Interdisciplinary Collaboration for Superior Outcomes
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    Stuart Fife DPT, OCS, CSCS ( Co-founder )

    FNOR co-founder, Dr. Stuart Fife is a highly-experienced, board-certified, Doctor of Physical Therapy with 20+ years of experience in Orthopedic Physical Therapy. He is currently the director of physical therapy and sports rehabilitation for South Eastern Orthopedics (Savannah, GA), including 7 out-patient clinics and 3 hospitals providing, orthopedic surgery, inpatient and outpatient care. He has post-graduate certifications in Manual Therapy, Orthopedic Rehabilitation, Dry Needling and Strength and Conditioning (Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association). Stuart has developed a range of innovative approaches and techniques in integrative rehabilitation of a range of orthopedic conditions including post-operative- and non-operative care and pain management patients. Dr. Fife’s interests in chronic pain, especially post-surgical pain, and the development of more efficient and effective rehabilitation methods, led to his participation in the original project that developed into the FNOR system. Dr. Fife is involved in a number of ongoing research studies in the areas of pain, performance and orthopedic rehabilitation.

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    David George DC, DACNB ( Co-founder )

    FNOR co-founder, Dr. David George is a healthcare professional, educator, researcher and clinician with a uniquely diverse background of training and experience in medical, complementary and alternative (CAM) and medical technology fields. David’s clinical experience, including real-world exposure to a range of clinical environments including rehabilitative, intra-surgical (neuro- and orthopedic surgery), post-surgical (rehab), orthopedic, CAM (incl. chiropractic and acupuncture), emergency medicine and physical therapy led to a broad, experience-driven perspective on the problems (but also opportunities) in modern musculoskeletal and pain rehabilitation. These factors strongly contributed to the realization of the need for a system like FNOR. Dr. George’s experience in clinical neuroscience and neurorehabilitation is owed in large part to his 10+ year experience as a lecturer for the Carrick Institute for Graduate Studies. Dr. George’s current research interests and efforts involve studies exploring the effects of various environmental stimuli and neuromuscular processes on brain function and pain. He is also particularly interested in the role of the peripheral nervous system in chronic pain, in which capacity he is also involved in current, ongoing research.

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    Brett Jarosz DC, DACNB

    Brett has been practicing in Gisborne VIC, Australia since 2008, where he works with some of Australia’s top athletes in the sports of basketball, track & field, tennis and triathlon. He has received his International Chiropractic Sports Science Diploma; Postgraduate Diploma in Sports Chiropractic; and Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board. Dr. Jarosz was awarded Fellowship of the International College of Chiropractors in 2013, as well as the CAA (Victoria) Chiropractor of the Year in 2015. He is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology at The Carrick Institute for Graduate Studies, and a lecturer for the International Federation of Sports Chiropractic, helping teach the Internationally Certified Chiropractic Sports Practitioner program. Dr. Jarosz is also the founder of erepsonline, which began as platform for evidence-based rehabilitation and exercise therapy prescription but has subsequently evolved into a invaluable tool for patient rehabilitation program management as well as a one-of-a-kind field-based outcomes assessment and clinical research tool. Dr. Jarosz plays a significant and active role in the FNOR team, drawing on a rich background in real-world rehabilitation, research, education and high-level participation.

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    Nick Studholme DC, CCSP

    Nick Studholme has maintained an active, rehabilitation-focused, clinical practice in the Boulder/Denver area since 2000. Dr. Studholme’s unique, sought-after skill set has led his practice to be dominated by world-class athletes, including Olympians and Ironman triathletes. He regularly consults with sports programs at the college and professional levels, consulting in the creation of injury-reduction and performance enhancement programs. Clients include a number of professional national and international sports teams. He is currently the team Chiropractor for the Colorado Rapids football team. Dr. Studholme is a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician, a Certified Chiropractic Extremity Practitioner and extensive training in functional medicine and clinical nutrition. Dr. Studholme also has a background in Information Technology. In 2011 Dr. Studholme co-founded and co-developed Spark Motion, a mobile, motion capture application. It represents the gold standard in motion capture and is currently used by the United States Olympic Centers, Professional teams in the NBA, NFL, MLB, EPL as well as colleges around the nation. Dr. Studholme provides valuable input as part of the FNOR leadership team, particularly in the areas of technology integration and highly-effective, modern rehabilitation methods.

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    Jeremy Schmoe

    Dr. Jeremy Schmoe is a highly innovative rehabilitation specialist that draws from a diverse wealth of clinical experience gained from years of clinical experience in the areas of sports and neurorehabilitation. Jeremy’s introduction to FNOR came as a patient and practitioner when after having undergone multiple surgeries and years of failed rehabilitation attempts, he finally achieved relief from a persistent shoulder condition that ended his baseball career. Jeremy brings a wealth of neurorehabilitation experience, particularly in the areas of vestibular and traumatic brain injury rehabilitation (incl. concussion.)

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