Dr.Jeff Meadows, PT, DPT, OCS, COMT, FAAOMPT
Jeff first took an interest in physical therapy in college when he observed a patient walk to her car after being told that she would always have to use a wheelchair. He has been a physical therapist since 2006 when he graduated from Western Carolina.
Jeff completed a post-graduate doctorate in physical therapy and is a board-certified orthopedic specialist. He completed a three-year commitment to greater outcomes by becoming a fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists. This training further bolstered his practice with a focus on chronic/ spinal pain, headaches, TMJ, athletes and other complex conditions. His most recent certification is in BPPV, vestibular and balance disorders.
He loves teaching or learning something new. Outside of work, Jeff enjoys running, cycling, traveling, camping, and hiking with his family.
Wesley A Miller, PT, FAAOMPT
Wesley has been providing exceptional orthopedic physical therapy to Western North Carolina for over a decade. He is the owner and operator of Anti-Fragile Physical Therapy, LLC - a one-on-one physical therapy practice centered in North Asheville - and is also reaching out to clients throughout the region.
Wesley maintains a professional focus on client-centered care, evidence-based assessment, expert manual therapy, and corrective exercise applied to sports, orthopedic, and chronic pain issues. He also provides medical bike fitting, and running/gait training.
Wesley completed his degree in 2003 at the University of Evansville, and devoured manual therapy courses - seeing hands-on care as key. He relocated to University of Illinois-Chicago in 2009 to complete a post-graduate fellowship in manual therapy and chronic pain management - an expertise he applies to individuals of all levels of injury or activity.
"My goal is to tailor high quality physical therapy services to your specific goals. As a business, we strive to provide transparent pricing, collaborative health care, and a strong community focus."