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That’s our mission. Plain and simple. We want to help you get back to the activities you love without pain or discomfort.
Aaron is a 4th generation resident of Northern Michigan. He and his wife Deb have twin one year old daughters, Grace and Annie. They also have a black lab named Gus who occasionally acts as the Kalkaska location’s mascot.
Aaron graduated from Kalkaska High School in 2006 before earning his bachelor’s degree in exercise science from Cornerstone University. He received his doctorate in physical therapy from University of Michigan in 2015, and completed a fellowship in Applied Functional Science from the Gray Institute in 2016. He has served in the Traverse City area the last 5 years, but is excited to be able to move back to Kalakaska and work in his hometown.
Nick has been practicing physical therapy for about 7 years in the Traverse City area. After graduating with his Doctorate in physical therapy, Nick went on to complete a fellowship at the Gray Institute. In this fellowship, Nick developed effective diagnostic skills and learned how to create an optimal treatment plan based on the diagnosis. More importantly, he learned how the entire body connects and how we must look above and below the painful area to truly find the solution for pain relief. Nick and his wife Sara love the outdoors. Whether it is running, cycling, hiking, swimming, yardwork, or even doing PT outdoors, you’ll often find Nick outside. When you work with Nick, you will immediately notice his ability to engage with you and you will have his undivided attention during your treatment session. Nick strives to make the rehab process enjoyable, fun, and effective.
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