Meet Our Team
Dana Hall, PTA
2014 Bachelor of Applied Health Science, Exercise Science minor – Oakland University
2014 Associates of Applied Health Science Physical Therapist Assistant – Macomb Community College
Areas of Interest/Specialties:
Sports Rehab and Training
Neurological Conditions – Parkinson’s disease
Graston-Augmented Soft Tissue Mobilization
Soft Tissue Injury Rehab
Strength and Conditioning
Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant, State of Michigan
My interest in physical therapy started when I was a young teen. My Mom had to overcome both physical and health obstacles and I had the opportunity to observe many avenues of therapy and rehabilitation. I personally felt the incredible impact that physical therapy can have on an individual and their family’s life. Having a career in the health care field has always been a goal of mine. The ability to help others and promote lifelong fitness/wellness is something I am very passionate about.
I have been very active throughout my life, playing softball and volleyball growing up. The mechanics of the body, muscles and the effect of injuries has always interested me. I welcome the opportunity to teach people proper movement patterns and body mechanics that will carry-over into leading a healthier lifestyle. I love the variety that the physical therapy field has to offer. My undergraduate education at Oakland University and continued specialty training through Macomb’s PTA Program provided me with a vast knowledge base and skill set. I look forward to continuing my professional development with the HealthQuest team!
In like to spend my spare time with family and friends. I am an avid concert goer and music lover. I enjoy the outdoors, whether it is going for long runs or relaxing in the sunshine on the lake. Exercise and fitness are great personal interests of mine, staying healthy is very important to me. My desire to increase my knowledge and skill set within all areas of my profession grows each day. I look forward to providing quality care for years to come.