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Dr. David “Tony” Friedrichs is a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) and Certified Manual Physical Therapist (CMPT). He grew up in St. Peters and is a proud alumnus of Francis Howell Central. Dr. Friedrichs was appointed to the United States Air Force Academy in 2003 where he received high honors for academic, athletic, and military performance. He later went on to complete degrees in exercise science (Summa Cum Laude), Spanish, and physical therapy at Saint Louis University, graduating at the top of his class. Dr. Friedrichs was certified as a Level III manual physical therapist in 2013.
Dr. Friedrichs' professional career has emphasized the treatment of sports, orthopedic, and chronic pain conditions. He has broad clinical experience which includes working with injured collegiate and professional athletes, children with orthopedic conditions, and seniors with gait and balance disorders. Dr. Friedrichs has presented on a number of rehabilitation topics to groups of physical therapists and area physicians. Dr. Friedrichs established his private practice in 2015 to provide patients with more one-on-one time for education, hands-on treatment, and guided rehabilitation.
Dr. Friedrichs enjoys spending time outdoors with his wife and two young children. He continues to play baseball in the St. Louis Men's Baseball League. He also sits on the External Advisory Board for Saint Louis University's physical therapy program.
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