Hello. It’s a pleasure to meet you. I know from first hand experience that it isn’t easy to get the help you need when you’re hurt. That being the case, let me introduce myself so you’ll have a better understanding of what I do, why I do it, and how I can help you.
As an undergraduate, I played running back for the Butler University Bulldogs. In 2007, I was named Butler’s Most Outstanding Offensive Player. Needless to say, I love football, wanting nothing more at the time than to play every single game.
Unfortunately, a number of injuries kept me off the field—that’s when I started going to different doctors and therapists, trying to overcome my injuries so I could play again. Nothing helped. It seemed the surgeons just wanted to cut into me or prescribe painkillers!
I started seriously looking for answers as a D1 athlete. (If you’re not a sports fan, a D1 athlete is the highest level of intercollegiate athletics.) I wanted to know why I was constantly getting hurt.
I went to dozens of “experts” before finally finding a man who helped me get moving again. That’s when I saw the value in physical therapy. As a result, of working with him, I started doing my own research into therapy solutions. I wanted to know specifically what worked and when.
The result has been a revolutionary approach to rehabilitation called the Gray Method(™).
This treatment accurately diagnoses the condition, and fixes the root cause—not just the symptoms. The Gray Method(™) helps me get people get moving faster and more pain-free.
In addition to assisting with physical therapy treatments in Ft. Myers and in our physical therapy clinic in Cape Coral, I presently work as the lead physical therapist for the Mountain Dew Tour. You can see this on NBC.
Now that you know something about me, I hope we’ll meet in person, so I can learn about you.
I’d like to encourage you to start your healing process by signing up for my assessment: it’s free and it pinpoints the problem, so there is no guessing.
I look forward to meeting you soon!
I had the honor of attending the following educational institutions on my journey to become a top-rated doctor of physical therapy.
I am proud to belong to the following professional medical associations:
I have had the opportunity to share my findings on how to effectively treat muscle and skeletal injuries in a number of ways including:
And in my spare time, I volunteer with the following organizations helping youth athletes by showing coaches and parents how to prevent injuries and improve their athletic performance.