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PACE Network Content Contributors

The PACE Team

PACE Network Content Contributors

The PACE Team

PACE Network Content Contributors

The PACE Team

PACE Network Content Contributors

The PACE Network

…is a community of experts that believe deeply in the language of movement and the power of athletics. Through shared intelligence we can collectively grow faster than any one of us can grow individually. The PACE Network is a shared platform so that we can learn from each other, share with one another and evolve as a community of coaches, athletes and clinicians who are all tied together with a passion for running, endurance athletics and the undeniable power of movement.

David V. McHenry, PT, DPT

• Director: Therapeutic Associates PACE
• Lead Physical Therapist and Strength Coach Nike Oregon Project
• Nike Performance Council
• Sports Certified Specialist
• Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist


David has been a lifelong athlete, dedicated sports clinician since 2002 and running specialist since 2005. He graduated from Penn State University in 1999 with a BS in kinesiology and played quarterback on the perennial powerhouse football team. He earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Slippery Rock University in 2002. David’s practice specialties are sports rehabilitation, performance enhancement, strength and conditioning and he acts as a consultant with athletes, teams, and sports organizations throughout the US and Europe. Since 2011, he has been the lead therapist and strength coach for the Nike Oregon Project, a running group renowned for international excellence in track and field, whose athletes have won numerous Olympic and World Championship medals, national records, and world records. David is also an independent contractor for various international teams and Olympic federations, Nike Innovation, Nike Running, and is a physical therapy and strength and conditioning consultant for the University of Oregon Track and Field program. He is a Certified Sports Specialist (SCS), Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist (COMT), and a member of the Nike Performance Council.
Daniel White, PT, DPT, OCS

• Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopedic Physical Therapy

Dan graduated from the University of Iowa in 2003 with a BS in Exercise Science and then earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Iowa in 2005. Dan’s passion for physical therapy started from his interest in track and marathoning. His passion for physiology, training, coaching, and injury management led him to a career in physical therapy.
Dan currently practices in Eugene, OR for Therapeutic Associates. He serves as the physical therapist for the University of Oregon Track and Field team, coordinating with athletic trainers and coaches to ensure the health of athletes of all disciplines. His role with the University of Oregon involves frequent athlete assessments for injury prevention as well as treatment of injured athletes. Dan applies the best treatment strategies from elite college running to the local running community of Eugene.
Prior to Eugene, Dan practiced for Rock Valley Physical Therapy in Bettendorf, Iowa for 12 years. During that time he specialized in the treatment of runners ranging from recreational to high level high school and collegiate athletes. While in Iowa, Dan was introduced to David McHenry from PACE and the Nike Oregon Project. Thus, began a professional relationship that allowed Dan to shadow and assist in the care of Olympic level runners at Nike. He was able to incorporate these principles to runners of all levels.
Dan looks forward to serving the running community of Eugene in his clinic and the global running community through his efforts at the PACE network. He can be contacted at

Chris Ramsey, PT, DPT

• Current Position(s): Physical Therapist / Primary Contributor

• Company: Therapeutic Associates PACE

• What are your credentials/past experience, for working in your position: PT / DPT / OCS. Nearly 20 years as a PT. Worked with athletes of all levels, novice through Olympic Gold Medalists, across any number of sports (summer and winter sports) with a particular interest in runners, cyclists, and multisport athletes.

• What’s your background: Grew up as a runner, then progressed to triathlons in college after a brief rowing stint. Raced triathlons for over 20 years including 9x qualifier for the Ironman World Championships (IMWC) (qualifying every year I made the attempt from 1996 on). Started down the road of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in 2008. 3 of my IMWC qualifications (and 7 IM) came after that diagnosis. 18 Ironman total, with a PR of 9:10. Retired from triathlons in 2014, and moved into cycling (road and cyclocross). Completed the 930-mile Race Across the West as a solo rider in 2018, becoming the first athlete with MS to ever do so, while raising almost $90,000 across 2 years for the National MS Society to battle the disease. Got a mountain bike in 2018 as well, and who knows where that will take me? People who have impacted / inspired me: my father, who introduced me to running at age 2 (“ran” a mile in less than 20 minutes); Christian Bustos (Chilean triathlete – “Never give up”); my wife, Micha, and my son Mattias (who rode his first century – 100 miles – at age 9).

• What are the values that drive you: “Hope for the best, prepare for the worst.” Keep the (fitness) bar high – the higher it is, the further it can fall before I’ll need that wheelchair. Happiness = Life – Expectations

• What do you enjoy doing when you are not working: Cycling of all types, take naps (thank you, MS), raise money to fight MS, skiing with the family in winter, backpacking with them in the summer.

• Favorite Quote: “Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.”  – Albert Einstein 

Jordan Hasasy, Pro Runner

• American professional distance runner.

Jordan Hasay made her move from the track to the marathon in 2017. She finished third at the Boston Marathon in 2:23:00, the fastest-ever debut by an American woman.

Six months later, she ran 2:20:57 in Chicago, which put her second on the all-time U.S. list behind Deena Kastor’s American record of 2:19:36. 

Lyndsay Provencio, PT, DPT
  • Certified in Scoliosis Specific Exercise

Lyndsay graduated from Colorado State University in 2011 with a BS in Health and Exercise Science and a concentration in Sports Medicine. After multiple personal sports-related injuries and discovering a passion for healing through movement, Lyndsay attended Creighton University to receive her Doctorate of Physical Therapy.

Lyndsay is inspired to treat the whole person, not just the injury, and has found a niche in working with athletes of all ages. Being an avid runner herself, she has a particular interest in working with endurance athletes and is currently undergoing specialty training in pelvic floor rehabilitation to better serve her clientele. Additionally, Lyndsay is BSPTS C1 certified in scoliosis-specific exercise and has found a niche working with pediatrics and adolescents with scoliosis to improve overall posture with hopes of reducing spinal curve progression. Beyond her specialties in pelvic floor rehab and scoliosis-specific exercise, Lyndsay has broad experience treating a wide range of orthopedic conditions.

A native to Colorado, Lyndsay is an adventure seeker who loves to hike, camp, and trail run. When the Portland rain hits, you can find her curled up with a good book and a cup of tea. She looks forward to providing you with the best-individualized care possible to help you achieve your personal goals!

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