Jeremy received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Northern Arizona University and earned B.S. degrees in Clinical Physiology, Legal Studies and Political Science from Central Washington University. In his time at NAU, Jeremy developed a preventative ACL injury program which he implemented with the women’s soccer team. At Central, Jeremy played three years of baseball on an athletic scholarship.
Jeremy’s clinical practice focuses on the function of the individual. He develops entire body systematic interventions that target his clients’ impairments whether they’re weekend warriors or professional athletes, in order to allow them to return to their sport of choice. As a former collegiate athlete, he is particularly passionate about staying involved with this population, emphasizing athletic performance, injury prevention and rehabilitation for returning back to sport. Jeremy hopes to combine his interests in sports medicine and rehab by developing preventative programs for high school soccer and overhead athletes in the greater Seattle area. He is committed to improving the quality of life of his patients, and is pursuing additional certifications to enrich his practice.
In his free time, Jeremy is an avid landscape photographer, which allows him to capture the beautiful wonders of the greater Northwest through a creative lens. He enjoys running, hiking, camping and is training for his first Olympic triathlon. As a native Seattleite, Jeremy loves a good cup of coffee, the Mariners, the Huskies, and the Hawks!