Mike SchaackMike Schaack
Robin GibsonRobin Gibson
Mark McCoyMark McCoy
Eli MeadEli Mead
Tyler WallisTyler Wallis
Heather WhiteHeather White

Mike Schaack, DPT, FAAOMPT, MSPT

Mike Schaack graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Exercise Physiology from U.C. Davis in 1992. Immediately following his undergraduate studies, he attended the University of the Pacific in Stockton and received his Master's Degree in Physical Therapy in 1994. In 2004 Mike partnered up with Paul Swanson and together they operated Swanson Schaack Physical Therapy until 2013. During this time, Mike went back to school and received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Pacific University in Oregon in 2009. In 2013 Mike took sole ownership and Schaack Physical Therapy was born. Mike currently has two Schaack Physical Therapy clinics located in Lincoln and Roseville, CA.

Over the course of Dr. Schaack's career, he has taken numerous short and long term spinal courses along with upper and lower extremity courses to hone his manual skills. His ongoing pursuit to improve his expertise included a full year of residency training. In 1999, Dr. Schaack completed the Kaiser Hayward Residency Program in Advanced Physical Therapy and became a Full Fellow in the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Therapy.

In addition to clinical work, Dr. Schaack started Schaack Physical Therapy Seminars in 2008 and currently teaches continuing education classes for fellow physical therapists at his Lincoln clinic and across the United States including California, Oregon, Washington, Wisconsin and Hawaii.

When he is not working or teaching, Mike enjoys spending time with his wife, Melinda, and their three wonderful children: Lauren, Kyle and Jake.

Robin Gibson, PTA

Bio coming soon...

Mark McCoy, DPT

Dr. McCoy attended California State University Chico for three years then transferred to California State University Northridge earning his B.S. in Biology and certificate of Physical Therapy. Immediately following graduation Mark worked for a preeminent PT clinic in the Sacramento area. After 8 years he went into private practice and owned his own PT clinic for 26 years. In 2007 he went back to school at Pacific University and graduated with his Doctor of Physical Therapy in 2010. Dr McCoy has been treating patients for 40 years in the greater Sacramento area. He approaches each patient as an individual with unique needs. Mark believes there is no "cookie cutter" approach and develops an individual plan for each patient. Dr. McCoy listens to his patients' concerns and works with them so they understand every step of the process so they can feel comfortable with their recovery. Dr. McCoy is a lifelong learner both personally and professionally. He has thousands of hours of hands-on continuing education.

When Mark is not working you can find him on the golf course, traveling with his wife or enjoying the outdoors (hunting and fishing).

Eli Mead, DPT

Eli has lived in Roseville his whole life and attended Oakmont High School where his passion for Physical Therapy began. After graduating from Oakmont High’s Health Careers Academy in 2014, he attended San Diego State University where he earned his B.S. in Kinesiology with an Honors Minor in Interdisciplinary Studies in 2018. He wasted no time and immediately began work on his Doctorate at Sacramento State University’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program. On July 27th, 2021 Eli passed his licensing exam and the next day he began working at Schaack Physical Therapy. Eli loves being able to work with all different kinds of patients. Whether their goal is to return to their sport or return to walking their dog around the neighborhood, Eli is passionate about tailoring each plan of care so it is suited to the individual. Eli has been able to grow and learn a lot from Mike and the other therapists since starting in the summer of 2021. He has seen and worked with a variety of conditions and post surgical states. These include total joint replacements, rotator cuff repairs, shoulder pain, neck pain, low back pain, and knee pain. Eli is a life long learner, and continues to work on perfecting his craft to give the best care possible.

Eli is an athlete himself and has played sports since he was very young. He continues to stay active at the gym or by playing in recreational soccer leagues on the weekends. He strives to live an overall healthy lifestyle, and encourages all of his patients to do the same. He will have discussions with patients about not only the condition they are being seen for, but also about things like nutrition, sleep habits, work/life stress, and other factors that can affect our health outcomes.

Eli has been married to his wife, Emily, since July 5th, 2019. They enjoy spending time with their friends, going on hikes, and playing card games.

Tyler Wallis, PT, DPT

Dr. Tyler Wallis, PT, DPT grew up in Livermore, CA and was immediately drawn to exercise and how the human body functions. Tyler went to Cal State East Bay where he earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Therapeutic Studies and graduated with honors. Immediately after graduating in 2019, he continued his studies at Sacramento State University where he graduated with a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. During his last year of PT school, Tyler had his Doctoral Project published which discussed physical therapy treatment following a total knee replacement. As a former college baseball player, he challenged himself further and became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Tyler has experience with treating a wide variety of conditions and musculoskeletal injuries and is continuously finding new ways to improve his treatment skills and knowledge of the most up to date evidence.

Outside of work, Tyler enjoys staying active by exercising at the gym and playing sports with his friends including basketball, ultimate frisbee, and pickle ball.

Heather White, DPT

Dr. White graduated Summa Cum Laude from California State University, earning her Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology with a Minor in Biological Sciences. Heather immediately applied to Doctor of Physical Therapy Programs and was graciously accepted into the program offered by her alma mater. Dr. White considers herself a patient centric practitioner and strives to lead with integrity, respect, and compassion while practicing her art. She is a fellow Lincolnite and is proud to have the opportunity to rehabilitate, promote, and preserve the function of those in her surrounding community. While her interests are vast, she focuses her continuing education through the lens of her current clientele.

When not working, Heather enjoys spending time with her son, friends and family, exploring new learning opportunities and having adventures.