I joined HealthQuest in 2008 after my husband became ill where I was the director in Clinton Township. I take pride in having a caring and compassionate approach to the treatment of each of my patients. My goal is to increase awareness of and provide specialized treatment in pediatric, neurological, and women's health physical therapy.
Category: Clinton Township
Education:2014, Bachelor of Science (Minor in Exercise Science), Oakland University2016, Associate of Applied Science, Baker College Advanced Training/Certifications: Bloodflow Restriction Training (BFR)Cupping Certified Personal Trainer (National Academy of Sports Medicine) Areas of Interest/Passions:Sports InjuriesPre & Post Surgery CareOrthopedics (Specifically – Low Back Pain, Knee, Shoulders) Memberships/Licensures:APTA MemberPhysical Therapist Assistant (PTA) Licensure Biography:My interests in Physical
Education: 2016 Bachelors of Science-Biology, University of Detroit Mercy2019 Doctorate of Physical Therapy, University of Michigan-Flint Areas of Interest/Passions: PediatricsSports Injuries and RehabilitationPost-Surgical careGeneral Orthopedics Memberships/Licensures:APTA MemberLicensed PT state of Michigan Biography: Growing up I always thought I would be a teacher. I started my first year at the University of Detroit Mercy in the
During my own rehabilitation was when I fell in love with physical therapy and realized it was the career for me. I graduated from Hillsdale College in 2014 and was accepted into Oakland University’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program. During my clinicals at Oakland, I had the opportunity to work in a variety of settings including acute care, an outpatient neurological setting and two outpatient orthopedic clinics including HealthQuest. During my clinical at HealthQuest, I was very impressed with their patient centered approach and the quality of care provided to patients and knew it was a perfect fit for me to start my career.
A career day at our high school during that time was held with special guest speaker Ed Martel discussing the field of Physical Therapy, and I was hooked on PT from that very day. As a former collegiate baseball player, staying involved with sports and baseball, in particular, lead me to pursue a career with HealthQuest and the Overhead Athletic Institute. I was able to spend my last clinical experience as a student at Grand Valley State University with HealthQuest, where I was able to learn a tremendous amount from all of the physical therapists here. I was lucky enough to be hired after that clinical experience and become part of the HealthQuest family.
I had the pleasure of being placed within a HealthQuest for clinical rotation in school. I gained additional knowledge and techniques to increase my skills as a clinician. The environment was warm and welcoming and so were the patients. I enjoyed hearing about each unique story and witnessing their successful outcomes. HealthQuest is involved in their communities and upholds a positive reputation, which is why I am honored to be part of a team that allows me to grow and develop as a clinical in helping others live well.