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Meet the Staff
Eric is the Clinic Director at the ProRehab Physical Therapy Brownsboro Road clinic in Chenoweth Plaza.
Eric earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Bellarmine University. He is Board Certified in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialist. Eric is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with the National Strength and Conditioning Association and a member of American Physical Therapy Association and the Kentucky Physical Therapy Association.
Eric’s practice focuses on the development and implementation of functional rehabilitation programs, return to sport rehabilitation programs, and performance enhancement programs for athletes of all ages and backgrounds. He takes special interests in the evaluation and rehabilitation of golfers and is certified through multiple organizations including the Titleist Performance Institute. He also has experience working with athletes in youth organizations, pro and amateur triathletes, MMA, NCAA, MLB, and the NFL. Eric is a ProRehab Physical Therapy partner and Director of Performance Enhancement
In his spare time, Eric enjoys being outside with wife and 2 kids. His hobbies include hiking, golf, fishing, and skiing.
Ed is the Clinic Director of the ProRehab Physical Therapy Prospect location.
Originally growing up in New Jersey, Ed moved out to Kentucky in 2009 to pursue his physical therapy career, earning his Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Bellarmine University in 2011. In 2010, Ed obtained his credentials as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), which has assisted him with exercise prescription, as well as the progression of overall health and wellness for patients. In 2016, Ed obtained his Orthopedic Certified Specialist (OCS) which roughly only seven percent of physical therapists nationwide obtain. He has a passion for teaching and serves as an adjunct professor at Bellarmine University and Hanover College in their physical therapy programs. He is also certified in Selective Functional Movement (SFMA) and Functional Movement Screen (FMS). He has extensive training in trigger point dry needling, achieving Level 1 and 2 from Evidence In Motion.
One of his passions is to treat patients who are suffering from Temporal Mandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMD). He has received training from Dr. Michael Karegeannes PT, MHSC, LAT, MTC, CFC, CCTT, CMTPT.
His other passion is foot and ankle dysfunction, with the fabrication of custom orthotics. He has received training from Pat Wempe PT, DPT, SCS, OCS who has been making custom orthotics for over 30 years.
When Ed is not working, he loves spending time with his wife and their three boys: Eddie, Maverick, and Ryker.
Daryl is ProRehab Physical Therapy’s Highlands Clinic Director and a Sports Medicine PT at St. Francis High School.
Daryl earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Bellarmine University. He is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), the Kentucky Physical Therapy Association, and is also an APTA Sports Certified Specialist.
He has a special interest in sport orthopedic physical therapy, concussion management, and the development and implementation of performance enhancement programs for athletes of all ages and backgrounds.
Alex Shefflette, Strength Coach, is the Director of ProRehab’s allPro Sports Performance Program. Alex graduated from California State University in Monterey Bay with a degree in Kinesiology and an emphasis on Exercise Science. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Alex has extensive experience training and assisting in the rehabilitation of athletes and is passionate about performance enhancement for all levels, from Olympians to young aspiring athletes.