Meet Our Team
Bill Bean, MS, PT, OCS, FAAOMPT, CSCS, Owner, Director
1984, Bachelor of Science (Physical Therapy), Oakland University (BS)
1998, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)
2000, Masters of Science (Physical Therapy), Oakland University (MS)
Orthopedic Clinical Specialists (OCS)
Fellow of the American Academy of Manual Physical Therapists (FAAOMPT)
Areas of Interest:
Licensed Physical Therapist, State of Michigan
APTA (American Physical Therapy Association) Member
NSCA (National Strength and Conditioning Association) Member
I was one of those people who was lucky enough to make the right guess when I was graduating high school and trying to figure out what I wanted to do with the rest of my life. I knew that I loved science and was always intrigued with the human body and how it all worked. I did some homework and looked at some of the professions that I thought fit my interests. I thought that being a physical therapist sounded perfect. I went to PT school at Oakland University and to this day can’t think of a better occupation. I still love what I do and can’t imagine doing anything different.
After my first few years of getting experience and learning the basics of the profession, I started on a course of specialization in orthopedic physical therapy. I went through the OMPT (Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy) program. It was a great experience. Very intense learning with some of the most respected leaders of orthopedic physical therapy in the world. People like Olaf Evejnth and Freddie Kaltenborn were my actual teachers. I still marvel at the fact that I was lucky enough to spend many hours in the classroom being taught by the worlds premier manual therapists.
After I finished my OMPT training, I went through the Masters in Science in Orthopedic at Oakland University , finishing it in 2000.
I feel so fortunate to have made the choices that I did when I was just a high school senior. I love the career that I have and still have the same enthusiasm and interest in it as I did the day that I first started practicing. If I went back to start again, with the knowledge that I now have, I would not change one thing.
I am also very fortunate to have a wonderful family. My wife Wilma, my boys Jacob and Brandon are my other passion. I have had such a blast watching my boys grow into the great young men that they are today. I am very proud of both of them. I have coached baseball with them for many years and will continue to do so until they hit high school
When not with my family or at work, I enjoy reading, working out at the gym and bike riding as well as woodworking. I also enjoy doing community service such as volunteering at the schools and helping with their athletic programs.