Chris Gracey, MS, PT, MPT, CPed, TPI Level 1 Certified 3D Print Engineer
Chris Gracey is the manager of OrthoBethesda Orthotics; the nation's first orthotics lab to 3D print manufacture on-site in a physical therapy clinic. Mr. Gracey's 3D printed orthotics are precision-calibre, medical-grade, and receive the highest insurance reimbursement rates allowable. Patients report "superior balance," "Reduced pain," and "improved performance." Chris says, "Your comfort is my #1 concern! Call Chris for a free phone consultation at 240-482-2438.
Chris Gracey discovered his calling to heal the world one foot at a time while standing long hours on hard marble floors as a manager of a retail shop in Tyson’s Corner, Va. His first step to actualizing his dream was receiving a Masters of Physical Therapy from Howard University in 1999. He specialized in the foot and ankle and became a Certified Pedorthist in 2000. Chris has provided physical therapy and pedorthic services to the children and adults treated in the Rehabilitation Medicine Department at the National Institutes of Health, National Rehabilitation Hospital, and multiple hospitals and clinics in the DC/MD/VA area. Mr. Gracey is the owner/CEO of Graceyfeet, LLC., a full service orthotics lab located in Chevy Chase, DC.
In addition to his clinical work, Mr. Gracey has managed a multi-disciplinary foot clinic and served as an adjunct professor for the Physical Therapy programs at Howard University and The George Washington University. He is a published author and has collaborated on research protocols with the Physicians and Therapists both at the NIH and in the extramural community. His current focus is providing the finest quality, research-proven, custom othotic and physical therapy services to OrthoBethesda with an emphasis on enhanced performance and injury prevention.