Meet Our Team
Donald Felstow, PT, OMPT, CSCS, MS, Owner, Director
1986 Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences – Oakland University
1989 Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy – Oakland University
1995 Graduate Certificate in Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy (OMPT) – Oakland University
1999 Certified as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) – National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA)
2000 Master of Science in Orthopedic Physical Therapy – Oakland University
2019 Concussion Management Specialist
Areas of Interest/Specialties:
Manual Therapy Evaluation and Intervention in Orthopedics including: Spinal and Extremity care.
Orthotic evaluation, fabrication and fitting.
Temporomandibular Dysfunction (TMD)
Graston-Augmented Soft Tissue Mobilization
APTA and MPTA member
Orthopedic Section member of APTA
Licensed PT State of Michigan
Romeo Chamber of Commerce
Throughout my life and education I have always had an interest in the medical sciences and after many years of researching the multitude of medical professions, I decided to become a Physical Therapist. The field of physical therapy not only embodies my interest in medical sciences but also integrates my interest in sports and my deep desire to help people. I have been in practice since 1989, and I have been blessed with an extremely rewarding career. I have had the honor and opportunity to treat an incalculable number of patients with whom I have directed and facilitated their recovery, and I have helped them to “live life well”. I am passionate about the profession of Physical Therapy and our vision of an autonomous, evidence based, doctorate profession. I strive for excellence in both personal and professional endeavors, and I maintain the highest level of integrity in all my relationships with family, friends, employees and patients.
I began my journey with HealthQuest in 2006 simply because our mission and philosophy were in alignment. I look forward to continuing to grow with HealthQuest and the opportunity to contribute to the future of the Physical Therapy profession