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Jeff Couchman has one major goal: to see people improve and get them back to doing things they enjoy. That’s the best part of being a physical therapist, he says.

“In high school, I had some experience with physical therapy through family members having knee and back surgery, and a couple of high school friends with sports injuries,” Couchman said. “My mother was a nurse so healthcare was part of the family. When physical therapy was first suggested, I really didn’t know what was involved. Initially, the sports therapy aspect was appealing, but once I graduated, I realized I appreciated a broader range of patients.”

Since then, over the past 27 years, Jeff has gotten his certifications in ASTYM and lymphedema.

Outside of work, Jeff is active in church.


Kansas State University
Wichita State University

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