Steffan Ihegboro PT, DPT

A life-long athlete, Dr. Ihegboro grew up in Arlington Texas, where he played soccer, football and track & field; the first two are his favorites. Having played a different sport each season, he has a “no time for down time” philosophy that emphasizes the need to keep the body ready to roll.

During his undergraduate studies at Texas Tech, he moonlighted at various PT clinics where he worked with high-level athletes and discovered a passion for sports medicine. A self-described “anatomy geek,” while pursuing his doctorate, Dr. Ihegboro served as an anatomy lab instructor where he taught undergraduates the ins and outs of human anatomy.

Dr. Ihegboro loves working with motivated athletes at any stage. He is especially passionate about working with middle school and high school youth to craft and refine their skills. He believes in teaching people how to listen to their bodies and leading the exploration of how each body part should work. Dr. Ihegboro finds value in the whole body as an interconnected system and doesn’t like to play favorites, but he does gravitate towards treating knee pain and knee injuries.

Dr. Ihegboro holds a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Texas State University, San Marcos. He is pursuing a fellowship in the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists with an anticipated completion date in early 2o22. He is a graduate of Texas Tech University.

Outside of Mondo, Dr. Ihegboro runs, hikes and lifts weights. He loves to test out new fitness challenges with friends.