Dr. James Randolph
Dr. Randolph received his Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Illinois at Chicago in 2001 and his Doctor of Physical Therapy from ATSU in 2017. He is a Credentialed Clinical Instructor through the American Physical Therapy Association, currently serves as Adjunct Faculty with A.T. Still University, and is certified in the McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy.
The McKenzie Method of MDT is a well-researched, exercise-based approach of assessment, mechanical diagnosis and treatment intended for all musculoskeletal problems, including pain in the back, neck and extremities, as well as issues associated with sciatica, sacroiliac joint pain, arthritis, degenerative disc disease, muscle spasms and intermittent numbness in hands or feet. If you are suffering from any such issues, then a MDT assessment may be right for you!
The McKenzie Method uses a comprehensive and clinically reasoned evaluation of patients without the use of expensive diagnostic imaging (e.g. x-rays and MRIs). The treatment principles of the McKenzie Method promote the body’s potential to repair itself and allow patients to learn the principles and empower them to be in control of their own symptom management, which can reduce dependency on medical intervention.