Jacon ChunPT, MPT, SCS, ATC, CSCS
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Jacon Chun is the Clinic Director of the Round Rock location.
Jacon received his Bachelors in Human BioDynamics from the University of California at Berkeley and his Masters of Physical Therapy from Samuel Merritt University. He has been a practicing clinician since that time and is a Board Certified Sports Clinical Specialist (SCS). He is also a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) through the National Athletic Trainer’s Association (NATA) and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. (NSCA). He has worked with a wide array of patients from weekend warriors, to seniors, to professional athletes.
Jacon is a transplant to the Austin area after owning and operating his own private practice in the San Francisco Bay Area from 2007-2017. Before starting his own physical therapy clinic, he worked in the Sports Medicine Department at Stanford University from 2003-2006, helping to treat intercollegiate and Olympic athletes in over 34 different varsity sports. While at Stanford, he had the opportunity to work in a team setting, interacting with coaches, strength and conditioning specialists, and physicians to provide the best care possible to the student athletes. He has also served on the medical staff for the United States Fencing Association and worked with triathletes in beautiful Kailua-Kona, Hawaii training for the Ironman Triathlon.
Jacon is passionate about the profession of physical therapy and the ability to benefit people by helping them to feel better, move better, and perform better. Empowering and educating people to improve their quality of life by possibly avoiding medications or surgery is one of his professional goals. Jacon has been an adjunct faculty member at Samuel Merritt University’s Doctorate of Physical Therapy program and currently serves as Clinical Specialist for AlterG, makers of the Anti-Gravity Treadmill and the Bionic Leg.
When he is not in the clinic, Jacon enjoys spending his spare time having a nice meal with his wife and learning about Disney princesses his three young daughters. With any leftover moments, he enjoys rooting for his Bay Area Sports Teams.
Kristina EilersPT, DPT
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Kristina graduated from Saint Louis University with her Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science and her Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT). After school, she practiced as an orthopaedic physical therapist in the Chicagoland area where she became certified in the evaluation and treatment of vestibular disorders. While working in Chicago, Kristina had the opportunity to treat athletes who sustained concussions, ranging from middle school age to NFL professionals.
Kristina is working towards the goal of obtaining her Orthopaedic Clinical Specialty (OCS), to prevent overuse injuries and promote optimal body mechanics
In her free time, Kristina enjoys playing tennis and other racket sports, which led her to becoming a Certified Tennis Performance Specialist though the International Tennis Professional Association (ITPA) to better treat and prevent tennis specific injuries in her current patients. Since moving to the Austin area, Kristina has been spending time with her family exploring the city, appreciating new restaurants and wineries, and attending sporting events. She continues to be a “die-hard” Chicago Cubs fan through thick and thin!
Zach MeinekePT, DPT
Zach attended Concordia University in Nebraska where he earned his Bachelor’s degree in Biology. Upon graduation, he earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) from Concordia University in Wisconsin. Prior to moving to Austin, he practiced as a physical therapist in the Milwaukee area.
Zach is currently working on his Manual Therapy Certification through Evidence In Motion and plans to pursue his Orthopaedic Specialty certification. Having been raised in a family of educators, Zach is passionate about education and explaining the science behind treatment.
Often described as an avid runner, Zach met his wife running cross country and track during college, and they both continue to train and compete together. Zach has had the opportunity to travel to a variety of cities for races, offsetting travel expenses with prize money after winning. Now, he puts in a lot more miles using a double stroller with his young children who enjoy the outing, competing mostly in local races. With his remaining spare time, Zach loves being with his family and rooting for all his hometown Colorado sports teams.
Aaron WellsPT, DPT
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Aaron Wells graduated from the University of Kentucky with a dual degree of Bachelor’s in Health Science and Master’s in Physical Therapy. He completed his transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy degree and Orthopaedic Residency through Evidence In Motion. He is currently studying to obtain a specialty in orthopaedics and plans to continue his specialization in sports, as well as strengthening and conditioning.
Dr. Wells is committed to providing the highest standard of care and does so by utilizing and evidence-based approach when examining and treating his patients. He believes that it is important to treat the patients as more than a “number” by taking the time to get to know his patients and making a treatment plan according to their needs. Dr. Wells enjoys treating patients of all varieties, ranging from pediatric to geriatric injuries involving the spine, shoulder, knee, hip, ankle, and hand/wrist.
A native Kentuckian, Aaron is passionate about basketball and enjoys rooting for the Kentucky Wildcats with his wife, Anna, and daughter, Claire. He also enjoys staying active by running, weight lighting, and playing basketball. Aaron is very happy to have the chance to serve the needs of the Round Rock community.