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DR. DAVID LEE
David is an orthopedic expert with concentrated experience in musculoskeletal conditions of the ankle, knee, hip, spine, neck, shoulder, elbow, and wrist. He attended the University of St. Augustine, where he earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2011 and later completed the eight Manual Therapy Certification courses.
In his time away from the clinic, David has a very active lifestyle. He coaches CrossFit, runs Spartan Races/Tough Mudders, and paddleboards.
Fun fact: David aspires to be a competitive eater. Ask him how many Chicken McNuggets he’s eaten in one sitting. You’ll be impressed (and disgusted)!
DR. TEO BUZAS
Dr. Teo Buzas is passionate about health and wellness. Driven by his desire to help people and provide care, he excels at unlocking performance and unlocking people.
Prior to relocating to Florida, he was practicing in sports medicine at the University of Michigan. He pursued a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Oakland University. After graduating in 2013, he continued his pursuit of knowledge and skills in orthopedics and manual therapy by getting the Graduate Certificate in Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy. This program provides advanced theoretical and clinical training emphasizing differential diagnosis and manual therapy procedures. His goal is to help clients be the best version of themselves. He enjoys using his advanced background and experience to help people perform at an optimal level and reduce their risk of injury.
Dr. Buzas is excited about partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal potential.
When not working Dr. Buzas can be found spending time with his wife and two children, staying active, and reading a book with a cup of coffee.
Originally from Newport Beach, California, Ted spent his formative years as a professional surfer before earning his degree in Computer Internet Networking from Coastline College. He spent several years chasing waves in Hawaii, Fiji, Costa Rica, and Australia until a knee and back injury made him think he would never be active, let alone surf, ever again.
After multiple attempts to repair his injury failed, Ted regained his strength and motor ability through physical therapy. He became passionate about the power of physical therapy, driving him to share his experience.
Today, Ted serves as the Office Manager for Bridging the Gap. When Ted’s not at the clinic, he’s spending time with his wife, enjoying a UFC fight, or surfing the East and West coasts of Florida.
Fun fact: Ted has visited Tahiti over thirty times because his father started the Tahitian tourist industry and built some of the first hotels and airports there in the ’80s.