IAM provides high quality physical therapy and rehabilitation as part of your treatment plan. We also offer comprehensive biomechanics training, which focuses on the forces muscles and gravity exert on the skeletal structure. This helps prevent injury and enhances sports performance.
After consulting with IAM specialists and your primary care physicians, our licensed physical therapists build a program custom-tailored to your needs.
Teamwork is critical to quality therapeutic care. From initial evaluation through recovery, our therapists maintain an open dialogue with you and every member of your health-care team.
You’ll get personalized, hands-on care during each visit. And you’ll learn first hand how our unique combination of therapy, experience and state-of-the-art equipment will help you quickly resume – and even enhance – your active lifestyle.
We can also provide physical therapy and rehabilitation at a variety of other facilities. Ask our surgical coordinator for a complete list of facilities from which to choose.
Meet Our Physical Therapists
Jessica graduated with a Bachelor of Science with a concentration in Health Science from the University of Michigan-Flint before receiving her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Wayne State University. She specializes in working with a variety of neuromusculoskeletal conditions of all ages, including post-surgical, acute, and sports related injuries. She combines her movement analysis, exercise prescription and manual therapy skills to help her patients achieve their goals. She has a special interest in working with golfers and dancers. Jessica has certifications in Functional dry needling, Applied Functional Science, Hawkgrips, Functional Golf and is TPI certified from the Titleist Performance Institute.
Heather graduated in 2011 with her Bachelors in Health Science and a Minor in Exercise Science before receiving her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Oakland University in 2015. She has experience treating various orthopedic conditions, including post-surgical and sports related injuries for patients of all ages. Heather will implement manual techniques, corrective exercises, modalities, and a safe return to sport plan of care to help restore proper movement patterns which will lead to improved pain and function. She has a Certification in Applied Functional Science (CAFS) and a certification in myofascial cupping to help with lymphatic drainage, trigger point release, stretch reflex modulation, tissue stiffness reduction, and pain modulation. Heather is also ASTYM certified which helps to improve the body’s natural healing response.
AJ graduated in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training from Central Michigan University before receiving his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Wayne State University in 2018. He specializes in working with a variety of neuromusculoskeletal conditions for patients of all ages, including post-surgical, acute, chronic, and sport-related injuries (both recreational and high-level athletes). He is specifically passionate about working with throwers and runners.
AJ is a movement specialist that earned his Fellowship in Applied Functional Science® from the Gray Institute®, which utilizes an understanding of Chain Reaction® biomechanics, looking at how the whole body moves and influences specific injuries, in order to enhance the lives of his patients and assist them in achieving their functional goals.
AJ has certifications in Functional Manual Reaction, Functional Dry Needling, and is OAI certified from the Overhead Athletic Institute. He is a Clinical Advisor, mentoring new-grad PTA’s within the company, and he also previously served as a Teaching Assistant in the PT program at Wayne State University, for the Therapeutic Exercise and Kinesiology/Biomechanics courses, for 3 years.