Lattimore Physical Therapy and Sports Rehabilitation recently opened its 23rd location in Greater Rochester at 3237 Union St., North Chili, in the old John Deere building behind the Post Office.
Lattimore of North Chili offers personal individualized care lead by clinical director Jeremy Sajdak, of Chili.
Sajdak graduated from Churchville-Chili Senior High School in 2007 and D’Youville College in 2015 with a Bachelor of Science in health services management. He holds a master’s certificate in health service administration and Doctorate in Physical Therapy with an advanced certificate in orthopedics.
Sajdak played volleyball and baseball in high school and college. He said he enjoys working with athletes and patients of all ages while using a manual-based treatment approach when treating various orthopedic, neurological and musculoskeletal conditions. These treatments include neck and back pain relief, pre- and post-surgical rehab, orthopedic injuries, arthritis and joint pain, vertigo and vestibular disorders.
“It’s an absolute honor to be serving my hometown and improving the lives of others,” Sajdak said. “We live in a great community that has has maintained a hometown feel. When I began working for Lattimore Physical Therapy, I was fortunate to be welcomed into a work family who shares the same values I have that involves giving back to the community and helping people achieve their full potential. Lattimore demonstrates everything I stand for as a clinician, and it is a dream to have the opportunity to direct a clinic in the same community I grew up in.”
The Lattimore Physical Therapy and Sports Rehabilitation Network was started by John and Cindy Shuman in 1992. Lattimore has locations throughout Monroe, Livingston, Ontario and Yates counties. Visit for information.