Untapped Potential Physical Therapy is owned and operated by two highly trained physical therapists, Drew Scrimgeour and Tracy Eisenbeis.

With great excitement, Tracy and Drew welcomed Blair Watson, PT, MPT, OCS to join their busy and growing practice in 2018. They started Untapped Potential Physical Therapy with a unified goal of improving their patients' health and well-being, even (and especially!) when typical physical therapy methods have not achieved the desired results. 

At the heart of this approach is the conviction that physical therapy should be patient-centered and delivered with compassion and sensitivity. You will feel listened-to, valued, and respected. You will be a partner in your therapy. They look forward to hearing your story and helping you reach your goals to reach your full potential.

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Tracy Eisenbeis


Fresh from finishing the mid-career 17-month fellowship program (FFMT, FAAOMPT), Tracy brings nearly 10 years as a physical therapist and 14 years as an athletic trainer to create a combined 19 years of experience working with the body. In her years since PT school, Tracy has focused on mastering Functional Manual Therapy (FMT) and passing the rigorous CFMT exam with Distinction in 2011. She quickly came on as Faculty-in-Training for the Institute of Physical Art and is on track to be a primary instructor in 2016. Since earning CFMT, Tracy has also earned her certification as a Mulligan Practitioner (CMP), delved deeply into visceral mobilization at the Barral Institute and entered the women's health world by studying with Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute and Gail Wetzler.

Tracy enjoys spending time with her husband Kirk doing all kinds of things. They swing dance, ski, snowboard and hike, they love to travel domestically and abroad. Tracy enjoys a really good book or movie, the beach and cooking.  She is also a bit of a continuing education junkie.


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Drew Scrimgeour


Drew received his Bachelor of Arts from Skidmore College and went on to pursue his clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Hunter College through the Graduate Center of CUNY.  He developed a passion for manual therapy and discovered how effective physical therapy can be when it focuses on efficient movement and addresses the underlying causes of pain, rather than only treating symptoms. He then traveled to Northern California where he completed a 6-month residency program at the Kaiser Rehab Center in Vallejo, specializing in Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF).  

Drew next completed a year-long residency program in Functional Manual Therapy (FMT) through the Institute of Physical Art. Upon completion, Drew undertook the week-long intensive certification process for Functional Manual Therapy™ through the Institute of Physical Art and passed with honors. Since then, he has continued his training by taking courses in the Maitland system (MAPS) and in osteopathic evaluation and treatment with Tim Crunk (Crunk Seminars).  Most recently, he received his certification in Dry Needling through the Institute of Advanced Musculoskeletal Treatments (IAMT). 

In 2015, Drew and his wife Connie happily welcomed their first child to the world. She has filled the house with joy, but definitely keeps her parents on their toes! 

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Blair Watson


Blair earned her Bachelor of Arts in Exercise and Sport Science (2004) and Master of Physical Therapy (2007) degrees from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. After graduating, she began her career at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, DC. She was the first candidate to be accepted and graduate from Georgetown’s APTA-Credentialed Orthopedic Residency.

In 2018, Blair became a Board-Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopedic Physical Therapy (OCS), a title achieved by less than 6% of physical therapists in the U.S.  She has dedicated much of her career to learning advanced manual therapy skills through the intensive curriculum of the Institute of Physical Art’s Functional Manual Therapy (FMT).  In 2019, Blair earned her Certification in Functional Manual Therapy (CFMT) with Honors. 

Blair has also taken extensive coursework and is certified in Level 2 Functional Trigger Point Dry Needling through Kinetacore. She also possesses a passion for teaching and has been involved in both the UNC and Duke Departments of Physical Therapy.

In her spare time, Blair loves being active through Crossfit, hiking, and yoga.  She is artistic and creative, designing projects using calligraphy, hand-lettering, and paint.