Collin Adu, DPT, PHD, MBA, is the president and clinical director of Onesource Sports Neuro Rehab in Lawrenceville and Snellville, Georgia. Dr. Adu is passionate in his belief that patients deserve the highest level of excellence in care and offers expert osteopathic manual therapy at the practice’s offices in Lawrenceville and Snellville.
Dr. Adu earned a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, a Master of Business Administration (MBA), and his Doctor of Physical Therapy from Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia — one of the country’s leading physical therapy graduate-level programs.
Dr. Adu is a geriatric certified specialist (GCS), an esteemed position awarded by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (ABPTS). He is also a spinal manipulation therapist (CERT-SMT), completing his training with the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Therapy. This highly intensive, evidence-based postgraduate fellowship training covers the diagnosis and treatment of spinal conditions and the extremities. Currently, only 1% of therapists are fellowship-trained.
Dr. Adu is also an osteopractor, a clinical designation that’s only been awarded to 200 clinicians worldwide and requires intensive fellowship training. Dr. Adu is also certified in vestibular rehabilitation, dry needling (CERT-DN), and osteopathic manual techniques.
Everyone who sees Dr. Adu appreciates his patience and concern for their well-being. He endeavors to provide his patients with the very best care and give them the information they need to understand their condition and the scientific basis for their treatment.
When he is not managing Onesource Sports Neuro Rehab or treating patients, Dr. Adu likes to spend his time reading, traveling, doing charity work with homeless shelters in the United States and abroad, and above all, being with his wife and three beautiful children.