Physical Therapy | Male
Apogee Therapy Center
3010 Wilson Ave SW
Grandville, MI 49418
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Likelihood of recommending Jeffrey Carter to family and friends is 5 out of 5
Jeff has been a licensed physical therapist for 31 years since graduating from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey and Kean University. Jeff also received his MBA from Grand Valley State University. His diverse background in acute care settings, rehabilitation centers, sports medicine, and in general orthopedic private practices allows him to treat all ages and surgical and non-surgical patients with expert care. Jeff has completed 43 continuing education courses and is in the process of being certified with the International Academy of Orthopedic Manual Medicine. He has extensive training and experience in manual therapy and is known in Grand Rapids for his skill in successfully treating spinal conditions including the treatment of acute and chronic headache, low back and pelvic pain. Jeff understands the special needs of the aging population as he served as a therapist in various long-term care centers utilizing his training in balance and ambulation recovery techniques. Formerly, Jeff served as a regional manager of a large rehabilitation company, was the headache specialist at Mary Free Bed, and successfully managed five freestanding outpatient physical therapy practices.
Jeff is married to Sharon, his lovely wife of 35 years. He is a father of four and grandfather of one. Jeff loves outdoor activities such as boating, hunting, cycling and landscaping. Jeff loves all kinds of music and, as a musician, plays in the band at his church. Jeff is a fan of John Maxwell and strives to implement his leadership and personal development principles in his personal life and at work.
I am thankful to serve Grandville and the surrounding communities as the owner of Apogee Therapy Center. My passion is to provide the Apogee (Pinnacle) of your rehabilitative experience by providing Personal Care leading to your Peak Performance!
Jeff enjoys serving Grandville and the surrounding communities as the owner of Apogee Therapy Center. His passion is to provide the Apogee (Pinnacle) of a Rehabilitative Experience for Every Individual being treated at Apogee Therapy Center by providing Personal Care – Peak Performance.
Providing personal care to each and every patient leads to Peak Performance.
Jeff is an expert in the treatment of spinal conditions: Low Back, Headaches, Neck / upper back and rib pain. Jeff is an expert in treating all types of orthopedics conditions: surgical and non-surgical. He has 31 years of experience treating all ages from pediatrics to geriatrics.
McKenzie, Mulligan, Kaltenborn, Cyriax, High Level Manual Therapy, Ther Exercise (beginners to high level)
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Graduated in 1985
Completed in 2007
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