Upper Extremity Athlete Physical Therapy Fellowship

The strength of our program is reflected by the character and excellence of our fellows.

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Jeremy Harris, PT, DPT, ATC

Jeremy earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training from Baldwin Wallace College and went on to obtain his Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of Pittsburgh.  Jeremy gained experience working with professional athletes as an intern with the Cleveland Indians and Cleveland Browns and as an Intern Physical Therapist and Athletic Trainer at the Cleveland Indians Player Development Complex in Goodyear, Arizona, where he assisted with post-surgical rehabilitating athletes from the major and minor leagues. Jeremy’s current research looks at a new return to sport test after ACL Reconstruction, and he plans to pursue research interests in treatment of the overhead athlete.

Keith Levinson, PT, DPT, SCS

Keith earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology, with a concentration in Exercise Science from SUNY Cortland. Following this, he went on to obtain his graduate Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree from Touro College in Bay Shore, NY. Keith has gained experiences working in a high volume strength and conditioning facility, specializing in baseball athletes. Here, he grew an interest in upper extremity and overhead throwing injuries. He has treated at multiple outpatient physical therapy clinics, dedicating a majority of his time with St. Charles Sports Medicine on Long Island, NY. Keith has earned American Board Certified Specialization in Orthopedics during 2015 and American Board Certified Specialization in Sports during 2016. Keith has also assisted teaching classes at Stony Brook’s Physical Therapy department, located on LI. Prior to his arrival at OSU, Keith provided physical therapy to local athletes throughout Suffolk and Nassau counties, providing sideline care for high school sporting events alongside athletic trainers and sports medicine physicians. At St Charles, as the lead Sports Physical Therapist, he worked closely with physicians, assisting with post-surgical rehabilitation, orthopedic/sport injuries and acute sports screens. Keith has future interests in researching the effects of biologics on sport performance and rehabilitation after injury.

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