Matthew Zaudtke, PT, DPT, OCS, ATC, CSCS
Dr. Matthew Zaudtke received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Indianapolis in 2011, majoring in Athletic Training. He worked part-time as an athletic trainer while completing his Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Indianapolis’ Krannert School of Physical Therapy in 2014. Following graduation, Matt completed a one-year orthopaedic residency program through the University of Wisconsin / UW Health Hospital and Clinics. During this time, he worked as a lab assistant for current physical therapy students, completed specialized musculoskeletal training, and presented current research in physical therapy.
In addition to being a certified athletic trainer, Matt currently holds a specialist certification in strength and conditioning and is recognized by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialists as a certified specialist in orthopaedic physical therapy (OCS). In 2018, he obtained his certification as Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) expert.
He works with a wide variety of patient populations with specialized experience in athletic injuries, sports performance, neck pain, back pain, and lower extremity injury. Matt enjoys incorporating a range of individualized treatment techniques including hands-on manual therapy to help people meet their goals. He currently is treating patients are our North Meridian location.
We implement a golf specific assessment of many injuries common to golfers of all ages.
Over the past several years, golf had continued to grow in popularity. This has made golf related fitness and training vital to allow individual to perform at the top of their game. Body One Physical Therapy strives to provide the best service possible to both professionals and amateurs following the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) philosophy. This is why we have developed several programs aimed specifically for our golfers. We are working to help in three phases: rehabbing the injured golfer, keeping players active, and providing fitness and conditioning to prevent future injury.
Performance Ability Testing
Are you ready to take a preventative approach to injuries?
Nothing ruins a team, an athlete’s season, or an individual’s fitness program faster than an injury. At Body One, we believe that advances in sports medicine have given us the ability to understand injury prediction and implement testing programs that can identify an individual’s risk of injury before an injury occurs.