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					                                                 Curriculum Vitae

                  Scott Cheatham PT, DPT, OCS, ATC, CSCS, PES

Education

 9/01-9/04        Chapman University                                                                               Orange, CA
                  Doctorate of Physical Therapy
 9/95-9/97        California State University Dominguez Hills                                                      Carson, CA
                  Bachelors of Arts in Physical Education (Major: Athletic Training)

Licensure/Specialty

    California Licensed Physical Therapist-#29911                      Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist- 2006

Certifications

    NATA-Certified Athletic Trainer                                    ACE-Certified Personal Trainer
     #089702394
    NSCA -Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist               USA Weightlifting-Level I Club Coach
     #976782
    NSCA-Certified Personal Trainer                                    Kettlebell Athletics: Kettlebell Certified Level I
     #53340201
    NASM- Performance Enhancement Specialist                           TRX Suspension Training
     #1348728


Clinical Employment

 9/09-Present   President/CEO
                National Institute of Restorative Exercise, Inc.                                         Torrance, CA
 9/97-7/2010    President/CEO
                Bodymechanix Sports Medicine & Physical Therapy, Inc.                                    Torrance, CA
 3/05-Present   Director
                South Bay Orthopedic Specialists Medical Center Physical Therapy                         Torrance, CA

Consultant Services

 3/10-Present   Fitness Anywhere                                                                         San Francisco, CA
                Focus: Program Development for TRX
 9/06-Present   Equinox Fitness Clubs                                                                    New York , NY
                Focus: Master Instructor, Curriculum Design
 1/07-Present   Spectrum Fitness Clubs                                                                   Los Angeles, CA
                Focus: Curriculum Design
 1/07-Present   American Council on Exercise                                                             San Diego. CA
                Focus: Author, Continuing Education Design & Review.

Academic Appointments
 9/06-Present   Instructor/Consultant-California Education Connection                                    Long Beach, CA
                Focus: Hip & Knee (lecture & lab)
 1/07-8/09      Master Instructor- American Council on Exercise                                          San Diego, CA
                Focus: Exam Preparation, Functional Training
 8/04-8/06      Adjunct Prof/Lab Instructor- Chapman University Physical Therapy Program                 Orange, CA
                Focus: Spine, Therapeutic Modalities, Kinesiology
 9/98-2/02      Community Education Instructor-Torrance Unified School District                          Torrance, CA
                Focus: Fitness & Wellness (lecture), CPR/First Aid (lecture/ lab)
 9/98-5/00      Community Education Instructor-El Camino Community College                               Torrance, CA
                Focus: Fitness & Wellness program design (lecture)
 4/94-6/97      Senior-Fit Instructor/Consultant-PacifiCare/Secure Horizons                              Bakersfield, CA
                Focus: Geriatric Issues (lecture), Prevention & Wellness (lecture)
Professional Teaching

 2006-Present    Cheatham S. Common Injuries in the Musculoskeletal System
                 Equinox Health Clubs
 2006-Present    Cheatham S. Advanced Exercise Prescription for the Health Professional: A Course Series
                 Spectrum Health Clubs of California (April-June 2007)
 2006-Present    Cheatham S. Current Topics in Hip Pathology: Differential Diagnosis and Management.
                 California Education Connection
 2006-Present    Cheatham S. Current Trends in Knee Rehabilitation.
                 California Education Connection

Conference Presentations

     Cheatham S. The Post-Surgical Patient: Top 10 Things You Should Know About
      Presented at the Far West Athletic Trainers Association Annual Symposium (Oahu, HI) July 2010
     Cheatham S, Ingstad C, Kresiwirth E, Lee M. Differential Diagnosis and Treatment of the Hip.
      Presented at the NATA 61st Annual Convention & Clinical Symposium. June 2010
     Cheatham S. Current Concepts in Post-Operative Care: The Lumbar Spine.
      Presented at the IDEA World Fitness Convention ( Anaheim, CA) August 2009
     Cheatham S. Ingstad C. Current Concepts in Post-Operative Care: The Lumbar Spine.
       Presented at the Far West Athletic Trainers Association Annual Symposium.(San Diego, CA) April 2009
     Cheatham S. Principles of Post-Operative Care: The Knee
      Presented at the ACE Fitness Symposium 2008. (Las Vegas, NV) Sept. 2008
     Cheatham S. Beyond 10 Reps: New Concepts in Exercise Progression
      Presented at the ACE Fitness Symposium 2008. (Las Vegas, NV) Sept. 2008
     Cheatham S. Current Topic in Knee Rehabilitation: Strategies on Post-operative Care.
      Presented at the National Athletic Trainers Association National Convention.(Anaheim, CA) June 2007
     Cheatham S. Donayre G. Current Topics in Hip Pathology: Differential Diagnosis and Management.
      Presented at the Far West Athletic Trainers Association Annual Symposium.(San Diego, CA) June 2006
     Cheatham S. Beyond 10 Reps: Principles of Rehabilitation for the Abdominal Core.
      Presented at the Far West Athletic Trainers Association Annual Symposium.(San Diego, CA) June 2006
     Cheatham S. Repetitive Strain Disorders -Awareness & Prevention
      Presented at the YTO Dental Corporation Quarterly Conference.(Torrance CA) July 2004

 Text Book/Monogram Publications

     The Handbook of Restorative Exercise for the Fitness Professional
      In Publication: Human Kinetics (2010 release)
     Common Musculoskeletal Injuries and Implications for Exercise
      Published in: ACE Personal Trainer Manual 4thed. (published 2010)
     Musculoskeletal Injuries: Lower Extremity
      Published in: Advanced Fitness Specialist Reference Manual by ACE (published 2008)
     Vestibular Rehabilitation: Management of the Geriatric Patient
          Published in: APTA Orthopedic Section Home Study Monogram Series (published .2007)

  Journal/Trade Publications

      Training the Lower Extremities: The Ankle/Foot (Part III)
       Published in: ACE Certified News (June/July 2009)
      Training the Lower Extremities: The Knee Joint (Part II)
       Published in: ACE Certified News (April/May 2009)
      Training the Lower Extremities: The Hip Joint (Part I)
       Published in: ACE Certified News (Feb/Mar 2009)
      The Middle Aged Back
       Published in: ACE Certified News (Dec2008/Jan 2009)
      Current Treatment for Knee Articular Cartilage Lesions
       Published in: Advance Magazine for Physical Therapists (Sept. 2007)
      Exercise Induced Asthma: Awareness and Management.
      Published in: What You Need to Know About: Sportsmedicine.www.sportsmedicine.about.com (Jan.2004)
      Evidence Based Practice in Athletic Training
      Published in: What You Need to Know About: Sportsmedicine.www.sportsmedicine.about.com (Dec.2003)
      Working in a clinic can broaden a student athletic trainer’s horizons.
      Published in: Training and Conditioning (Sept. 2001)
      Evidence Based Practice in Athletic Training
      Published in: What You Need to Know About: Sportsmedicine.www.sportsmedicine.about.com (Dec.2003)

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Conference Proceedings Papers

        Brechter JH, Cheatham S, Alvarez J, Phelps N, Klick P, Madden A, Garber M
         ASSESSMENT OF ANTERIOR TO POSTERIOR ACCESSORY MOBILITY IN THE GLENOHUMERAL JOINT.
         Presentation at the APTA Combined Section Meeting, New Orleans, LA (Feb. 2005)


Professional Services

        Home Study Reviewer- National Athletic Trainer’s Association Board of Certification

        Manuscript Reviewer- NATA Journal of Athletic Training

        Manuscript Reviewer- NSCA’s Performance Training Journal , Strength & Conditioning Journal, Journal of
         Strength & Conditioning Research

Continuing Education

          High Velocity Low Amplitude Techniques for spinal manipulation I & II
           USC Department of Biokinesiology &Physical Therapy (March 2010) (3.4 Units)
          TRX: Suspension Training Course
           Fitness Anywhere (Oct.2009)(.8 units)
          NASM: Performance Enhancement Specialist Certification
           National Academy of Sports Medicine Online Course (Dec. 2008 (1.2 units)
          Kettlebell Athletics: Kettlebell Certification Level I
           Kettlebell Athletics: Manhattan Beach (Oct. 2008)(.8 units)
          California PT Association Annual Conference
           California Chapter of the APTA (Sept.2007) (1.8 units)
          Non-Rotational Manipulation Techniques in Manual Therapy
           The Ola Grimsby Institute (Nov.2006) (1.5 units)
          MT-1 Clinical & Scientific Rationale for Modern Manual Therapy
           The Ola Grimsby Institute (Oct.2006) (2.1 units)
          Diagnosis and Treatment of Movement System Impairment Syndromes: Level I
           Dr. Shirley Sahrmann & Associates (Jan. 2006) (1.4 Units)
          The McKenzie Institute online course 'An Overview: The McKenzie Method'
           The McKenzie Institute on (Sept. 2005) (.3Units)
          2005 Orthopedic Physical Therapy, Year-Long Manual Therapy Course
           Mike Miller PT, OCS (Jan. 2005-Oct. 2005)
          2005 Perform Better Functional Training Seminar
           M-F Athletic Company/Perform Better (Jan.2005)(0.7Units)
          Core Training Continuum: From Isolation to Function
           California Education Connection (June 2004)(0.75Units)
          Whole Body Kinesio Taping: Fundamentals
           California Education Connection (March 2004)(0.7Units)
          2004 Perform Better Functional Training Seminar
           M-F Athletic Company/Perform Better (Jan.2004)(0.7Units)
          The Biomechanics of Bracing
           Bledsoe Brace Systems (Jan. 2004)( 0.2Units)
          Integrated Core Stabilization Training
           National Academy of Sports Medicine (Sept. 2003)(0.3Units)
          Differential Diagnosis and Treatment of Shoulder Joint Disorders
           Kaiser Permanente (May 2000)(0.7Units)
          Massage for Sports Health Care Professionals (Home Study Course)
           Human Kinetics (April 2000)(1.2Units)
          An Intensive Training on Trigger Point, Myofascial and Proprioceptive Therapy
           Physiotherapy Associates (Sept. 1999)(2.1Units)
          Functional Capacity Evaluation
           Physiotherapy Associates (Feb. 1999)(1.4Units)
          Applied Techniques of Manual Therapy- Joint Mobilization
           Integrated Orthopedic Seminars (Feb. 1999)(1.6Units)
          Current Concepts in Rehabilitation of the Shoulder (Home Study Course)
           Sports Physical Therapy Section-APTA (Jan. 1999)(0.3Units)
          Explosive Fitness: Enhancing Muscle Power through Plyometrics
           University of Southern California Los Angeles (Dec. 1997)(0.7Units)
          Patellofemoral Dysfunction-Current Concepts in Evaluation and Treatment
           University of Southern California University Hospital (Nov.1997)(0.7Units)

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Volunteer Experience

      Running/Marathons
         LA Leggers Running Club/LA Marathon XIX (2004)
         26th Annual Redondo Beach Super Bowl Marathon/ Nike Club Run LA (2004)
         26th Annual Venice-Marina Christmas Run/Nike Club Run LA (2003)
      Extreme Sports
         LG Action Sports Championships (2003)
      Gymnastics
         World Gymnastics Championships (2003)
      Tennis
         The Tennis Challenge: Success Magazine, Champions of Tennis (2001)
         United States Tennis Association: National Championships (2001)
         The Tennis Challenge: Nuveen Professional Tennis Tour, Champions of Tennis (2000)
         The Tennis Challenge: Nuveen Professional Tennis Tour, Champions of Tennis (1999)
         The Mercedes-Benz Cup. ATP Tour, UCLA (1998)
         The Tennis Challenge: Nuveen Professional Tennis Tour, Champions of Tennis (1998)
      Volleyball
         BVA Professional Women’s Volleyball Tour (2000)
         California Volleyball Association Boys/Girls Winter Volleyball Classic (1996)
      Track & Field
         US National Track and Field Championships (2005)
         Mt. Sac Relays (1997)
      Basketball
         Hoops for Unity (1996)
         Adidas-Pump Basketball Camps (1996-97)
      Wrestling
         NCAA Wrestling State Championships (1996)
         CIF High School Wrestling Championships (1996)
      Football
         South-Bay High School Air-Out Football Tournament (1996)
         Pasadena City College- Athletic Training Intern (Aug. 95-Dec. 95)

Scholarships & Awards

 Torrance Memorial Scholarship Award                         Ryer Scholarship
 Torrance Memorial Medical Center                            Chapman University
 8/2003                                                      4/2001

Membership in Scientific/ Honorary Society

      American Physical Therapy Association- 2001-Present
      National Athletic Trainer Association- 1995-Present
      National Strength & Conditioning Association- 1994-Present




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