DPT, OCS, CSCS
Keith J. Cronin is the owner of Sports and Healthcare Solutions, LLC., a consulting company that bridges the gap between quality products and successful clinical practices. While in practice, Keith saw that there was no “magic bullet” when it came to rehabilitation but there were so any different products, services, and techniques on the market, it seemed impossible to make sense of it. Keith left full time practice to work with innovative clinicians to bring products and services to clinical practice that produced exceptional outcomes while maintaining a strong, profitable business. Keith’s company now focuses on supportive exceptional clinicians with the knowledge, services, and tools needed to provide quality care.
Keith graduated with his Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) from Belmont University in 2008 and later earned his Orthopedic Certification Specialist (OCS). Keith currently is a reviewer for the International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy (IJSPT) on a variety of topics including throwing athletes, concussions, and ACL rehabilitation. Keith has produced several online CEU courses for PTWebcuation.com on the topics of running injuries, ACL rehabilitation, Patellofemoral Syndrome, and injuries to the Foot and Ankle. In 2012, Keith participated in a concussion education program in Newcastle, OK that resulted in the documentary “The Smartest Team: Making High School Football Safer” which had several runs on PBS worldwide.
Keith has also been published in a variety of media, publishing almost 100 articles through venues including MomsTEAM.com, Advanced Magazine, the 9s Magazine, the American Coaching Academy, and Suite101. Keith was also featured on Fox2News several times on topics of concussions and ACL injuries. In 2008, Keith was a winner of the Olin Business Cup at Washington University for his product innovation “Medibite” a jaw rehabilitation system designed to improve the outcomes for individuals suffering TMJ dysfunction. Prior to graduate school Keith was a collegiate baseball player and top-level high school cross country runner. Keith also had the opportunity to work as a personal trainer (CSCS) prior to his career in physical therapy, providing a very balanced approached to educating fitness and rehabilitation.
Keith has focused his career on the evaluation, treatment, injury prevention, and sports conditioning strategies for athletes, with particular attention to youth sports.
Keith lives in the Denver, CO with his wife and two daughters, Ella and Shelby.