iTPA Member Spotlight, Stacy Hund, TPT
Stacy Hund, TPT
In 2004 Stacy received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, with research focusing on the effects of eccentric exercise on the immune response. During school she practiced at Baylor Medical Center, the Spain Rehabilitation Center at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and the Emory Spine Institute. Stacy earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology from Texas A&M University.
Stacy joined ICE Sports Health Group in New York City in 2005, treating exclusively one patient per hour and working with a wide variety of clients. Later that year she opened a practice for ICE Sports Health Group at the Sports Club/L.A in Washington, D.C. serving as director of the facility for over two years.
In October 2007 she launched SET Sports Physical Therapy in downtown Washington, D.C. In 2009 Stacy opened the Atlanta, Georgia office of SET Sports Physical Therapy and in 2012 moved the business into the current location at Ozone Fitness in Smyrna, Georgia. She continues to serve as owner of the Washington D.C. practice.
Stacy specializes in sports medicine and orthopedics with a concentration in manual therapy. She is certified through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialty), and continues to study manual therapy through the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy and the Institute of Physical Art. She is trained in movement assessment and believes that it is important to assess and treat the whole person, not just the symptoms or injury. She is committed to working with the individual and enjoys treating patients one-on-one to optimize results by decreasing pain and improving functional performance.Stacy is qualified to perform Trigger Point Dry Needling and is a certified Pilates instructor (Polestar Pilates and the Pilates Method Alliance). She enjoys incorporating Pilates into the physical therapy treatments because it is an approach to healing grounded in the moving body.
Stacy has served as the team physical therapist for the Washington Kastles, a pro tennis franchise based in Washington, D.C. participating in the Advanta World Team Tennis league. SET D.C. continues to serve the Kastles as part of the medical team.
Stacy was born in Dallas, Texas and moved to Georgia in 2001 to attend Emory University. She has enjoyed living in several cities throughout her career including New York City and Washington DC. She is married to Brenton Hund and they have two sons, Liam and Wyatt. She enjoys running, hiking, pilates, and snow skiing in Colorado.