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Assess limitations in range of motion in common areas of pain.
Identify ideal full range of motion in common areas of pain.
The best next steps to alleviating common areas of pain most people miss.
Dr. Jeremy Paster PT, DPT
Dr. Jeremy founded Game Changer Physical Therapy to change the current landscape of healthcare. With education as a founding principle, he has created an environment conducive to learning and strives to provide a deeper understanding of your symptoms and how to address the underlying cause.
Committed to a patient-centered approach, Dr. Jeremy is committed to eliminate long-lasting symptoms without the overuse of pain killers and unnecessary surgical interventions. Dr. Jeremy is dedicated to the long-term success of Game Changer's patients. He offers completely individualized 1-on-1 sessions, treating one person per hour. Dr. Jeremy maintains communication well after your last session to ensure continued progress.
Dr. Jeremy is dedicated to a lifetime of learning through continued education courses, as well as broadening his knowledge on interdisciplinary approaches. With a deeper understanding of the complexity of the human body, he offers a unique and innovative approach to rehab.
Dr. Jeremy provides easy access to educational content and in-person workshops throughout Monmouth County. His goal is to provide the community with valuable information to help them stay healthy and continue doing the things they love pain-free.
Having grown up in Marlboro, NJ, Dr. Jeremy played baseball for Marlboro High School where he had the privilege of returning as an Assistant Coach in 2019. He later earned his Bachelor's in Biology while playing collegiate baseball at Ramapo College before moving on to receive his Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA.
Dr. Jeremy has been afforded the opportunity to work with a wide range of patients throughout his career. Dr. Jeremy has worked with NFL, MiLB, Olympic, NWSL, WTA, collegiate and youth athletes of all major sports, weekend warriors and individuals with chronic, recurring pain.