Mark Eddy, PT, CSCS
Mark is the owner and President of Campus Commons Physical Therapy and brings over 26 years of physical therapy experience to the practice. In addition to patient care, he is responsible for the day-to-day operations and business development of Campus Commons PT. As a clinician, Mark has a special interest in manual therapy, spinal mobilization, strength and conditioning, and the patient education component of treatment. Each month Mark will be hosting workshops/wellness lectures at the office and in the community. After earning degrees from UC Davis and University of St. Augustine in Florida, Mark has been in private practice in the Sacramento and Elk Grove communities since 1997. Mark was a Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist (OCS) through the American Board of Physical Therapy for 20 years. He utilizes exercise, manual therapy and patient education as core components of treatment with his patients. "I believe a combination of hard work, dedication and consistency yields success giving our patients the best opportunity to improve function and maximize their quality of life." Outside of the office, Mark loves coaching high school football and spending time with his wife, kids and new puppy.
Zahra Young, PT, DPT
Zahra graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Exercise & Sport Medicine from Western Washington University in Bellingham, Washington. She then went on to get her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington. Zahra strives to help her patients return to the activities that they are missing in their lives, be it gardening, washing their hair, or returning to basketball without pain. Her background in the competitive sports of wrestling, track, and rugby in Seattle give her a first-hand knowledge of the physical and mental needs to get back in the game. Being new to the Sacramento Area in her spare time she is exploring the area, learning more about California, starting horseback riding lessons, and acclimating to working out in the heat.
Joe McIntire, PT, DPT
Joe graduated from California State University, Chico with his Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology. He later went on to complete his Doctorate of Physical Therapy at the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in San Marcos, CA. Joe's passion for treating the movement system derived from his love for sports. Growing up he played baseball, football, wrestling, and golf. He played two years of junior college baseball before dedicating himself to his studies in physical therapy. Joe takes a holistic approach to rehabilitation when developing a plan with you as a patient to optimize your function and achieve your goals in order to live a fulfilling life. He utilizes a movement-based approach along with providing manual therapy techniques, pain education, and addressing any other potential life-style factors that may be inhibiting you from reaching your full potential. In his free time, Joe enjoys getting outdoors, traveling, playing golf, hiking, and walking his two dogs.
Jessica Cordero, PT
Jessica has joined our team after serving in many areas of rehabilitation over the years. Jessica has focused her attention on the geriatric population providing rehab care in post-acute and outpatient settings. She is certified in fall prevention training as well. Jessica possesses strong manual therapy skills and is knowledgeable in implementing modalities and techniques such as myofascial release, Kinesiology taping and Graston. When not working Jessica enjoys exploring new restaurants, small towns, wine tasting, nature especially water, listening to music, reading and spending time with family and friends.
Jack Nelson, PT
Jack has been practicing physical therapy for 25 years, primarily in orthopedic settings. He earned his Athletic Trainer's Certification (ATC) via Santa Clara and Stanford Universities in 1995. He successfully completed the prestigious post graduate Folsom Physical Therapy Long Term Course in Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy in 2000, and earned his Orthopedic Certified Specialty (OCS) in 2005. Jack works with each patient and tailors each treatment plan specific to the needs of that patient. This can include manual therapy, therapeutic exercise, body mechanics, ergonomic analysis, physical modalities, or any combination thereof. In his spare time, he enjoys playing soccer, indoor soccer, softball, martial arts, playing pinball, walking his dog, Fergus, on the American River Trail, and spending time with his two sons.
Our Support Staff are all college graduates pursuing careers in physical therapy.