2010-2014: Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training
2014-2017: Doctorate in Physical Therapy
- Grospitch WJ, Hunt No relationship exists between age and GPA on exerted effort during baseline concussion assessment. J Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 2014; 46:5 supplement.
-Accepted by NCUR in January 2014
-Accepted by ACSM in February 2014
2019: IDN - Foundation Training
2019: Post-graduate training in concussion management
Since 2014: Concurrent OH license as an Athletic Trainer
Since 2014: BLS-CPR
COMT (in progress, to be completed in Dec 2020)
Bill Grospitch PT, DPT, AT is a Physical Therapist and Athletic Trainer. He started his career in healthcare in 2015 after obtaining his Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from The Ohio State University where he had opportunities to work with many collegiate sports including football, baseball, and basketball. Bill’s Athletic Training experience also extends to various high school and sporting events in the Cleveland area and he currently utilizes his skills to provide pre-game medical care to NBA officials before the Cav’s home games.
Bill became a Physical Therapist in 2018 after earning his Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Cleveland State University where he specialized in pediatrics. He also has some experience working with neurologic based impairments such as stroke, Parkinson’s, spinal cord, and traumatic brain injuries. Bill’s interests as a Physical Therapist include orthopedics, dry needling, sports medicine, and manual therapy. He currently is in the process of obtaining his Certification in Orthopedic Manual Therapy (COMT) credential.
Bill was born and raised in North Olmsted, OH and lived with his wife in Lakewood while in grad school. They now live in Brunswick with their little girl and enjoy being outdoors, good coffee, and volunteering at church.