Current Role Working With The Athletic Population
Early in Andrew’s career he worked in Denver where he had the opportunity to work with Team USA figure skaters, collegiate D1-3 athletes, high school athletes, and minor league hockey teams. He spent these formative years learning about and treating high level athletes in a rehab and prehab capacity.
He lived in San Diego and worked with the San Diego Legion Rugby team focusing on returning players to the field as soon as possible, as well as in the San Diego Sports Medicine clinic working with a diverse patient population to return them to their individual activities.
Currently he is working with the Chinese Olympic Committee, and travelling with the Chinese Triathlon Team. Providing onsite rehabilitation and preventative training in order to push athletes to their highest potential.
Professional PhilosophyEverybody is a different body, and should be treated as such. My job is to give you the “tools” to work on your body and guide you in using them appropriately. I prefer to empower individuals to take control of their injury as well as their body and train appropriately to reduce the risk of injury in the future.
Athletic BackgroundAndrew has always had a passion for both playing sports and treating athletes throughout his life. He has been both the patient on the table as well as the therapist providing the treatment. His activities of choice include rugby, soccer, powerlifting/weightlifting, cycling, and snowboarding.
Academic Background and Professional Training
B.S. Health Sciences, Bradley University, 2011
Doctorate in Physical Therapy, Bradley University 2014
Specialities and Certifications
ICIR level 2- Immediate Care in Rugby
APTA Credentialed Clinical Instructor
Contact & Connect
Chinese Olympic CommitteeAndrew Stewart
China, Beijing, Dongcheng, Tiyuguan Rd, 体育馆路甲2号, Beijing, Dongcheng, CN,