Greg earned his doctorate in physical therapy from Touro University Nevada in Henderson, Nevada. He has advanced training in orthopedic manual therapy, including joint mobilizations, soft tissue mobilization, and spinal manipulations. He became a fellow with the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy (AAOMPT) in 2018 through the Manual Therapy Institute (MTI).
To optimize patient care, he focuses on recognizing faulty movement patterns, contributing factors, and their association with pain. He understands that physical therapy, along with all medical professions, is an ever-changing field and the vital importance of staying educated on the latest evidence-based research.
Greg loves working with all types of patients, from the weekend warrior to the everyday desk jockey. He feels blessed to have the opportunity to work in a profession that advocates healthy living, both body and mind, and to help those with physical limitations get back to things that they need and love to do.