Music. Muscles. Manual Therapy.
HouseCalls Physiotherapy believes in the power of music. Physical therapy can be tough...we use your choice of music whenever possible to make the treatments fun.
HouseCalls Physiotherapy has extensive experience and training in advanced strengthening.
Functional, meaningful therapeutic exercise is essential medicine.
Strengthening is most often a key component in helping you return to doing the things you love to do, and to regaining your independence.
HouseCalls Physiotherapy also has specialized training in hands-on manual therapy, which is used to increase your joint and muscle mobility, and to decrease your pain so that you can getting moving again as soon as possible.
Meet the Physical Therapist
Chris Schoolfield, PT, DPT
Chris, owner and founder of HouseCalls Physiotherapy in Memphis, Tennessee, and Jonesboro, Arkansas, is a graduate of the Master of Science in Physical Therapy program at the University of Central Arkansas in Conway, and earned a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Marymount University in Arlington, Virginia.
Chris has over 21 years experience as a physical therapist, working with a wide variety of patients in the outpatient, home health, acute care, and long-term care settings. He has extensive training in Australian, Canadian, and European Manual Therapy approaches, as well as advanced skills in orthopedic, geriatric, and sports physical therapy and rehabilitation.
“I want to bring outpatient-quality physical therapy to the patient’s home. My goal is to be a high-level choice for PT, regardless of setting. I’ve had the privilege of traveling and learning from therapists from across the US and around the world. I want to use that knowledge to help the people of Memphis and Northeast Arkansas.”
Chris is a proud veteran of the United States Army and Arkansas National Guard and an Eagle Scout.
Chris is married to Briley (Singleton) Schoolfield. They have a sweet and loyal beagle named Ellie.