Jeff received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Chatham University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Clinically, he has focused on outpatient orthopedic settings managing complex musculoskeletal disorders, working with people of all different backgrounds. Jeff has a strong belief in the use of manual therapy within physical therapy practice and has special interests in sports/ACL rehabilitation, concussion management, and chronic pain. He also performs running evaluations to fine tune gait mechanics and prevent injury. As a USATF level I coach, he has years of experience coaching runners of all ages. Prior to physical therapy school, Jeff earned honors in a Bachelor of Arts in Physical Education and a minor in Physics from Baldwin Wallace University while he participated in soccer, cross country and track.
Born and raised in Northeast Ohio, he decided to move across the country to TrackTown USA to practice physical therapy in Eugene, Oregon. When not at work, Jeff can usually be found exploring new running trails, hiking national parks, and cheering on Cleveland sports teams, Go Tribe!