Scott Stoll, M.D.

Dr. Scott Stoll is a board certified specialist in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and currently serves as the medical director for the Back and Neck Center at Coordinated Health, chairman of the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and team physician for Lehigh University. His practice specializes in treating musculoskeletal injuries through regenerative therapies and improving health through nutritional excellence.

During his collegiate years at Colorado State University, Dr. Stoll was an All-Conference track and field athlete, and received many awards and honors for both athletics and academics. After graduating with honors in Nutritional Sciences, he was selected to participate as a member of the 1993 World Cup Bobsled Team and eventually earned a spot on the 1994 United States Olympic Bobsled Team at the Winter Olympic Games in Lillehammer, Norway. These athletic and Olympic opportunities helped to shape Dr. Stoll’s passionate interest in nutrition, exercise, and optimal health.

After his Olympic career, Dr. Stoll began his medical career at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in 1994. While a medical student at the University of Colorado, Dr. Stoll established himself as an exemplary student leader in various volunteer capacities such as: Camp Quality for children with cancer, Children’s Legacy (a non-profit organization for children with cancer), and served as the President of Christian Health Fellowship. As a further example of his dedication to patients and colleagues he received the prestigious Richard Hardin Award, “For the medical student who most represents the qualities to which all physicians should aspire: love, compassion, integrity and responsibility to patients, colleagues and self.”

After completion of medical school, he commenced his medical internship in Internal Medicine followed by a specialty residency at the University of Colorado in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. During his residency program, he was once again recognized for his excellence in the area of patient care and was awarded the Dr. Ann Yee Johnson Memorial Award, “For the resident who exemplified the qualities of thoroughness, motivation, caring, compassion, efficiency, and professionalism.” At the conclusion of Dr. Stoll’s residency he was selected to be a torchbearer for the 2002 Winter Games held in Salt Lake City, Utah.

At present, Dr. Stoll pursues research in regenerative medicine including studies in medium level laser, platelet rich plasma injections, and nutrition and healing. As an Olympian, Dr. Stoll is well suited for his additional role as a team physician for the United States Bobsled and Skeleton Federation, an advising physician serving professional and Olympic athletes and a consultant for professional sports teams. He can be heard daily on his radio program Health Minutes in the Lehigh Valley and in lectures around the country.

Dr. Stoll and his wife, Kristen, reside in Pennsylvania with their four sons and two daughters where they are actively involved in their church and mission organizations.