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UNR CAMPUS LOCATION
Sports Medicine Complex
Reno, NV 89557
(775) 784-1999 | Get Directions
Email: info@nevpt.com
nevada physical therapy - kirman avenue location
KIRMAN OFFICE LOCATION
Nevada Physical Therapy Office
85 Kirman Avenue, Reno, NV 89502-1344
(775) 322-4888 | Get Directions
Email: info@nevpt.com
 
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randh jacobe, ptRandy Jacobe, P.T.
Randy Jacobe, P.T. has been a physical therapist for over 30 years. Randy graduated from California State University, Long Beach Physical Therapy School. Randy began his career in Long Beach after training at the Kerlan-Jobe Clinic (team physicians for the Los Angeles Dodgers and the then Los Angeles Rams). He also helped to establish Long Beach’s first sports injury and rehabilitation clinic. Randy was recruited to the Reno area in 1978 and founded/directed the Sierra Center for Orthopedic Rehabilitation (S.C.O.R) for over 15 years. In 1992 Randy was selected by the University of Nevada as provider of physical therapy and sports rehabilitation for the newly constructed University Sports Medicine Complex. He established “Nevada Physical Therapy Inc.” with long time partner Gene Cudworth, P.T. Randy also serves as Adjunct Clinical Professor for the University of Nevada School of Medicine, Sports Medicine Fellowship. Randy’s clinical focus is extremity rehabilitation – knees, shoulders, elbows and ankle/foot injuries. He works closely with University and high school athletes but also is interested in exercise physiology and wellness.
 
gene cudworth, ptGene Cudworth, P.T.
Gene Cudworth, P.T. is a native Nevadan, graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno and the University of Pittsburgh's Physical Therapy Program. Gene began his career in Reno after training at the Kerlan-Jobe Clinic (team physicians for the Los Angeles Dodgers and the then Los Angeles Rams). He worked at the Sierra Center for Orthopedic Rehabilitation for over 10 years before becoming co-owner of "Nevada Physical Therapy Inc." with long time partner Randy Jacobe, P.T. Gene serves as Adjunct Clinical Professor for the University of Nevada School of Medicine Sports Medicine Fellowship. Gene's clinical focus is extremity rehabilitation - knees, shoulders, elbows and ankle/foot injuries. He has an interest in geriatrics especially total joint replacements of the knee, shoulder (reverse total shoulders) and hip. He works closely with University and high school athletes but also is interested in exercise physiology and wellness.
 
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theresa owens, mptTheresa Owens, M.P.T.
Theresa is proud to be a native Nevadan, and a graduate of Albert Lowry High School in Winnemucca, Nevada in 1978. She attended the University of Nevada, Reno where she completed her undergraduate work, then received her Master's Degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Pacific in Stockton, California in 1989. She held a staff position at the U. C. Davis Medical Center Rehabilitation Department for seven years before moving back to Nevada and has been employed since 1997 with Nevada Physical Therapy. Theresa supervises Nevada Physical Therapy's Kirman satellite office located across from Renown Hospital. She functions as an "Extremity Therapist" concentrating on shoulder, knee, elbow and foot/ankle orthopedic involvements. She also has extensive experience with burns, heart/lung transplants, multi-trauma and spinal cord rehabilitation. Theresa enjoys kayaking, bike riding, camping and hiking the hills of the Sierra Nevada mountains.
 
brian fearnley, mptBrian Fearnley, M.P.T.
Brian graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno, in 1997 with a B.S. degree in Health Ecology and a minor in Spanish. Played collegiate football at the University of Nevada from 1992-1996. Brian received a Master's Degree in Physical Therapy from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois in 2002. He has worked at Nevada Physical Therapy since graduating from physical therapy school and enjoys working with patients across the lifespan. He also serves as Adjunct Clinical Faculty at the University of Nevada, School of Medicine since 2004. Fluent in Spanish treating 10-20% of his practice at any given time are primarily Spanish-speaking patients. Brian is primarily interested in sports medicine and biomechanics.
 
Crista Jacobe-Mann, M.P.T.
Crista is a fifth generation native Nevadan. She earned her Bachelor's degree in Biology from the University of Nevada, Reno, in 2003 before going on to earn her Master's degree in Physical Therapy from California State University at Long Beach in 2006. Immediately following her graduate studies, Crista returned to Reno and began working with her father at Nevada Physical Therapy. Crista is interested in the prevention of ACL injuries in female athletes and has yet to tear her own. She is proficient in the treatment of both spines and the extremities and appreciates the intimate relationship between the neck and shoulder. She also serves as Adjunct Clinical Faculty at the University of Nevada, School of Medicine since 2007.
 
 
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kathy o'brien
Kathleen O'Brien
Kathleen O'Brien has worked at Nevada Physical Therapy since it's opening in 1993. She is a certified Athletic Trainer but for the last fourteen years she has overseen all aspects of patient financials. As a team member of Nevada Physical Therapy, Kathy's goal is to provide assistance with all of your insurance, billing and collection needs. Kathy loves to ride horses with her husband and son. She also enjoys hiking, playing with her dogs, sipping tea with her girlfriends and reenacting civil war history.