Zane Ochs is a physical therapist in Wichita, Kansas with 7+ years of experience serving a variety of patient populations including outpatient orthopedics, acute care, home health, as well as sports and functional fitness athletes. Zane received a BA in Exercise Science from Wichita State University in 2010 and a DPT from Washington University in St. Louis in 2013. Zane achieved Orthopedic Clinical Specialist status from the APTA in 2015 and Fellowship status from the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists in 2018. He was a poster presenter at APTA’s Combined Sections Meeting in 2018 for a case study detailing the management of costochondral pain, and a platform presenter for KPTA’s fall conference in 2020 covering diagnosis and management classification systems for patients with low back pain. Zane received the Outstanding Clinical Service award from the KPTA in 2019 and served as a volunteer physical therapy provider for the Wichita State University alumni team, The Aftershocks, in The Basketball Tournament in 2019. Zane has served the Kansas Physical Therapy Association as a member of the research committee since 2015 and as a chapter delegate from 2018-2019. Zane has served in a variety of roles with the DPT program at Wichita State University including as a clinical educator, adjunct faculty member, and a member of the academic advisory committee.