Eric Schoenberg

Board-Certified Physical Therapist

Eric Schoenberg is the owner of Diamond Physical Therapy.  He is a board-certified Physical Therapist (PT) and Strength Coach (CSCS).  Eric specializes in the management and rehabilitation of baseball players.  His treatment approach is to evaluate an individual’s movement, posture, and body type to determine WHY an individual is experiencing pain or limitation in their sport and life.  With this information, Eric is able to develop an individualized treatment program to help resolve your symptoms and teach you how you can manage your body independently.  He is also certified in the Graston Technique and Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) Training.

Eric has developed a niche in the baseball world through his close collaboration and study with industry leaders in Physical Therapy, Orthopedic Surgery, Strength and Conditioning, Pitching, and Hitting. He has had the privilege of working alongside hundreds of professional, collegiate, and high school athletes to help them to manage their injuries, rehabilitate following surgery, and reduce risk of re-injury.

Eric is passionate about educating athletes and coaches.  His mission is to help grow the knowledge in the game of baseball as it relates to player health and injury management.   The ultimate goal is to support each baseball player’s journey to reach their full potential in the game and not be limited by injury.  Having the opportunity to work under the Cressey Sports Performance umbrella in a collaborative manner is a privilege and a great opportunity to impact the baseball community.

Free Access to Eric’s 47-Minute UNE Lecture

Hip-Shoulder Separation in Rotational Athletes: Making Sense of the Thoracic Spine.

Welcome to Cressey Sports Performance

Over the years, Eric Cressey’s given this lecture to more than 10,000 coaches, players, sports medicine professionals and enthusiasts and it’s been a huge hit. In the video, you will observe a lot of our CSP athletes training and learn:

  • Why different athletes need different approaches to power development?

  • Why it’s essential that you learn to train outside the sagittal plane?
  • Which medicine ball and plyometric variations I use with baseball players?
  • Why not all throwers have identical deceleration patterns or training needs?

  • How your arm care programs can be improved to reduce the risk of injury and improve throwing velocity?