Jeff Mitsch, PT, OCS, SCS, CAFS
University of Indianapolis: Krannert School of Physical Therapy
Masters of Science in Physical Therapy
Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences with a minor in Psychology
Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS)Sports Certified Specialist (SCS)
Certification in Applied Functional Science (CAFS)
Certified Clinical Instructor (CCI)
I am committed to providing excellent quality of care in a dynamic and fun environment. I am passionate about not only treating symptoms and returning patients to previous level of function, but addressing the underlying imbalances that lead to their injuries in the first place. I achieve this through my treatment approach which follows the three R’s.
- Reset: Joint Range of Motion (ROM) and Soft Tissue Extensibility
- Reinforce: Motion and Strength
- Reload: Integrate Dynamic Control and Functional Movements
Board certified specialist in orthopedics and sports with an emphasis on returning the athletic population to the activities that drive them. When we think of sports we often think of shoulders, knees and ankles. Functional movements link together these interdependent regions, meaning we always need to include “core” connections to treat the whole person. This applies to all injuries from sprains/strains, chronic injuries or post-operative care.
Affiliated with multiple physical therapy schools as a clinical instructor including University of Washington, Mayo School of Health Sciences, Northwestern University, Eastern Washington University and University of Kansas Medical Center.
Jeff enjoys spending time with family and his two young children. Jeff enjoys an active lifestyle with all that the Pacific Northwest has to offer. You are most likely to spot him on a mountain bike on any given weekend.