Lattimore grand opening in new North Chili location

By on October 15, 2018

 

 

 Jeremy Sajdak, his staff, members of the Gates Chili Chamber of Commerce and town officials were on hand for the ribbon cutting. Provided photo


Jeremy Sajdak, his staff, members of the Gates Chili Chamber of Commerce and town officials were on hand for the ribbon cutting. Provided photo

Lattimore Physical Therapy recently celebrated their grand opening and Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. The new location is 3237 Union Street in North Chili. The clinical director is Jeremy Sajdak, a lifelong resident of the area.

Jeremy is a graduate of Churchville-Chili High School Class of 2007. He was an avid baseball player and after suffering an injury, he was facing the prospect of not playing baseball again. His parents took him to a physical therapist who helped Jeremy recover from his injury and return to his passion of playing baseball. This ignited Jeremy’s interest in pursuing a career in Physical Therapy.  “I had such a great experience working with my physical therapist and it helped motivate me to work through my injury and see progress, and that is when I knew this is what I wanted to do – help people,” said Jeremy.

Jeremy graduated from D’Youville College in 2015 with a bachelor of science in health services management, master’s certificate in health service administration, and doctorate in physical therapy (DPT) with an advanced certificate in orthopedics. He was a dual sport athlete in college, playing volleyball and baseball at D’Youville. Jeremy enjoys working with athletes as well as using a manual based approach when treating any variety of orthopedic/ musculoskeletal injuries.

Upon graduation, Jeremy did his clinical rotations at Lattimore; after passing his boards, he began working full time at Lattimore Webster.  It was always Jeremy’s dream to have his own location and when Lattimore began looking for new locations, his dream came true right in his hometown.  He loves working in the area he grew up in and seeing so many familiar faces. Jeremy likes to take part in the community as much as possible and can be seen at local sports events and even homecoming. “I am so thankful to Lattimore, especially owner John Schuman, and Adam Frank, my mentor, to my family and wife for all their help, and the community for the overwhelming support.” For more information on Lattimore North Chili visit www.lattimorept.com/north-chili-physical-therapy/

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