Spine, hip, knee, ankle/foot, pre/post-operative rehabilitation, and balance
Jeremy Brady, PT, DPT joined Jackson County Physical Therapy in the summer of 2015. He graduated from Trinity University in San Antonio with dual Bachelor of Science degrees in Computer Science and Geoscience. After working 10 years in educational publishing he returned to Texas State University in 2010 to complete his Doctor of Physical Therapy. After working in a sports specialty clinic and then transitioning to Seton Spine & Rehabilitation, Jeremy decided his happiness resides in the valley he grew up in and so moved back to the Rogue Valley.
While Jeremy has been specializing in the upper and lower spine population, he comes from a strong triathlon background and enjoys working with lower body posture, alignment, and muscular sequencing for prevention and treatment of injuries. His goal is to transition his focus to a more preventative model whenever possible. Jeremy is dual-trained in manual and McKenzie (MDT) techniques and aims to combine the two to relieve symptoms and maximize functional movement with patients. He is currently working on completing his MDT certification and plans to continue afterwards with an Evidence in Motion fellowship.
Outside the clinic Jeremy lives for the outdoors and you’ll commonly find him camping, trekking, or rafting. He has been a social dance instructor for 16 years and also enjoys music and dancing when possible.