Jad Chatila graduated in 2017 from Texas Christian University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Movement Science. He later received their Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in 2020.
This is Jad’s first job outside of PT school but he had a year of clinical experiences during their schooling in areas such as inpatient rehabilitation where he treated stroke and orthopedic post-operative patients, as well as outpatient orthopedic clinics in which he placed an emphasis on functional movement patterns and appropriate manual therapy techniques to maximize patient outcomes.
Jad loves spending time with family, friends and dog, Phyllo. Staying active and working out regularly are important to Jad, but he is also a huge foodie sand enjoys looking for new restaurants and coffee shops to try!
Personal Statement: “I take pride in my capacity to empathize with and listen to my patients, while also providing evidence-based research to create a comprehensive approach to therapeutic management. I have a passion for treating competitive and recreational athletes in order to help them return to play. I love to see my patients make strides in their rehab process as they work towards, and ultimately return to their lives, pain free.”