Jeffery Andrews grew up in the suburbs of Philadelphia, where he attended the University of the Sciences and received his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. His doctoral thesis involved quantifying microfracture surgery outcomes and patient-reported outcomes, and the team's findings were presented at the 2018 American Physical Therapy Association national conference. Jeffery also holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Temple University in kinesiology.
While still in school, his love for sports took him to the University of Cincinnati for a clinical rotation. There he was exposed to on-the-field care, state-of-the-art treatments, research, and techniques as well as gained experience treating athletes at all levels.
Jeffery currently holds certifications from the National Strength and Conditioning Association and the National Academy of Sports Medicine. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist® (CSCS) as well as a golf fitness specialist (GFS). Along with these certifications, he holds many continuing education certifications in manual therapy in addition to other techniques.
In his spare time, Jeffery enjoys playing golf, cycling, and watching all Philadelphia sports teams.