Scott is the co-founder and owner of Sports Medicine & Training Center in Crestwood, MO, along with his wife Robbie. After graduating from Mehlville High School in 1980, Scott received his PT training from the University of Missouri - Columbia, graduating in 1985. Scott continued his education at the University of Champaign-Urbana, and in 1987 received both a BS in Athletic Training and an MS in Sports Medicine. Scott has broad experience in general orthopedics and sports medicine and has worked extensively with high school, collegiate, professional and elite athletes. One of Scott's passions throughout his career has been working with running and throwing athletes. He was privileged to travel to the 1995 World Track and Field Championships in Gothenburg, Sweden, and the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta as part of the medical team caring for USA track and field athletes including Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Gail Devers and Kenny Harrison. Scott is also well known for his work with performing artists of all types including dancers, ice skaters, gymnasts, and musicians and has treated members of Modern American Dance Company, Leverage Dance Theater, Webster University, St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, and touring companies at the Fox Theater. Scott and Robbie have lived in Crestwood since 1994, raising their daughters Paige and Morgan, who are proud graduates of Lindbergh High School.