Ted Kepros, PT, MPT, MTC
I believe that the best physical therapy understands and adapts to the unique needs of each individual. It begins by learning about your goals – whether you want to push to a higher level of performance, restore mobility, or return to activities you love.
Once I understand what’s important to you, we’ll customize a program just for you – and, if needed, connect you to other trusted experts so you receive the best care possible.
Because I believe when you know better, you do better, education is a cornerstone of my practice. To get the most from therapy, you need to know not just what to do, but why it's right for you and your goals.
For nearly 20 years, I've helped individuals reach their highest potential. My specialties include:
Orthopedic and sports rehabilitation
Spine and Back rehabilitation
I'm passionate about developing athletes of all ages through a combination of prevention, performance and orthopedic physical therapy. My patients include professional athletes in sports ranging from football, baseball, and soccer to golf and running.
Educating Other Experts
I’m also deeply committed to educating others in the field. I’m currently an adjunct faculty member in the University of Iowa physical therapy graduate program, where I was lead instructor from 1997-2003. My teaching experience includes courses for the LPGA and PGA of America and continuing education at the local and national level on knee, shoulder, spine, and sports performance.
I’m a member of the Physical Therapy Assistant Program Advisory Committee at Kirkwood Community College. Other roles have included subject matter expert for the American Physical Therapy Association Orthopedic Section and board member of the Iowa Chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association. In 2019, I became Titleist Performance Institute Certified.
In addition to my master’s degree in physical therapy from the University of Iowa, my training includes advanced certifications in Manual Therapy from the University of St. Augustine and Sportsmetrics (biomechanical training) from Cincinnati Sports Medicine. To provide my patients with a range of options, I regularly research new developments, technologies, and out-of-the-box solutions.