30 years I have continued to add to my extensive manual therapy skills as well as fine-tune my “Strong By Design System”. I have used this to help hundreds of clients return to their active lifestyles following injuries.

My experience includes serving as the lead PT for the 2016 and 2020 Olympic Trials for Track and Field, Lead PT for World Track Championships 2022, consultant for Nike and University of Oregon athletes, and an instructor for the University of Oregon Master’s Sports Medicine Program. I also provide online support to runners at www.runnersrehabfix.com.

Outside of work, you can find me running, golfing, paddle boarding, hiking, biking, and volunteering at the humane society during my off time.

What is your next move?