Jeanne Williams, PT, DPT, OCS

Doctor of Physical Therapy

Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist

Certified Professional Bike Fitter

USA Cycling Level 3 Certified Cycling Coach

“Chief Human Mechanic”

Jeanne’s 20-plus year professional career has been centered on outpatient orthopedics and sports medicine with a special focus on the treatment of endurance athletes. She has worked with triathletes of all levels, from those doing a sprint triathlon up to multiple Ironman triathletes, competitive cyclists, ultra runners, Cross Fit athletes, and various personal trainers. Jeanne is a certified BikeFit(R)/CyclePoint Level 2 Professional Bike Fitter, meaning she is certified in fitting for all types of bikes, including the special needs for triathlon and time trial bikes. She is also a USA Cycling Level 3 Certified Cycling Coach and is in the process of becoming a USA Triathlon Certified Coach. She became a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist in 2002 and is an American Physical Therapy Association Certified Clinical Instructor. Jeanne has also served on the State Board for the Tennessee Physical Therapy Association.

Jeanne grew up in Evansville, Indiana before coming to Tennessee. As a flute player who trained under the Suzuki teaching philosophy, she decided to attend East Tennessee State University to continue studying Suzuki flute. She relocated to Knoxville in 1996 after PT school in St. Louis. Life with her husband, Brent, 5 kids ranging in age from 13 to 30, and 2 grandsons keeps life busy, but Jeanne also finds time to be an avid cyclist, triathlete, half marathoner and is also training for her first half-distance duathlon (5k run, 56 mile bike, 13.1 mile run).

  • Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science, Magna Cum Laude, East Tennessee State University – 1994
  • Master of Science in Physical Therapy, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis – 1996
  • Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist, American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties – 2002
  • Doctor of Physical Therapy with Distinction, Arcadia University – 2015
  • Professional Level 2 Bike Fitter – certified by BikeFit(R)/CyclePoint
  • USA Cycling Level 3 Certified Cycling Coach

Brent Williams, CDT


Brent is the behind-the-scenes support team for Jeanne and the entire Quest Team. A lifelong cyclist, he rekindled his passion for the activity later in life after a series of health scares and lost 100+ pounds on his personal Quest for health.
Brent serves as Chief Bike Mechanic for Quest CycleTech, holding a USA Cycling Race Mechanic’s License and supporting Quest’s efforts in Sports Medicine by providing technical support for medical bike fitting, neutral support service and cycling service clinics. He is a certified BikeFit(R) Level 2 Professional Bike Fitter, meaning he is certified in fitting for all types of bikes, including the special needs for triathlon and time trial bikes. Brent is one of two founders of the Professional Bicycle Mechanics Association and served as the Vice President and Director of Professional Development for 2016-2017.  In addition to his mechanical work, he speaks on health, cycling and communications excellence.
By day, Brent is President and CEO of Archteva, a Tennessee based architectural support firm. He serves as Chief Tri-Sherpa on weekends when Jeanne is competing. He and Jeanne also try valiantly to keep up with their 5 kids and 2 grandchildren.
  • Appalachian Bike Institute – 2015 
  • USA Cycling Race Mechanic’s License – 2015
  • Vice President & Director of Professional Development, Professional Bicycle Mechanics Association – 2016-2017
  • Professional Level 2 Bike Fitter – certified by BikeFit(R)

Kipster Williams 

Chief Attention Hound

Kipster was the quiet yet wise mind who keeps the rest of the leadership team grounded and focused on providing excellent patient care, by reminding both Jeanne and Brent that there is always an ear to be scratched, no matter how hectic life can be. Sadly, after a long, happy, spoiled life of 15 years, we had to say goodbye to Kipster in 2017. His loving, playful spirit is greatly missed. RIP Kip.