Mark Eddy, PT, OCS, CSCS
Mark is the owner and President of Campus Commons Physical Therapy and brings over 20 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 is certified as a Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist (OCS) through the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties and as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He utilizes various manual therapy techniques, targeted exercise 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 has coached high school football for over 20 years and is active coaching his son’s little league team. Both he and his wife, Tiffany, enjoy spending time watching their kids participate in a variety of sports and activities.
Alex Carrillo, PT, DPT
Alex graduated from the Sacramento State DPT Program in 2017. She enjoys working with patients with musculoskeletal injuries toward success in an orthopedic out-patient setting. She is new to parenthood and enjoys spending time with her family and her big lap dog. She enjoys taking trips to Reno and Tahoe to go on hikes, lounge on the beaches, and take many photos of the scenery.
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Sara Peterson, PT, DPT
Sara graduated from California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo with a Bachelor’s of Science in Kinesiology in May of 2014. She then attended physical therapy school at California State University Sacramento and graduated with a doctorate in October 2017.
Her passion for physical therapy began during a career day at her high school when she got the opportunity to observe a physical therapist assistant. She was amazed at how knowledgeable the therapist was and that seemingly simple movements could be both challenging and produce great improvements in patient’s lives.
Sara grew up in a small country town in Northern California where she gained an appreciation for interpersonal relationships and how each individual uniquely contributes to the community. It is with these values that she approaches her patient care.
In her free time, Sara enjoys dancing, drawing, running, playing with her dog and attending plays.
The areas of physical therapy Sara is fond of are manual therapy and geriatrics because of the level of care and expertise that are required.
Brody Choy, PTA
Constant growth, daily challenge, personal best.
Brody graduated from Sacramento City College PTA program in May of 2015 and passed his NPTE Board Exam in the fall of that same year. Brody has been with Campus Commons Physical Therapy since October of 2015 and has special interests in gait training and residual limb therapies. Brody currently facilitates fall prevention and balance classes at a neighboring Senior Living Community and spear-heads the aquatic therapy program for CCPT. Brody comes from an extensive 30-year fine-dining Food and Beverage management background and will gladly talk about food all day long. His life experiences include managing some of the finest restaurants in Carmel, San Francisco, Singapore, and the Sacramento area, and traveling nearly around the world.
Fun fact – Brody was a television actor and print model in Singapore for two years and is credited in a recent documentary.
Brody is an avid exerciser, loves body weight exercises, and his life dream is to compete on the American Ninja Warrior TV program. Brody is especially adept at motivating and producing positive outcomes and results with his patients.
Tony Cossey, PTA
Tony graduated from the Physical Therapy Assistant program at Sacramento City College in 2017. He worked his way through school, gaining experience in an out-patient rehabilitation facility in El Dorado Hills. Tony enjoys working with orthopedic and neurological populations the most due to the patience and skill required to succeed with those patients. In his free time, Tony enjoys practicing Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and has a great appreciation for art, music and photography.
When it comes to rehabilitation, “I’ve always believed that if you put in the work, the results will come. I don’t do things half-heartedly because I know if I do, then I can expect half-hearted results.”
Our Support Staff are all college graduates pursuing careers in physical therapy.