Chad Jarrett, PT
Chad attended California State University Long Beach, where he earned his degree in Physical Therapy. His 25+ years of experience have been focused primarily on outpatient orthopedics in the private practice setting. Chad treats a wide array of patients from Olympians to high school athletes, professional athletes, weekend warriors, triathletes, cyclists, and geriatric patients.
Chad combines a multi-faceted approach to his treatment programs with the ultimate goal being to help his patients obtain their highest level of function. He is highly skilled in assessing biomechanics, pelvic girdle issues, postural dysfunction, musculoskeletal imbalances, and motor recruitment patterns.
Chad likes to stay on the cutting edge in the Physical Therapy field and is a big advocate of trying new techniques and passing that on to his staff. He enjoys reading articles and taking the latest continuing education courses that are going to enhance the care and knowledge that will be passed on to his patients. As a strong advocate of patients’ treatment and the advancement of the field of physical therapy, Chad is an active member of the PT-PAC (Physical Therapy-Political Action Committee) of the APTA (American Physical Therapy Association.)
Chad has completed 16 Ironman events, including seven World Championships in Kona. He is a two-time Ironman Age-Group Champion at both international and national levels. Chad has recently switched gears to mountain bike, cyclocross and road racing. For the past two seasons, he has been a part of the highly respected Construction Zone Race Team out of Arizona. Chad holds his Level 1 Crossfit Coach Certificate.