Chad, You saved my running career when I came to you for treatment of my Achilles tendinopathy in February 2005. I will always be extremely grateful to you for quickly solving a problem that had eluded many other practioners for more than two years.
Chad quickly got me back to my normal running routine when I came to him for treatment of my Achilles tendinopathy in 2005. He carefully showed me an eccentric loading treatment procedure that other physical therapists that I had visited for more than two years were not yet aware of, much less demonstrating to patients. Thanks to Chad I was back to running within a few weeks. I will always be extremely grateful to Chad for making it possible for me to resume running after I had almost given up hope!
After seeing Chad I completed another half-marathon and I am currently training for the Pikes Peak Ascent Race (13.3 miles and 7,800' vertical) in August.
To Chad and the Coast PT staff:
Many thanks for the great help in overcoming sciatica.
From the very start, the evaluation, the diagnosis, and the exercise program were very helpful.
I know I need to keep exercising to be pain free.
I have appreciated all of the suggestions along with the exercise prescription.
You have helped me in the past and it’s very comforting to have you close by, right here in Auburn.
You and your staff are to be commended for your knowledge and professionalism that has helped me and so many other people.
Dear Chad, I can’t thank you enough for healing my hip! I saw endless experts in L.A. – my physical therapist, HIS Physical therapist, the sports chiropractor who sees all the Olympians, even a Chinese Medicine Guru. None of them helped! Yet, I never had any problems when I was able to see you… I KNEW if anyone could figure out my mysterious malady, it would be you. THANK YOU for FINALLY (8 months later) correctly diagnosing me – I was able to start training again in a matter of weeks. I’m so happy (despite expression in photograph) to be running pain-free. Personal record in cross country = personal record in 1500m? Keep your fingers crossed!
P.S. Please move to California