Casey Epstein is the Clinical Director for JAG-ONE Physical Therapy’s NoHo location, the first in our multi-disciplinary approach with HealthQuarters.
Casey earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Miami in 2014, with a major in Exercise Physiology and his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Medical University of South Carolina in 2019.
In the course of his education and training, Casey was also a Visiting Scholar at the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research at North Shore LIJ Hospital, where he worked in the award winning Orthopedic Laboratory of Dr. Daniel Grande, concentrating on Stem Cell Enhanced Orthopedic outcomes and at the Andrews Institute at Baptist Park-Nine Mile, where he worked with renowned Orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews and his entire multidisciplinary medical team.
Whether he’s working with a highly skilled athlete, weekend warrior or patient looking to address a nagging injury or battle the effects of aging, he believes that regularly exercising the body and mind results in a more fulfilling daily existence and that movement is the key to a longer, happier life. Mindful of the time and effort it takes for a patient to regularly receive physical therapy; he strives to make every visit worthwhile and challenging, but equally enjoyable.
A college ice hockey player, competitive golfer and all around sports enthusiast, Casey has watched athletes of all levels and ages struggle with physical limitations that either hindered their ability to reach their potential, or in many cases, sidelined them altogether, eliminating both the physical and social benefits that they’d previously enjoyed.
To enable him to specifically address golf and rotation related impairments and injuries, Casey completed additional, post-doctoral studies with the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI), where he earned the designation of Medical 2 Certified. TPI has devised a method used by many of the top golf professionals in the world that Casey applies across the full spectrum of sports, addressing physical limitations and technique together to produce better results and enable an athlete to proactively avoid or recover from injury.
Although a piece of his heart will always remain in Charleston, Casey now resides back in New York, where he was born and raised. When he’s not working, you can find him on a golf course, at a hockey rink or a country music concert and in the summers, with his toes in the white sands of Atlantic Beach, NY.