JIM LUNDY completed his Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Western University of Health Sciences in 2004 and his Masters of Physical Therapy at Nova Southeastern University in 1997. He has worked in multiple hospital, clinic, and home settings before starting several clinics in Virginia and California. He also earned several certifications for training and enhancing athletic performance.
Jim has used his knowledge to rehabilitate gold medal Olympians, professional athletes in the NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB, Professional Tennis Association, and multiple college, high school, and weekend warrior athletes.
In addition to his extensive continuing education covering all body parts, he is a clinical instructor for physical therapy students and has written articles regarding the foot, hip, shoulder, and low back.
After having a low back injury, he developed a specialization in low back disorders and lifting techniques. The pain from his back injury allows him to understand the complexity and frustration of injuries first hand.
In his free time, he competes in running, biking, and swimming events and enjoys coaching his two sons’ sports teams.
“Healing must be treated in a progressive, incremental, and systematic way, whether you are an athlete… or just someone with a pain you don’t want.”