Craig attended the University of New England in Biddeford, Maine where he received his BA in Occupational Science and his Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy. After graduation, Craig focused his career in Hand Therapy. For the last 13 years Craig has worked around the country developing and growing hand therapy practices from Northern Maine, New Mexico, New Hampshire, Wyoming and finally settling down in Lake Stevens, Washington. Craig specializes in upper extremity injuries from simple tendonitis and fractures to extensive trauma injuries and tendon repairs. An expert in functional rigidity casting (FRC), Craig enjoys getting patients from post op non-functional status to increasing their functional levels to prior level of functioning.
Craig originally moved to the PNW in 2010 with his wife Kara and their two children. An avid cyclist, Craig spends his free time cycling the back roads of Snohomish county and multiday mountain biking bike-packing adventures.