Jake treats all orthopedic injuries with a focus on the treatment and prevention of sport related injuries. He is committed to providing patients with the best possible care to help them get back to an active lifestyle. His approach is to combine manual therapy including soft tissue and joint mobilization with flexibility, strength, and postural training to help patients return to the activities they enjoy.
Jake Specializes in:
Orthopedic Certified Specialist, Certified Manual Physical Therapist, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
B.S Exercise Science with Honors - University of Iowa (2000)
M.S. Physical Education/Sport Management - Florida State University (2004)
Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) - University of Iowa (2008)
University of Iowa Football Strength and Conditioning: 2000-2001
Florida State University Strength and Conditioning: 2001-2003
Performance Therapies, Coralville, IA: 2008
American Physical Therapy Association, National Strength and Conditioning Association
Facility Manager - McFarland Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine, Somerset
Director of Strength and Conditioning - Gilbert High School, Gilbert, IA
Strength training, Basketball, Running, Water sports
Lives in Ames with wife Lindsey and three daughters: Aubrey, Elise and Charlotte
Chirs Moir is currently completing his master's education in Motor Control and Motor Learning at Iowa State University after completing his bachelor's degree in Exercise Science in May 2019, also at ISU.
His previous strength and conditioning experiences include working as an intern for the Iowa State Cyclones football strength staff in 2018 and working as an assistant coach for the Gilbert H.S. strength program before taking over the Gilbert M.S. strength program in March 2019.
As of summer 2021, Chris has begun designing and implementing the first strength and conditioning program for the First Strike Tennis Academy in Ames.