Dr. Paddyson Chidi

Dr. Paddyson Chidi, a native of Dallas, TX, is a graduate of the Texas Tech Health Science Center, where he received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Prior to his post-graduate education, Paddyson attained a Bachelors of Science degree in Microbiology and a minor in Chemistry from the University of Oklahoma. He recently became certified in Dry Needling from the Dry Needling Institute.

During his time at Oklahoma, Paddyson was a member of the Big XII and the NCAA National Championship Football Team of 2000. He played outside linebacker and special teams, and earned the honor of Scout Team Player of the Year in 2002. Paddyson also played in the 2003 NCAA National Championship game as Oklahoma fell short to LSU.

Paddyson’s interest includes sports and fitness, youth mentoring, and volunteering with various organizations in the Atlanta community. He incorporates his love for athletics and a healthy lifestyle into his physical therapy practice.

Paddyson has been a member of the Genesis Sports Medicine family part time since April of 2011, and then full time since April of 2012.

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