Curt Bazemore PT
Curt Bazemore PT, AT retired is a physical therapist and athletic trainer who had treated patients in the Gwinnett and surrounding areas before moving to the Forsyth County area in mid 2019. Curt has over 40 years experience in treating orthopedic injuries with a special focus on knee, shoulder, back and neck problems. He attended Georgia Institute of Technology on a football scholarship where he earned a B.S. in biology and was a pre-med major. He received his physical therapy degree from Georgia State University in 1977 and became a certified athletic trainer in 1992.
Curt was co-founder and owner of Georgia Physical Therapy, a 12 facility practice in the metro Atlanta area that was instrumental in the development of a sports medicine outreach program to many local high schools and sports organizations. In 1999, he co-founded Quality Sports Training of Georgia, a sports performance training facility dedicated to helping athletes improve agility, speed, and power. Curt has had special training in the McKenzie Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment method of treating Back and Neck pain. He is also is a leader in utilizing functional training in the rehab of his orthopedic patients.
Curt and his wife, Sara, are very active in their community and live in Cumming, GA. He has two children, Jennifer and Brad They attend Browns Bridge Church. In his free time he enjoys sporting events of all kinds, playing golf and spending time with his family. He serves on the Board of Gwinnett County Fellowship of Christian Athletes and remains dedicated to that ministry.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
"After shoulder surgery I was unsure of what to expect with PT. Dr. Nikita Patel worked with me weeks 1-6. She helped me out immensely and I made great progress while working with her. She is knowledgeable and patient. Kristy (the office manager) is also wonderful and made the scheduling and insurance info quite easy. I would recommend to anyone who has rotator cuff surgery. "