Jeremy received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University at Buffalo with honors.
Prior to joining the team at Recovery PT, Jeremy gained comprehensive clinical experience in
outpatient orthopedic and vestibular settings as well as inpatient spinal cord injury rehabilitation.
He also spent time in Phoenix, AZ working alongside experts in the field, screening major and
minor league baseball players for injury risk during the 2017 spring training season. As part of
his doctoral program, Jeremy worked on a research team, which investigated key prognostic
factors for developing a timeline for return to sport or prior level of function after sustaining a
Jeremy relies on this experience as well as keeping up to date on current research in order to treat
both orthopedic and neurological conditions. He uses his strong understanding of joint
biomechanics to identify key pain generating impairments and develop an individualized plan of
care. He uses a combination of functional manual therapy techniques from a multitude of
methodologies and corrective exercises in order to restore proper movement patterns, return his
patients back to their prior level of function and help them meet their goals.
In his free time, Jeremy enjoys exercising regularly; weight-lifting and playing baseball,
basketball, and soccer, all of which he has played competitively since adolescence. His
experiences, background in athletics, and passion for the profession allow him relate to and put
his patients’ in the best position to succeed by hurdling many of the common challenges faced
during the rehab process.