Trevor L. Pace, PT, DPT, MS
Co-Founder and President of Pace West Physical Therapy
An expert health care practitioner in the field of physical therapy, Dr. Trevor Pace’s clinical specialty is non-pharmaceutical, non-invasive orthopedic manual physical therapy for musculoskeletal, spinal, and neurologic injuries. He studied Sports Medicine at Guilford College (1991) and continued his training at Bowman Grey Medical Center and Regis University where he received both his Master’s (1997) and Doctorate (2006) degrees in physical therapy with honors. He is currently pursuing his Post-Doctorate Fellowship training in Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy at Regis University. In addition, Dr. Pace has taken hundreds of hours of advanced training in a wide variety of therapeutic techniques. He co-founded and co-owns Pace West Physical Therapy with his wife, Darcy Vanderbie-Pace, PT and Chris West, PT. He has been a respected member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) since 1996 and is an APTA Section Member in the areas of Orthopedics, Sports Physical Therapy, and Private Practice.
A native of Northern Virginia, Trevor has been active all his life. He played collegiate soccer, enjoys all “off the grid” outdoor adventures, and tying flies. He’s been married for 18 years and has two children. He enjoys coaching his children’s soccer teams and hitting the road with his family in their VW camper named “M&M” (the mobile marshmallow).