Jeremy Wehking, PT, OCS, FAAOMPT, PRC
Jeremy Wehking of Advanced Physical Therapy Specialists, loves puzzles. Not the 1,000-piece, cute-kitten kind of puzzle, but the kind of puzzle each physical therapy patient offers. For Jeremy, every patient is unique and he understands that what works for one patient may not work for you.
With experience in multiple schools of thought and various systematic approaches toward physical therapy treatment, Jeremy stands among a very small percentage of physical therapists who look beyond your diagnosis to offer the most complete, effective, and efficient treatment possible. Instead of treating just your diagnosis, Jeremy treats you.
Your diagnosis offers a starting point—like the outer edges of a puzzle—for your physical therapy. Because the parts of your body are all connected, Jeremy fills in the blanks by identifying all the contributing factors to your diagnosis so you can see the whole picture (remember the children’s song, “your back bone’s connected to your hip bone…”). Jeremy’s comprehensive and efficient approach ensures that when you complete physical therapy, the final picture is always a healthy, happy you.
Jeremy graduated from the University of Florida with a degree in Physical Therapy. Jeremy spends countless hours in continuing education to learn new approaches. Most recently, he studied with the Postural Restoration Institute, The Institute of Physical Art, and St. Augustine University's Craniofacial Series taught by Mariano Rocabado. He also trained with Kinetacore in Trigger Point Dry Needling.
As both a Fellow in the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists and a Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist, Jeremy possesses more training than 97% of physical therapists. He’s one of only 3% of physical therapists in the United States and the only one in Miami to possess both distinctions. Jeremy is extremely active in the local community. He is a teaching assistant at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine Physical Therapy Department.
Jeremy lives with his wife and three kids in Miami and enjoys being a contributing member of the community. He likes running, playing guitar, and spending time with his family.