Bill attended the University of North Florida where he completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Community Health while playing baseball for the University’s nationally ranked team. After personally rehabilitating from knee surgery to return to play, Bill returned to school to complete his professional degree in Physical Therapy (1997)
His background includes vast experience with sports and orthopedic injuries, including return to play, work and daily function including postoperative conditions as well as a strong level of comfort with neurological conditions. Bill has a clear working knowledge of the team communication necessary to get injured workers and athletes back to work or play in a timely manner. He has utilized his continuing education time to provide his patients with the most effective Strength, Conditioning and Manual techniques to speed their recovery. Years of experience and contacts in the area have given him the ability to be a resource to patients when attempting to navigate today’s healthcare system.
Bill and his wife Kelli have three children in area schools and they are deeply committed to area youth sports programs. He served for several years as an administrator in a local health system where he led many initiatives to improve the health and wellness of the community.