Jon Lamb, MS, PT, CMTPT
Jon Lamb is a father of two children and husband to his beautiful wife Brittney. Their family currently resides in Hoover, Alabama. He is very active in his church as a deacon, Sunday School teacher, participating in missions, and serving on the Mission Committee. He and his wife are particularly involved in local missions as well as missions in Asia, Tanzania and Kenya. He is currently a member of the Board of Directors for the Anza Imani Rescue Foundation. For more information on this organization, go to: http://anzaimani.org/.
Jon graduated with honors from the University of North Georgia Physical Therapy Program (Master's degree) in 1998 and received his undergraduate degree (BS) with honors from Abilene Christian University in 1995. He has been practicing within the greater Birmingham area since 1998. During his time as a therapist, he has been published in peer-reviewed journals and has been involved with ongoing research in the field of Physical Therapy. He has also lectured at local and national Physical Therapy continuing education events. He has served as an associate professor at Jefferson State Physical Therapy Assistant Program and as a Clinical Instructor for Physical Therapy Programs at UAB, South Alabama, Alabama State and other southeastern PT Programs. He has also served as the Chairman of the Advisory Committee for the Jefferson State Physical Therapy Assistant Program. Jon received his certification in dry needling through Myopain Seminars (http://myopainseminars.com/) and is a Certified Myofascial Trigger Point Therapist (CMTPT). While practicing as a Physical Therapist, Jon's focus has been on manual therapy for musculoskeletal injuries and dysfunctions, as well as post-operative rehabilitation. He has had extensive experience with sports injuries with professional, semi-professional, collegiate, high school, and middle school athletes. Jon has been providing Physical Therapy services to the McCalla - Bessemer community since 2003.