Patrick Everett

Patrick Everett received his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Maryland, College Park in 2011. Immediately following his undergraduate work, he was accepted into a dual graduate degree program where he earned both his Master’s in Athletic Training and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. During graduate school, he had the opportunity to serve both the military population and elite level athletes at the Andrew’s Institute in Gulf Breeze, Florida. Through this experience, Everett realized the impact of physical therapy in the sports clinic environment, giving him direction for his future skills and career. Upon graduating from his doctoral program, he returned to his alma mater to complete his Master’s in Athletic Training while working with the University of Maryland’s men’s soccer and lacrosse teams.

Following graduation in 2015, Everett moved to California and joined the ProSport Physical Therapy team. He is able to apply his extensive knowledge with professional athletics and movement analysis to his patients every day. He and his wife Tiffany reside in Costa Mesa, California. In his free time, he enjoys playing soccer, surfing, snowboarding and coaching his wife through CrossFit and U.S. Olympic weightlifting.

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High Ankle Sprains: Cause, Symptoms, Treatment and Prevention

Introduction A high ankle sprain occurs when the ligaments above and around the ankle (see image below) get damaged or over-stretched. High ankle s...

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