Scott DeVries

Physical Therapist, MSPT, OCS, CHC, Co-Owner

MSPT – Masters in Physical Therapy
OCS – Orthopedic Clinical Specialist
CHC – Certified Health Coach

Scott is physical therapist and center manager of our Byron Center office. He graduated in 1999 from Grand Valley State University with a Master’s of Science in Physical Therapy degree. He has completed Level III series of the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy. Scott became Board Certified in Orthopedics by the American Physical Therapy Association in 2002, and is a Certified Health Coach with the National Society of Health Coaches. Scott has worked in a variety of orthopedic settings and has treated recreational through high level, professional athletes. He has worked closely with a large, well-known orthopedic surgical group developing PT care plans for total joints, sports medicine, and arthroscopic repairs. Scott treats a variety of diagnoses but especially enjoys complex injuries of the shoulder and knee. Outside of work, you will find Scott spending time with his family, coaching his boys, camping and reading. Scott has been immersed in the Byron Center community for many years and is grateful to be able to continue serving the people of the area.


Masters of Science in Physical Therapy

Grand Valley State University 1999

Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences

Grand Valley State University 1997


Orthopedic Clinical Specialist

Certified Health Coach

National Society of Health Coaches

Functional Dry Needling Practitioner


(OCS) Orthopedic Clinical Specialtist

Concussion Management


Dry Needling

Overhead Athlete

Sports Medicine

Video Gait Analysis


Byron Center

2185 84th St SW. Suite H
Byron Center, MI 49315

P: 616-249-2924
F: 616-249-2927

Thank you for your help in my recovery. Wade and Marla have certainly helped me with their therapy after the knee surgery and the broken arm. All of you have been extremely kind as you guided me through the various exercises that have re-energized the many muscles that have helped me walk and get close to normal again. Your smiles, encouragements, the family atmosphere has been very helpful throughout the process. It starts with the smile and welcome that Kayla gives each time I walk in the door. Thanks so much to each of you for your caring attitude.


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