Dr. Jude is a Board Certified Chiropractor and Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner.
He earned double degrees in Physical Therapy at Indian River State College and Athletic Training at the University of Florida. Upon graduation, he practiced Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine in skilled-nursing facilities and at UF’s Student Health Care Center.
Dr. Jude vividly remembers the moment his passion for Chiropractic Medicine began. It was 2012 and a PT patient of his, who suffered from chronic low back pain, had gone away for the summer. When she returned, her pain was gone. As it turns out, she had seen a chiropractor. Dr. Jude had to know more.
A few years later, he graduated from the prestigious Palmer College of Chiropractic, and later completed his post-graduate training with Functional Medicine University.
Dr. Jude also had the pleasure of teaching Anatomy and Physiology and Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries as an adjunct faculty member at University of Florida’s College of Health and Human Performance, as well as advising and mentoring students.
He takes a holistic approach when consulting with patients, and understands that symptoms are often an indication of other issues within the body that need attention and care.
Dr. Jude's knowledge of human anatomy from his background in PT combined with his functional medicine training equip him with an integrated and all-encompassing perspective that few other chiropractors possess.
Ever since he was a child, Gregory Cotes thought he wanted to be a doctor. It wasn’t until he discovered economics and the business side of health at University of Florida as a pre-med undergrad that he realized he was more interested in the social science of healthcare versus medical science.
He graduated in 2014 with a degree in Health Education, with a focus on helping people make healthier lifestyle decisions so they can achieve optimal health. He also studied other factors that affect our health, such as socioeconomic conditions and access to care, which allowed him to understand how he can not only help others, but help others help themselves.
Greg went on to earn his Master’s at UF in Health Administration so he could widen his impact. (As a first generation college student, this was a big deal.) He knew he wanted to apply his expertise not just in a 1:1 setting as a health educator, but to a larger audience, whether that was a hospital or an entire community.
For the last 5 years Greg has worked on operations, project management, and strategic business planning at multiple South Florida hospitals, most recently at St. Mary’s Medical Center in West Palm Beach, FL. He’s involved with Cystic Fibrosis Foundation: Palm Beach Florida Chapter and co-chairs Palm Beach County Medical Society’s Heroes in Medicine, an annual event spotlighting Individuals and organizations in Palm Beach County that provide outstanding service to meet the needs of people in the local, national and/or global community.
On a personal level, Greg enjoys cooking, entertaining, and being outdoors, particularly at the beach.
Greg connected with Dr. Jude in 2011 through Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA), an organization he’d been active in since middle school and which he credits with his initial professional development. They hit it off immediately. He’s looking forward to helping HOUSECALLSPINEDOCTOR.COM, LLC thrive and the significant difference will make in the lives of its clients.
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In this crisis, our first priority is the safety and well-being of those we work with and serve including our patients, employees/contract, and partners. For that purpose, we have proactively instituted enhanced cleaning protocols in offices, adopted social distancing, and enforce remote visits whenever possible in accordance with regional and national recommendations.
While maintaining focus on keeping everyone safe, we are continuing business operations and at the current time, are able to fulfill existing visits and accept new patients reliably.