April 4, 2018 - Greg DeFilippo
Greg graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of Notre Dame in 1989. His interest in warmer climates led him to the University of Florida, where he completed a Master’s degree in Exercise Physiology in 1991. As a Gator, he went on to complete their Physical Therapy Program in 1993.?
Once he completed his Physical Therapy degree, he had the opportunity to continue the research on a more clinical basis in San Diego, CA, at the UCSD Spine and Joint Conditioning Center.?
He has also served as an instructor during certification courses involving both MedX and the Cal FCP. He has spoken at several conferences on topics such as the MDRS Clinical Phase System, the use of MedX protocols, and the use of PTAs, ATCs, and EP’s in the physical therapy clinic.?
Although he spent several years traveling to and from California to help develop numerous clinics, Tennessee became his home. He is now the sole owner of East Tennessee Spine & Sport, dedicating all of his time to the continued development of our local network of clinics.?
Greg is the father of three incredible young women. Although he struggles at times with their choice of schools, he is very proud of his two Tennessee Volunteers and his one Kentucky Wildcat. He enjoys hanging out with his daughters when they let him, which is always more enjoyable when that includes sports, some sun, and (of course) fishing.?
Knoxville Breakfast Rotary 2016-2017 Club Annual Report
President Michael Holober is proud to publish this year's Club Annual Report. It details all of the efforts of club members during the 2016-2017 Rotary Year.
Click on this LINK to read the report.
Here is a quick overview of Why Rotary?
Blue Grass Elementary School Workday - July 30, 2016
World Rotary Day - February 27, 2016. Watch the video to see the work that the seven Knoxville Rotary Clubs accomplished.