Dr. Chris McKenzie worked with athletes of following teams and many more:
He was a sprinter as a Junior in high school, soaring over hurdles at the State track meet and gaining lots of D1 university interest. After a hamstring injury caused a set-back his Senior year, college interest shuttered, and Chris’ dream of a division 1 college scholarship was gone in the blink of an eye…from one. preventable. injury. A repeat injury in college ended his career and Olympic hopes for good. It wasn’t until Chris attended physical therapy school, that he learned he was the victim of poor therapy and sports rehabilitation.
Pete Miller, PT, DPT
In high school and my early days at Saint Joseph’s University, I usually had difficulty in thinking about what I was going to pursue as my career. There was one thing that I knew I wanted my career to have, and that was to work with people. Being personable and empathetic, I find interest and ease in communicating and collaborating with others, especially when discussing and helping them through their problems.
In an age when so many in the U.S. spend the bulk of their days seated and/or sedentary, one of the more common muscle imbalance