Tracy Rauk, PT, DPT
Tracy Rauk is a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) originally from Northern Idaho. After achieving her Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology from Pacific Lutheran University in Washington State, Tracy went on to pursue her doctorate at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Tracy developed her interest in gait mechanics and rehabilitation working as a technician under David Lawrence at The Gait Center in Richmond, Virginia and continued her education as a physical therapy student with the Comprehensive Combat and Complex Casualty Care Amputee Unit in San Diego. Since achieving her DPT, Tracy has developed and managed two amputee and gait rehabilitation programs in Colorado Springs and Denver, guest lectured at prosthetic and physical therapy conferences, and actively volunteers her gait training skills with the Range of Motion Project in Guatemala. As an avid runner and hiker, Tracy is passionate about the independence, health, and confidence that mobility provides us. She is excited to join Mission Gait as their Clinical Resident to help create opportunities of empowerment and mobility for others.