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Scientific Principles of Sports Rehabiliatation


Michael Ray M.S. , DC:

Dr. Ray earned a M.S. in Exercise Science from the University of South Carolina and worked in cardiology as an Exercise Physiologist before going to Sherman College to obtain his Doctorate in Chiropractic. Upon relocating to Harrisonburg, VA in late 2015 he opened Shenandoah Valley Performance Clinic.  He enjoys working with athletes and aiding them in injury risk management, rehabilitation, and sports performance.  He is also adjunct faculty at James Madison University’s Kinesiology department. Treatment philosophy:  increase functional longevity - meaning to decrease the number of years patients live with pain, disease, and dysfunction thus increasing the number of years they are able to be active and do what they love.  Being a Chiropractor has provided him with an interesting perspective on the world of rehab and further empowered him to focus on interventions that have gone through the rigors of scientific testing. 

Derek Miles DPT:

Dr. Miles is a Physical Therapist at UF Health in Gainesville, Florida.  He earned a B.S. from Clemson University in Biochemistry and worked for a year as a research assistant in genetics lab before returning for a Doctorate in Physical Therapy.  His love of the scientific method carried over to where now Pubmed is still the primary source of information but now instead of an actual lab, a gym serves the purpose.  Upon graduation from UF DPT in 2008 he completed a one year orthopedic residency.  Since, he has practiced at UF with a good mix of the spine and athletic population.  He enjoys hanging around people smarter than himself and luckily Gainesville has afforded him a surplus of that population.  He has been fortunate to have conversations with some of the best pain researchers in the country as well as some minds in philosophy that make any topic an interesting discussion. 

Clinical Athlete Weightlifting Coach Certification

Quinn Henoch, DPT:

Quinn Henoch has a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Indianapolis and is head of sports rehabilitation for JuggernautHQ in Orange County, CA. He is also the founder of, which is a network of health care professionals who understand the performance-based needs of athletes. Quinn played football at the Div 1-AA level at Valparaiso University as a defensive back. Since 2011, he has trained exclusively for the sport of weightlifting, having competed in the 2014 American Open and posting qualifying totals for the 2015 National Championships, as a 77kg lifter. He has also competed in track and field, Crossfit, and powerlifting. Quinn played football at the Div 1-AA level at Valparaiso University as a defensive back.  He has also competed in track and field, Crossfit, and powerlifting.