Sam Snelgrove, PT, DPT, Clinic Manager
Specialization: General Orthopedics, Sports Medicine, Vestibular & Balance, Neurological Conditions, Chronic pain
Sam is a generalist physical therapist who has been involved in physical medicine since becoming a Certified Athletic Trainer in 2013 (ATC credentialing since retired). He has a special interest in a variety of different orthopedic, neurological, and other topics related to healing and recovery from injury, with the ability to work with patients of all different types and backgrounds.
Immediately following graduation from PT school in 2018, Sam worked in a small community hospital system, which allowed for exposure to multiple PT settings, with acute care, sub-acute care, and outpatient experience combined in one position. This allowed him to gain experience with a diverse population, having worked with people across the spectrum of medicine, from Division I NCAA athletes to hospitalized, medically complex patients.
n addition to his Doctorate in Physical Therapy, Sam has a master’s degree in Exercise Physiology, and a bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training, which gives him a unique perspective with regard to healing and recovery. To Sam, the patient is the priority, and his goal is to restore each person back to doing the things that they love as quickly as is possible. His approach is function based, with each therapy program being specifically designed and tailored to address the needs and goals of the individual patient.
Sam recently moved from Hampton Roads with his family to the Waynesboro area due to a love for the mountains and the outdoors, and a desire to become a part of a community that embraces the same.