Physical Therapy

Update: September 18, 2019 – Our PT program will be starting up again soon! Stay tuned for more details!

Meet the Physical Therapists

Adam Schiltz, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS
Owner, Physical Therapist

Adam hails from the Midwest, but ventured to the Pacific Northwest after graduating from Washington University in St. Louis with is Doctorate of Physical Therapy. After completing a two year orthopedic-manual therapy residency, Adam transitioned to the Nike World Headquarters where he treated former and current Olympic and professional athletes in addition to recreationally competitive athletes. At Nike, he found a niche with overhead athletes include CrossFit and climbing. Adam had the privilege of working with members of the Oregon Project, Nike Climbing Project, Nike Veteran Program, NBA and NFL.

Over the past five years, Adam has continued to gain knowledge and expertise regarding new treatment approaches, but also hone in one manual therapy skills. He is certified in numerous modalities and interventions including blood flow restriction, myofascial decompression (cupping), dry needling, in addition to being a Certified Weight Lifting Coach and a USA Level 1 Certified Olympic Lifting Coach.

Adam moved to Utah February 2019 and began developing Rogue Rehabilitation and Performance, which is aimed at meeting the individual in their “happy place,” whether that be in the CrossFit or climbing gym.

Zack DiCristino, PT, MSPT, OCS, SCS
USA Climbing Team Lead Physical Therapist

Zack has been practicing physical therapy, specializing in sports medicine, for 16 years, and climbing for 21 years. He obtained his bachelors degree in Exercise Science at the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill in 1998, and his Masters of Physical Therapy at University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in 2003. He is a board-certified orthopedic and sports specialist through the American Physical Therapy Association.

After starting his career at Howard Head Sports Medicine in Vail, CO, he later worked at Stanford University Athletics with Division-I athletes from 36 different teams. He served as the lead therapist for the Stanford Football and Cross Country/Track and Field Teams for two years each. He has been working with professional and recreational climbers for the past 9 years and with the USA Climbing youth and adult teams since 2016. He currently serves as the USA Climbing Team Lead Physical Therapist often traveling with the team to international competitions.

Zack specializes in climbing, skiing, and running athletes with a focus on manual therapy and exercise-based programs. He is currently based out of Salt Lake City, UT.