About Robin Tracy

Doctor of Physical Therapy

Robin was born in Worthington, MN and attended high school in Alexandria, MN.  She graduated from Mankato State University with an Athletic Training Degree, received her Masters Degree in Exercises Physiology from St Cloud St University and then moved to La Crosse, WI, working as an Athletic Trainer and completing her Physical Therapy Degree.  Robin worked at UND for 20 years in the Athletic Training Department as a professor and physical therapist working with UND athletes and community members.  She has also worked at a rural hospital for 3 years.  Robin traveled with the US National Swim Team as the Athletic Trainer to swim meets in Greece, Australia and Japan in 2000-2003 and was a volunteer Athletic Trainer at the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games.  Robin specializes in Sports Medicine Injuries and completed her Sports Medicine Specialist Certification in 2016.  She is also skilled in Functional Dry Needling and Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Massage.

Robin lives in Grand Forks with her husband Jake and their cat, Isabella.  Her foster child is currently working at UCLA.  Robin swam competitively in high school and college and continues to train, coach and compete in Masters Swimming.


Sports Injuries

Post-surgical Rehab

Shoulder Injuries

FDN (Functional Dry Needling)

IASTM (Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Massage)