Jeremy Przybylo, DPT
Jeremy W. Przybylo, PT, DPT, DMT is the Prairie Spine and Pain Institute’s lead physical therapist. He is a key component of our integrated care program. Jeremy works one-on-one with patients to perform an initial evaluation that allows him to design a comprehensive treatment program tailored to each individual. He typically works with patients weekly, utilizing a combination of hands on manual therapeutic techniques and a scientific approach to rehabilitative exercise.
Jeremy works to empower patients to actively participate in the management of their pain. He is dedicated to helping patients fully understand their diagnoses, listening to their concerns, and guiding them through Prairie Spine and Pain Institute’s integrated care program and available treatment options, so they can make informed decisions about their care.
Jeremy executes the Prairie Spine and Pain Institute’s exclusive PowerCore for Life™ Program by providing our patients with a comprehensive integrated approach for their care that is designed to enhance their quality of life, restore their function and reduce their pain.
PowerCore for Life™ system works by giving the patient real-time feedback through its sensors and computer software. As a patient performs traditional rehabilitation exercises, their relative position is visually represented on a computer monitor. The computer pushes the patient at various levels all while simulating movement through the desired range of motion. Points are awarded for positive work and deducted for poor performance.
Jeremy attended Monmouth College where he earned a Bachelors of Arts degree, majoring in biology with a minor in chemistry. He went on to attend Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program at Midwestern University in Downers Grove, Illinois. Following graduation in 2006, he entered the field of orthopedic rehabilitation in Peoria. Shortly thereafter, he decided to further his education by enrolling in a one-year orthopedic manual physical therapy residency through the Ola Grimsby Institute based out of San Diego, California. During that time he honed his skills in orthopedic and biomechanical evaluation, joint mobilization, soft tissue mobilization/massage and scientific therapeutic exercise. After completing his research in tendinopathy, he was honored with a Doctor of Manual Therapy (DMT) degree.