Jimmy is a native of the community he now serves. He graduated from the University of Kentucky in 2010 with his Doctorate of Physical Therapy.
Jimmy is married, with a 9-month-old son. He loves the outdoors. He is active in community events and has recently become the music leader at his church.
Since his graduation, through years of training, he has become the only clinician in his region to be recognized as a Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist (COMT). This certification focuses on conducting a thorough and individual assessment of each patient, then using that assessment to deliver care-based on evidence based medicine (EBM). He is certified in the McKenzie method of Manual Diagnosis and Treatment (MDT). He is an APTA Certified Clinical Instructor (CCI) and enjoys teaching, and developing PT students into future clinicians.
Jimmy specializes in all orthopedic conditions, both operative and non-operative. He has been extensively trained in the diagnosis and treatment of the spine and peripheral joints. He also treats many balance and gait disorders. Jimmy has five years of clinical experience.