Arnolt lives in Indianapolis and is the former president and owner of TherapyCare Resources Inc., developer of the Graston Technique (GT), an advanced and proprietary method of instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization. The academic aspect of GT is part of an advanced degree curriculum at nearly 40 universities, and is used nationally and internationally by sports organizations and in outpatient treatment facilities. GT is used to treat IU athletes and is taught at IU in the master’s degree program for athletic trainers and the doctoral program for physical therapists.
Though Arnolt has been engaged in varied business endeavors, he maintains a continuing passion for quality journalism, a passion which stems from his years as a reporter for The Elkhart Truth. He is a founding member of The Media School Dean’s Advisory Board.
He has served on the boards of directors of USA Racquetball, Prevent Blindness Indiana and volunteers with Call For Action, a national nonprofit consumer mediation and fraud recovery service.
Arnolt’s many interests are reflected in his giving to various areas within the university, including the School of Public Health, the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, and The Media School.