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David Jarecki,PT

Primary Service
  • Physical Therapy
Areas of Interest

Spine treatment, the McKenzie method, Osteopathic Manual Treatment (OMT), the Graston Technique, pediatric physical therapy, lower extremity amputees, shoulders in throwing athletes


Undergraduate: University of Minnesota Duluth
Graduate: College of St. Scholastica

Philosophy of care
“A physical therapist is a skillful facilitator, communicator and motivator of patient recovery. I focus on maximizing function, combining manual skills, exercise, kinesiology, biomechanics and education with the patient playing the most significant role in their recovery through a cooperative role. I want my patients to be actively engaged in participation of their rehabilitation and as more honest and open communication with their rehab professional.”

Why David went into therapy
“I have an admiration for the shared simplicity and complexity of human anatomy and physiology, and I have a strong desire to help people.”

Favorite advice to give patients
“Do your prescribed exercises!”

Duluth, MN

“I enjoy spending time with my wife and grown daughters, do-it yourself projects, fishing and gardening.”

Interesting fact about David
“I have 26+ years of experience in the profession of physical therapy, working both in private practice and for larger institutions. I have treated patients across the age continuum ranging from 2 months to 100+ years of age.”