Dr. Jeff DeYoung, D.C., C.C.S.P. is a certified chiropractic sports physician, so not only is he very effective at treating your neck, back and related symptoms, he is also very effective and experienced at treating shoulder and upper extremity, as well as lower extremity symptoms and injuries. He uses hands on diversified adjustment techniques, as well as ArthroStim. He also utilizes therapeutic modalities such as muscle stimulation, ultrasound, intersegmental traction and teaches rehabilitative exercises.
Dr. DeYoung graduated from Los Angeles College of Chiropractic in 1991. He became a certified sports physician in 1994 after taking 120 hours of post graduate courses and passing a nationally certified test. Dr. DeYoung had also been certified to perform manipulation under anesthsia in 2002.
SPECIALIZING IN THE TREATMENT OF:
Neck and Back Pain and Stiffness, Headaches, Radiating Arm and Leg Pain, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Rotator Cuff Tendonitis, Tennis Elbow, Hip Pain, Sprained Ankles, Whiplash and other Car Accident related Injuries, Sports Injuries and more.
We will provide you with stretches and exercises designed to improve and restore function whether it be prevention/maintenance care, pre or post operative therapy, or to correct and stabilize spinal or extremity dysfunction. Most exercises are designed in a manner that you are able to continue them at home and do not require any expensive equipment.
We have the ability to utilize Interferential therapy, Russian stimulation, Microcurrent, High volt galvanic and Ultrasound therapy to aid in the treatment of many types of conditions.
INTERSEGMENTAL TRACTION (Roller beds):
Intersegmental traction is very effective at aiding with stiff, tight back conditions and very beneficial for seniors and others who may have osteoporosis.
Prior to returning to Southern California in 2013 and becoming the Medial Director of a multidisciplinary office, Dr. DeYoung had a successful family practice in Gainesville, Georgia for 8 years. Dr. DeYoung established himself in the North Georgia medical community by connecting with various doctor specialties with the purpose of bringing the best possible care to the patient community. Prior to moving to moving to Georgia, Dr. DeYoung was the director of a multidisciplinary practice in Orange County California for five years with an orthopedic surgeon, pain management specialist, neurologist, podiatrist and physical therapist under one roof. He also had a successful family and sports rehabilitation practice in Colorado Springs, Colorado for six years.
Through the years he's worked with professional bodybuilders, pro football and baseball players, PBR riders, Olympic athletes, triathletes, and was involved with the 2014 medical team for the US Open treating the skateboarders and BMX competitors. Currently he is using his knowledge and expereince treating patients in the Austin, Texas area. In his spare time Dr. DeYoung enjoys golfing, mountain biking, hiking, and is a former competitive bodybuilder and continues to workout 5 days a week.
Thomas Cataldo - a graduate of AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine in December 2015, specializing in chronic pain and reproductive system disorders.
In addition to a Masters Degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Thomas holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Hofstra University in New York and is a former certified financial planner.
"I always knew that I would become a health care practitioner but I was unsure of which field was appropriate for me. After discussing the matter with my family chiropractor, when the field of acupuncture was mentioned, I knew intuitively at that time that acupuncture was the right one for me. I immediately pursued my degree and worked without breaks for almost four years to complete the entire process, including medical board tests and licensing requirements."
"I began studying philosophy and world religions in my twenties and I also became fascinated with the world of health and medicine. After being put on the pharmaceutical drug 'wheel' myself after a skiing accident I took it upon myself to use only diet and exercise to cure my pain and was successful after six months of determined hard work, an experience I will never forget."
After having moved from New York after Hurricane Sandy in 2012 Thomas and his wife and two sons now live in Austin, TX, which is where they now call home.