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Scott Cramer

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Dr. Scott Cramer

Scott Cramer, DC, FACO, Dipl. Med. Ac [1]
Personal information
Full name Scott Cramer, DC
Nationality Flag usa.gif United States
Born 18 August 1958 (1958-08-18) (age 59)
Rochester, NY
Residence Colorado Springs, Colorado
Height 5 feet 9 inches
Sport
Country Flag usa.gif United States
Sport Figure Skating
Club The Broadmoor Skating Club and The Wissahickon Skating Club (Lifetime Memberships)[2]
Coached by Pieter Collen, Albert Edmonds/(John Renn)[2]
Retired 1979

Scott Cramer DC, FACO, Dipl. Med. Ac, [1] is an American figure skater, and Chiropractor from Colorado Springs, Co. He is the son of Annette and Lester Cramer, MD, a well-known hand surgeon, [3] who served on the Medical commission for the US Figure Skating Association. [4] [2] After achieving status as an alternate member of the US Olympic team for 1980 (Lake Placid), he retired from skating at the age of 21 to pursue a career in Chiropractic Medicine. After graduating Cum Laude from the University of Southern California with a Bachelors Degree in Exercise Science, Scott received his Doctorate in Chiropractic after 8 years of higher education, graduating Magna Cum Laude from Los Angeles College of Chiropractic. [1] Dr. Scott Cramer then spent another additional 4 years in Orthopedic Residency becoming a Board Certified Chiropractic Orthopedist. Dr. Cramer has also spent the past decades specializing in Acupuncture after rigorous training. He has devoted his life to treating athletes, young and old, in every sport imaginable.

Today, he resides in Colorado Springs, where he is married to Wendy, with whom he has four children; 2 boys and 2 girls.

Events

  • U.S. Professional Championships - GOLD MEDALIST, Philadelphia in 1981 [2]
  • World Professional Championships - GOLD MEDALIST, Jaca, Spain in 1980
  • World Championships - 9th place, Tokyo in 1977
  • - 5th place, Vienna in 1979
  • U.S. Championships - 4th place, Atlanta in 1980, Olympic alternate 
  • - SILVER MEDALIST, Cincinnati in 1979 
  • - 4th place, Portland in 1978, Worlds alternate 
  • - SILVER MEDALIST, Hartford in 1977 
  • - BRONZE MEDALIST, Colorado Springs in 1976, Olympic alternate 
  • Skate America - SILVER MEDALIST, Lake Placid in 1979
  • Skate Canada Int'l - BRONZE MEDALIST, Moncton in 1977
  • Ennia Challenge Cup in Holland - GOLD MEDALIST, The Hague in 1978
  • Prague Skate - GOLD MEDALIST, Prague, Czechoslovakia in 1976
  • National Sports Festival - GOLD MEDALIST, Colorado Springs in 1978
  • Midwestern Championships - GOLD MEDALIST, Denver in 1976
  • Eastern Championships - GOLD MEDALIST, Lexington in 1974

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Staff. "Cramer, Partridge Chiropractic". Office Website. Cramer, Partridge. http://www.popbax.com/. Retrieved 2/14/2014. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Schneider Farris, JoAnn. "Scott Cramer - World Professional Figure Skating Champion". Athlete Profiles. About.com Figure Skating. http://figureskating.about.com/od/profilesoffamousskaters/p/cramer.htm. Retrieved 2/14/2014. 
  3. Staff. "Cramer Chiropractic Associates". ChiroAppointment blurb. ChiroAppt. http://www.chiroappointment.com/profile/cramer-chiropractic-colorado-springs-colorado.html. Retrieved 2/15/2014. 
  4. Staff. "Lester and Annette Cramer - Parents of Champion Figure Skater Scott Cramer". About.com - Figure Skating. About.com. http://figureskating.about.com/od/figureskatingparents/p/cramers.htm. Retrieved 2/15/2014. 


External Links

Cramer profile