About Us

About Us

Bret Stacy, PT, is a highly skilled sports physical therapist with over 17 years of orthopedic experience with athletes of all ages and skill levels. He has worked with professional athletes in football, basketball, and hockey, and is one of the most experienced track and field performance therapists in the country. He holds certifications from the National Academy of Sports Medicine in Performance Enhancement (PES) and Corrective Exercise (CES), and is also a Level 1 USA Track and Field coach. He was instrumental in the treatment of the 2011 Richard Montgomery Boys 4x800 meter relay team that was MoCo county as well as Maryland State Champions and All Americans at both the New Balance Indoor National Championships in New York and at the Championship of America at the Penn Relays. Displaying his diversity in treating athletes from all sports, he is also a Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) certified golf fitness instructor.

His recent accomplishments include working with multiple NCAA Track and Field All-Americans and indoor champions. This past season he was on staff at Duke University, working with the men and womenís track and field teams at both the ACC and NCAA Indoor and Outdoor Championships, as well as at the United States Olympic Trials. He has previously worked with members of the Washington Capitals professional hockey team and their athletic trainer. In addition, he worked in the University of Maryland training room in private practice, and at the University of Southern California in conjunction with their athletic training staff where he treated players on the Trojan football team.

Bret began his working life as a B-52 navigator in the US Air Force before studying physical therapy at one of the top PT programs in the nation at USC in Los Angeles, CA. He has owned and operated his own private practice in California, Hawaii, and Maryland, and he has been practicing at sporting events dating back to the 1996 US Olympic Trials and the World Championships of Track and Field in Athens, Greece in 1997.