THE CREW

A FAMILY OF PROFESSIONALS

WORKING TOGETHER.

201 is a family of professionals working together to give a patient or client hope. At 201, we allow our team to express themselves creatively as a team or as individuals. This allows us to help our patients create their own path to recovery.

WHO WE ARE

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ANDY GLIDEWELL
Physical Therapist
Athletic Trainer
Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist

PHYSICAL THERAPIST, ATHLETIC TRAINER

ORTHOPAEDIC CLINICAL SPECIALIST

ANDY GLIDEWELL

 

Andy’s passion for physical therapy was ignited during his recovery time after an injury in junior high football.  From that point on, he has focused his time, energy, and resources into obtaining the knowledge and skills required to become a top physical therapist in the nation.

After graduating with his bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training and his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Arkansas State University, Summa Cum Laude, Andy and his wife, Brittany, moved to Fayetteville for the love of the outdoors and new adventures.  Andy’s holistic, evidence-based approach to therapy is changing lives and inspiring recovery every single day.  His expertise in sports medicine has afforded him the opportunity to work and travel with Olympic athletes. 

Whether it be the everyday dad trying to get back to coaching little league baseball, or a full-time professional sprinter, Andy uses his unique gifts to help every individual reach his or her goals and live the life of their dreams.  

ATHLETIC TRAINER

JEREMY BRAZIEL

 

Jeremy received his Bachelor’s of Science in Athletic Training from Oklahoma State University before performing his graduate work at Ohio State University.  Jeremy has also worked in both collegiate and professional athletics for an extensive period before joining our team at 201.  Jeremy also has many advanced certifications in functional movement screening, golf fitness, and junior development as well as lecturing in numerous environments on the topics related to overhead athletic injuries and rehabilitation.

Jeremy adds a dimension to our team that is unique to today’s healthcare model.  He utilizes an approach, proven successful to athletic populations, in the treatment for those in the general public.  Jeremy’s approach to biomechanical retraining and functional movement has been very beneficial for all populations dealing with injuries.  Many patients have been able to resume normal activity without surgical intervention based on a specialized exercise program to fit their needs.  An evidence based approach that has been organically combined with his collegiate and professional experience enables Jeremy to offer a very exclusive and personalized approach to each patient.

STRENGTH COACH

ADAM TAYLOR

 

Adam Taylor, a former Division 1 strength coach who has worked with some of the best athletes in the world, joined Dr. Wes Cox five years ago to help develop his vision for helping people train and recover at all levels.  During this time, their philosophy grew into what has become 201: Train, Recover, and Move.

I wanted to start  helping younger athletes prepare for advanced levels of competition.  Through my experiences and vision, I was able to develop my own philosophy to help my clients prepare physically and mentally on and off their fields of play.  Starting with athletes at a young age, it gives me an opportunity to develop a core foundation for their fitness and gives them a solid baseline for future success.  For the more experienced athlete, I have been able to use my past experiences and continued education to develop training protocols that are individualized for their sport and skill level.

 

My goal is to provide a positive environment that allows each person to leave better than they arrived.  I look forward to making you better!

Adam Taylor, a former Division 1 strength coach who has worked with some of the best athletes in the world, joined Dr. Wes Cox five years ago to help develop his vision for helping people train and recover at all levels.  During this time, their philosophy grew into what has become 201: Train, Recover, and Move.

I wanted to start  helping younger athletes prepare for advanced levels of competition.  Through my experiences and vision, I was able to develop my own philosophy to help my clients prepare physically and mentally on and off their fields of play.  Starting with athletes at a young age, it gives me an opportunity to develop a core foundation for their fitness and gives them a solid baseline for future success.  For the more experienced athlete, I have been able to use my past experiences and continued education to develop training protocols that are individualized for their sport and skill level.

 

My goal is to provide a positive environment that allows each person to leave better than they arrived.  I look forward to making you better!

STRENGTH COACH

ADAM TAYLOR

PHYSICAL THERAPIST

ANDREW SCHWEEN

 

Andrew moved to Fayetteville in 2012 to attend the University of Arkansas after falling in love with the city, culture, and Hog fandom. During his undergraduate studies, Andrew discovered 201 was looking for passionate students to learn under a skilled, multidisciplinary team as physical therapy techs. Andrew worked for the 201 therapy team until he graduated with his bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology in 2016. 

 

Andrew completed his Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree at South College, graduating Cum Laude. Despite being away, Andrew couldn’t shake his desire to return to his colleagues at 201. After completing a 6-month internship with 201, Andrew was thrilled to join the staff as a Physical Therapist.

 

Andrew utilizes evidence and manual-based practice in his patient treatment, with an emphasis on treating the individual patient; not the diagnosis. The patient’s personal goals are his own; from rehabbing a shoulder surgery to returning to competitive athletics. 

 

When not in the clinic, you’ll find Andrew on the NWA jogging trails with his wife Alyssa and 2 dogs, drinking a beer from a local brewery, or stuck in a sand trap on a golf course.

CLINIC ADMINISTRATOR

BLAKELEY KNOX

 

My first interactions with 201 was as a patient and after months of sarcasm, sweat, and fun, I was discharged.. but I loved 201 so much I didn’t want to leave. Lucky for me, there was an opening on the team at the time and they gave me the opportunity to join 201 professionally.

 

After having such a positive experience as a patient, it was easy to jump at the opportunity to work with them!

It’s the perfect example at how serious the team is about investing into each individual that walks through their doors. Now I’m able to help others have the same patient experience I had. I look forward to helping you make 201 your home for recovery and training just as it’s been for me! 

PHYSICAL THERAPIST, ATHLETIC TRAINER

CERTIFIED STRENGTH & CONDITIONING SPECIALIST

CODY LEMMONS

 
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Originally a native of Memphis, TN, Cody moved to NWA in 2014. Even though education and opportunities have pulled him away, his heart is home in NWA. His interest in sports medicine began in college when a work study opportunity opened with the soccer and football athletic training staff. Ever since he has continued to grow his knowledge and skills in order to deliver unique patient experiences.

 

A diverse portfolio of education, mission trips, internships and opportunities have blessed him with the skills to change patients’ lives. Cody graduated as a dual major with his Bachelor’s of Science in Exercise Science and Bachelors of Arts in Spanish from the University of Tennessee – Martin in 2012. He continued his education in Fayetteville, AR and graduated with a Master’s degree in Athletic Training in 2016. His most interesting opportunity was completing his sports medicine clinical at ESPN Wide World of Sports in Orlando, FL. Cody has experience with orthopedic physicians in clinical practice, which further developed his knowledge from a physician’s vantage of patient care. He completed his Doctorate in Physical Therapy at the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in 2019.

 

You would likely see Cody on the trails training for his next race or trying to stay out of the rough on the golf course. Win, lose or draw, you may also catch him calling those Hogs at Razorback games with his better half Michelle and retriever, Rebel.

PHYSICAL THERAPIST

MEAGHAN DAYTON

 
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Meaghan’s mission to help others overcome obstacles stems from her personal experience and resilience.  She drives her patients to work hard and is passionate that they meet and exceed their goals.  Nothing is more important to her than overcoming obstacles and seeing patients succeed.

 

Meaghan graduated from the University of Arkansas with a degree in Kinesiology in 2012. After receiving her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, she completed an Orthopedic Residency at Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital and a fellowship in Sports and Orthopedic Manual Therapy.  Her goal is to help others live their lives to the fullest by addressing each individual’s needs. 

 

By analyzing movement, strength and/or mobility imbalances, training history and activity level, Meaghan will guide you down the road to recovery. She will create a long-term plan for optimal health and fitness to reduce the risk of future injury and allow you to reach your potential. 

 

When she is not pushing others to get better, she is pushing herself in CrossFit, watching Razorback athletics, and hanging out with her dog Sooie. 

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