Treating Our Community of Family, Friends, & Neighbors
3-Dimensional Physical Therapy (3D PT) is the inspiration of Bill and Jessica Chesser. The dynamic husband-and-wife team founded 3D PT in 2009 as a locally-owned, independent business. Their vision was inspired: to offer world-class excellence in physical therapy to the local community with the motivation to provide personal care in a warm, engaging environment. The driving force behind 3D PT is people, not profit.
With this dream, Bill and Jessica, along with their business partner Jonathan Parker, set out to build a joyful, welcoming environment, both for patients and for team members. Today, 3D PT has locations in Adrian (inside The Centre and Brookdale Senior Living), Tecumseh, and Brooklyn (coming soon).
3D PT exists to make a positive difference in people’s lives. How? At 3D PT, patients, clients, and athletes are treated with respect and gratitude. Our licensed professionals engage each patient at every treatment session. Progress is carefully monitored, each milestone is celebrated, and the patient’s treatment is modified based on his or her individual needs.
This unique approach to treatment is based on a unique methodology called Applied Functional Science (AFS).
AFS is the evaluation and treatment approach developed and taught exclusively by our Director of Program Development and Education, Dr. Gary Gray through the Gray Institute. Dr. Gray is a world-renowned leader in physical therapy, sport training, and movement. We are proud to announce that of all of the thousands of individuals and organizations which Dr. Gray has assisted world-wide, he has chosen to personally serve as our local mentor and teacher.
Gray Institute’s Applied Functional Science (AFS) approach is continuing to gain momentum worldwide and influence across all professional sports. Dr. Gray has treated multiple elite professional athletes during his career and continues to share his wisdom and knowledge through the Gray Institute. His approach is effective for people of every age, no matter what their personal history or injury is.
AFS assesses and treats the body as a system with the goal of restoring the body to full function, recognizing that each body is unique and has an individual history, makeup, and injury. Therefore, each person is assessed and treated individually.
AFS considers restoration of motion, strength, and function with a keen eye on the system, which includes restoring coordination, proper sequencing and timing of motion in function. We feel this approach is vital not only to regaining function, but also to diminishing the probability of future injury, re-injury, or injury elsewhere because of compensation.
The 3D PT team includes highly experienced and compassionate physical therapists, physical therapy assistants, athletic trainers, and clinical and administrative staff who are dedicated to helping our patients achieve positive results.
Bill is the CEO and Co-Founder of 3D PT. After graduating from Lenawee Christian School in 1990, Bill started his first company—a landscaping company. Five years later, he says, “I was blessed to marry my beautiful wife, life partner, and friend, Jessica Jameson. God has blessed our marriage and we have two wonderful sons, William (Liam) and Jameson. Liam is passionate about playing the banjo and Jameson is passionate about playing football.”
In 2005, Bill graduated with his Juris Doctor Degree from the University of Toledo, College of Law and passed the Ohio bar that same year, practicing law in downtown Adrian. He passed the Michigan Bar in 2006. Two years later, Bill says that God showed them a different plan than what they had originally thought when Jessica, a physical therapist, was approached about opening a physical therapy clinic inside the beautiful Christian Family Centre.
“It was through much prayer and heart searching that we decided to open 3 Dimensional Physical Therapy and on January 5, 2009 we saw our first patient,” explains Bill. “God has blessed and protected us ever since and we have been able to add multiple locations and provide a fun and loving place for people to work and to receive care.”
When asked what he loves most about working at 3D PT, Bill says, “I love working with my wife every day for the pursuit of something that is far more valuable than a paycheck. As co-founders we get to make sure that the same purposes and ethics which began our 3D PT journey are still in place today.”
Bill is clear about what embodies the 3D PT difference: “We first seek to hire people who can put other people’s needs above their own. We seek to place people on our team who can show love to everyone they come in contact with, because people matter!”
As for the type of care 3D PT provides, Bill notes that, “We let our love for people dictate our dedication to providing great care. Therefore, we staff heavily with licensed professional caregivers so that our patients get more time with a licensed professional. Additionally, we retain Dr. Gary Gray, a world-leading biomechanical educator, as our Director of Education and Program Development. Dr. Gray is highly sought after for his expertise and is a guest educator for various organizations around the globe, including as far away as China and Europe.”
One of Bill’s passions is to help provide basic life necessities, such as clean drinking water, to people who do not have them. “It breaks my heart to think of small children drinking polluted water,” shares Bill. “That is why I, as part of 3D PT, am so glad we have the opportunity to get involved to help those less fortunate than we are. Before we even opened the doors of 3D PT, we committed the company to God, so that it may be used for His glory. Through the company’s profits we hope to make a long-lasting impact in this world for eternal good.”
“I love joining a patient on his/her visit, living a "slice of life" with them as they journey— learning of the histories, struggles, and successes that have made each patient who they are, and to join in their successes along the way. People are so interesting and are such a gift!”
Jessica, with her husband, Bill, owns 3D PT. Her passion to not only make 3DPT a great place to come for therapy, but to join patients on their journeys and be vital to their recovery of function that drives our company forward. “I feel that there is a heart to all that we do, a genuine caring for each patient,” explains Jessica. “We think about the mind and spirit being essential to the body and recovery from physical illness. In addition, our professionals have the opportunity to work in their areas of passion which translates into being able to treat a wide range of patient types with excellent outcomes.”
Caring and exceptional care are at the heart of the model that Jessica and Bill have built for 3D PT. As Jessica explains, “We are heavy on professional staff. We aggressively seek to advance our knowledge in order to be able to bring the best physical therapy, athletic training and sport specific training available to Lenawee County. This includes partnering with The Gray Institute and utilizing the great minds we have on staff to improve our quality and level of care.”
Jessica is equally passionate about making 3DPT an increasingly great place to work. “My goal is to exceed expectations for our family of staff, to show the greatest amount of gratitude to such a unique group of caring people that we are blessed to know and work with. I love noticing how our group is making a difference and being in a position thank them in big and small ways for the amazing work that they do for others every day.”
Another component of the caring philosophy that Jessica has built into 3D PT is the opportunity for the company and patients to make a difference together in the efforts of local, national, and global organizations. “We "pay it forward" by contributing to local humanitarian organizations, national organizations who fight human trafficking, and global organizations who provide clean drinking water. I love that when you come for therapy at 3DPT, you are making a difference to someone else at the same time.”
Jessica graduated from University of Toledo with a bachelor degree in biology, then earned a master’s degree in physical therapy, summa cum laude from Grand Valley State University. She is also a graduate of The Gray Institute as a fellow of Applied Functional Science (FAFS) and with MAPS certification.
Jessica was born and raised in Adrian, Michigan, graduating from Adrian High School and returning to Adrian after graduating from college. She is married to Bill, who is also from Lenawee County (Onsted). They have two sons, Liam and Jameson. They attend Adrian First Church of the Nazarene where we enjoy Bible study, volunteer in the visitation ministry to the ill, and where Liam often plays his banjo.
Jessica also enjoys practicing ballet, music, and reading anything relating to God's word. She is passionate about her walk with the Lord and in living it out joyfully through kindness, love, encouragement and in showing gratitude.
“I am passionate about providing care in encouraging and fun environment.”
As a physical therapist, Jonathan believes that a key part of the 3D PT difference is the way that patients are evaluated from a whole body perspective as opposed to just specific parts. As he explains, “Looking for causes of symptoms and not just treating the area of pain or limitation is central to how we support patients’ recovery.”
Some of Jonathan’s particular areas of expertise and clinical passions include vestibular (balance) rehabilitation, biomechanical foot evaluation and orthotics, as well as applied functional science. He is also a firm believer that a fun and an encouraging environment helps in the healing process.
Jonathan holds a Master of Science degree in Physical Therapy from Grand Valley State University. He is also a Fellow of Applied Sciences (FAS) through The Gray Institute.
Jonathan was born and raised in Adrian, Michigan and is a graduate of Lenawee Christian School. He is married to Angie who was also born and raised in Lenawee County. They have two daughters, Brielle and Emilia.
In the community, Jonathan serves on the FCA Soccer Advisory Council and he is part of the leadership team at 1Mosaic Church. He is also passionate about family time, University of Michigan Athletics, Lenawee Christian Athletics and is engaged in local mission activities at 1 Mosaic Church.
Gary received his initial education as a physical therapist in the mid-1970s. He immediately pursued additional training as an athletic trainer, personal trainer, and as a strength and conditioning coach. Realizing the common thread of creating transformational environments to enhance the lives of others being the science of movement, he developed the discipline of Applied Functional Science®. With his ongoing passion and mission of learning and sharing more, and with the goal of educating, empowering, and encouraging others through an appreciation of the wonderfully and fearfully made human body, Dr. Gray established the Gray Institute. Gary has been married to his 7th grade sweetheart (Cindi) since 1976 and has been blessed with two sons and daughter-in-loves (Brad and Shallon, Doug and Valerie) and five grandchildren (Denyon, Aryah, Calyx, Zion, and Xyler).
“I love collaboratively working with patients to improve their pain-free functional mobility and achieve their perceived goals for quality of life.”
As a physical therapist, Stephanie has the privilege of developing one-to-one relationships with many of our patients. As Stephanie says, “The patient's needs are first and foremost from the moment they walk through the door and continues throughout the course of their treatment.“
Stephanie earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Corporate Fitness from Adrian College and a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from University of Toledo. She also holds a Certificate in Contemporary Gerontological Practice.
Stephanie lives happily over the border in Ohio and is married to Brent, who has been her sweetheart since the fourth grade. They have two energetic sons, Crosby and Murphy.
Stephanie enjoys being a volleyball “weekend warrior”, supporting her husband's woodworking and football coaching endeavors and spending time with her family and friends. She also likes spending time alone in nature.
“3DPT is different because we make every effort to accommodate our patients' busy schedules and adapt to changing insurance coverage so patients can get the care they need.”
Diana is dedicated to providing excellence in patient care to our local community. As she says, “I love our commitment to staff education and quality of care. It means we can provide the best possible treatment to the people of Lenawee County. They deserve it.”
Diana is a native of Tecumseh, Michigan where she lives with her husband and three sons. After graduating from Tecumseh High School, Diana earned a Bachelor of Health Science degree and a Doctorate of Physical Therapy. She is also a fellow of Applied Functional Science (FAFS) through The Gray Institute.
Diana is passionate about raising awareness of the number one birth defect, congenital heart disease, with the Pediatric Congenital Heart Association and the need for further research and funding to save and improve affected children’s lives.
“I love having the opportunity to help others get back to their passions of life.”
PJ is passionate about helping our patients with effective treatment. The Applied Functional Science approach we use to customize specific exercises to each and every individual for their mind, body, and spirit is truly unique,” he says. PJ also loves all of the learning opportunities 3D PT makes available, enabling the team to better themselves and use their learning to better others.
A graduate of Baker College, PJ earned an Associate of Applied Science degree from Baker College and is 3D MAPS Certified through The Gray Institute. He is currently enrolled in The Gray Institute’s 2017 GIFT program.
PJ was born and raised in Adrian Michigan. He attended Lenawee Christian High School where he met his wife, Katie. They welcomed their first child in June 2016, a son named Brayden Felix.
His favorite activities include fitness, playing sports, vacationing with his family, and Michigan Football!
“I love that 3D PT is strongly based on education of our patients, the community and our therapists.”
Kari is a physical therapist assistant with over twenty years of experience working with patients in a variety to settings and at all phases of life. For her, “The ability to learn from each other and our patients has always been my favorite thing about my career. When we educate our patients and engage their mind, body, and spirit, we become part of the healing process which has a lasting effect.”
Kari says that 3D PT’s philosophy is truly different because as she puts it, “This is the first company I have worked for that truly believes that patients are more than just their injury. The fact that patients are three-dimensional has always been something I have known, but not necessarily had the encouragement to practice.”
Originally from Western New York, Kari earned her physical therapist assistant degree from Genessee Community College in Batavia, NY. However, she and her husband have had the opportunity to live in in New York City, Louisiana and Michigan. They have three children: Kayla is a junior at Southern Louisiana University in Hammond, Louisiana. Amanda is a sophomore at Jackson College in Jackson, Michigan and Spencer is a junior at Sand Creek High School. Kari and her family belong to St. Mary of Good Counsel Catholic Church.
“Not only do I get to provide therapy services when needed but I get to know the residents on a more personal level enabling me to provide injury/fall preventative therapy as well.”
Amy Ollett’s career as a Physical Therapy Assistant has spanned two decades, including 13 years spent primarily in an orthopedic practice, and the last 7 years working with the geriatric population at Brookdale Senior Living in Adrian, Michigan. However, it was an injury that she sustained while studying at Michigan State University that changed the course of her career into the physical therapy profession.
“It was a great physical therapist that diagnosed the nature of my injury and started my love of physical therapy and ultimately a new career,” says Amy.
After earning her associates degree in physical therapy at Baker College, Amy relocated to Lenawee County from Bay City, Michigan. She currently lives in Adrian with her husband and son. She also has two dogs who often accompany her to work.
Amy explains what drew her to 3D PT, “Was their exemplary reputation and their involvement in the community through the Christian Family Centre, participating in youth activities and mentoring local students.”
Amy’s hobbies include reading, making jewelry, and, “anything my son is involved in.”
“As a clinician, I enjoy watching patients overcome obstacles to be able to return to a quality of activity, either in self-care, work or recreation, or sport, they may have thought they would never be able to do again.”
Christine Boote says that one of the best parts of her job is helping patients, “Understand their injury and their treatment program. I also love to witness that ‘ah-ha’ moment when they recognize, ‘This treatment makes sense, and I am going to get better!’”
She also appreciates the 3D PT philosophy which incorporates applied functional science into every patient care plan, to make sure that patients have the best long-term results possible. “The emphasis on education of both of the clinicians to provide the best care and for patients to have an understanding of their injury, their diagnosis and how to prevent further injury is truly unique,” says Christine.
Christine graduated from Central Michigan University with a Bachelor of Science degree. She is a NATA Certified Athletic Trainer, a State of Michigan Licensed Athletic Trainer and an AASDN Nutrition Specialist. She has earned The Gray Institute’s Certification of Applied Functional Science (CAFS) and is a Fellow of Applied Functional Science (FAFS). She is also an American Heart Association-BLS CPR/AED/First Aid Instructor.
Christine also serves as the Dean of Primary Plus Camp at Bay Shore Camp in Sebewaing, Michigan.
A native of Cass City, Michigan, Christine lives in Manchester, Michigan with her husband, Marty Boote. They have four children.
Christine enjoys spending time with family at sporting events, on their boat and camping. She also enjoys reading, studying scripture and working with children.
“Every day at 3D PT is an opportunity to help people regain what certain life events may have caused them to lose. Whether it's playing a sport, working a job, playing with family or being able to care for themselves I love seeing people be able do the things they thoughts they may never be able to do again.”
As an athletic trainer, Heather works with our local high school students at Lenawee Christian School and in our Adrian clinic. She describes the 3D PT difference this way, “As you walk through the doors at 3D PT or into an athletic training room at one of the schools you will notice that we take a functional, whole body approach when doing rehabilitation to prepare the whole body to be as successful as possible when it takes up its role in life.”
Heather moved to Adrian in 2009 to attend Adrian College, graduating Heather with a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training. She is a certified athletic trainer (ATC and she has also completed Applied Functional Science (CAFS) and 3D MAPS training through the Gray Institute.
Heather enjoys working out and running in her spare time. She also shares that, “Since a young age I have felt God's call on my life so my prayer is that I would be obedient to the missions He calls me to in life.”
“I love helping people achieve personal goals.”
Robyn is engaged to “an amazing man and my biggest supporter” Scott Hartle. Their family includes two beautiful, intelligent little girls, Kaitlyn and Abby and three wonderful boys, Zackary, Aeron, and Jayden.
As an athletic trainer Robyn loves to “help alleviate pain and provide some comfort for individuals dealing with both acute and chronic injuries. I also love helping athletes return to performance and, ideally, achieve their highest potential following an injury.”
Robyn also says that at 3D PT, “Every person matters, they are more than just a number. It is a family-friendly environment and, in my opinion, there isn't any substitute for a genuine love and compassion towards people.”
A graduate of Adrian College, Robyn holds a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training.
Robyn enjoys spending time with her family, working out, reading, and participating in a competitive billiards league where she has placed at the state level and competed in national tournaments. Robyn says that her biggest accomplishment is being, “A mother and role model for my two little girls and three step sons.”
“I love that I play a part in improving the health of our community.”
Kaylee serves our community not only working with students at Tecumseh High School to provide athletic training, but also as a firefighter and an EMT for Madison Township Fire Department in Adrian, Michigan.
Kaylee attended Adrian College earning a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science and a Master of Science in Athletic Training. She lives in Adrian.
“I love working at our local high school. Helping young athletes prevent or return from injury is very rewarding.”
Kevonte’s passion for sports led him to his career in athletic training. During his time at Three Rivers High School in Three Rivers, Michigan he played multiple sports and he enjoys helping the next generation of high school athletes as a Board Certified Athletic Trainer.
Kevonte appreciates the 3D PT difference because, as he explains, “The services here at 3D PT are different than other physical therapy clinics in the fact that we take a real pride in our clients. Our patients are people we care for not numbers!”
True to his athletic roots, in his spare time you can find Kevonte in the gym working on his physical fitness and playing basketball as a weekend warrior.
Kevonte is also a lifelong, “huge” Michigan State fan and a proud alumnus of the school, earning his bachelor degree in kinesiology and athletic training there. Kevonte adds, “An athletic training internship with the Jacksonville Jaguars has also made me a proud Jags fan!”
Emily has a keen sense of adventure, so having the opportunity to, as she says, “Get my hand in a little bit of everything,” is one of her favorite aspects of working at 3DPT. Another favorite aspect? “Interacting with people and finding out about their lives and their stories.”
According to Emily, one of the most important differences in the 3D PT approach is the way staff are trained. “Everyone at 3D PT has a multi-faceted focus. We look at the three dimensions—or planes of motion—in the body. Our three-dimensional view also references the holy trinity and how we affect the mind, body and spirit of every person we encounter.”
Emily is a native of Adrian, Michigan and attended Adrian High School. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Movement Science from the University of Michigan with a minor in Spanish Language and Culture. She also holds 3DMAPS, CAFS certifications from The Gray Institute. Emily is a member of the Adrian Kiwanis Club and is actively involved in several service projects. She also attends Adrian First United Methodist Church.
Prior to joining 3D PT, Emily spent some time teaching English in Spain. Her next travel dream is to go “hang with elephants in Africa or Asia.” Perhaps she’ll also see some large relatives of her furry, feline friend, Cora.
“My wonderful co-workers make it all worthwhile.”
Shayna joined 3D PT in 2011 and takes care of our patients with her amazing attention to detail and knowledge of billing and office administration. Even though she is often tucked away in our administrative office, her impact is felt throughout 3D PT.
Shayna is passionate about her family, friends, and helping people. She is a lifelong resident of Adrian, Michigan, where she lives wither husband Shawn and her children, Aaron and Sarah.
“When a patient walks out of the clinic being able to return to their daily activities or sports pain free, it makes me feel like we made a difference.”
In her role, Jessica has the opportunity to see the 3D PT difference first-hand and it is something that she considers a benefit to both patients and employees. As she says, “I love the close-knit family environment that 3D PT creates and that we all have the same goal! It is truly a joy to work for a company that not only appreciates their patients but their employees, too.”
Jessica says that what she loves most about working at 3D PT is seeing patients recover.
“Clinicians at 3D PT take the time to listen and work with you on your goals,” explains Jessica. You can genuinely tell that the entire staff cares about their patients’ well-being and recovery.” Jessica graduated in 2015 from Eastern Michigan University with a bachelor's degree in biology and a minor in sociology.
Originally from Dundee, Jessica now lives in Tecumseh, Michigan, with her husband. She is a member of the National Association of Show Trucks and has a wide range of interests including running and fitness, spending time outdoors camping and fishing, visiting museums and spending time with family.
“Everyone works as a team to make sure that you are getting the best care for your health.”
Jillian is a Tecumseh, Michigan native with strong roots in the agricultural community. She also has a genuine passion for ensuring 3D PT patients are well taken care of. She also appreciates the way that the 3D PT team works together to create a positive and encouraging environment.
Jillian attended Tecumseh High School and went on to Michigan State University, studying the Agricultural Industries program. She lives on her family farm where they grow crops and have a swine business.
Meeting and connecting with new people is one of Jackie’s favorite aspects of her role at 3DPT. “Hearing patients’ stories and helping them progress through their recovery is rewarding,” she explains.
Jackie also enjoys working at 3D PT because, “The staff is a high performing team and works well with one another. The environment is happy, uplifting and encouraging.”
Jackie attended The Gray Institute earning her Certification in Applied Functional Science (CAFS) and Movement Analysis & Performance Systems (3DMAPS).
Originally from Fremont, Ohio, Jackie is married with one son—and a cat, Thomas. They live in Tecumseh, Michigan and attend Crossroads Community Church.
In her leisure time, Jackie enjoys the outdoors and fitness activities.
“I love the opportunity to work with people of all ages and backgrounds. You learn something new each day by working with a variety of people.”
Ben works with athletes and patients at 3D PT and he loves having the opportunity to impact people each day: “It is such an amazing experience and really uplifts us as movement professionals.”
To Ben, the 3D PT difference means, “You are treated as an individual. There is not a blanket program provided for everyone. Each person who walks through the door is a unique individual and they are treated that way. We provide the gift of movement. We gift their minds, their bodies, and their spirits.”
According to Ben, “The best part is—and our patients might not realize this—but they gift our minds, bodies, and spirits, as well.”
Ben is very passionate about mental health and childhood obesity and the positive impact that exercise can have on them. Ben says, “Both of these issues are at completely different ends of the spectrum, but they can be significantly impacted through proper nutrition and exercise. I hope to be a driving force in the fight against mental health issues and childhood obesity through the use of exercise.”
Ben has a bachelor’s degree in exercise science from Grand Valley State University. He is also certified in Applied Functional Science (CAFS) and Fellow of Applied Functional Science (FAFS).
A resident of Sand Creek, Ben attended Sand Creek High School and currently coaches girls’ basketball there.
“I love interacting with all the people I come in contact with and seeing the improvement in our patient’s conditions from time of evaluation to discharge.”
Kasandra is involved in almost all aspects of patient care working both the front desk and with patients. Kasandra earned her bachelor’s degree in multidisciplinary studies at Siena Heights University and her master’s degree in Health Care Administration at Walden University.
Kasandra has been living in Lenawee County for 16 years. She and her husband have two wonderful sons who are 14 and 6 years old. Kasandra and her oldest son volunteer at the Humane Society.
Kasandra says, “We truly care about our patients and their success. They know what to expect and who they are going to see when they come in, and what we do makes sense to them.”
Kasandra’s greatest accomplishment is her boys. She says, “All I ever wanted was to be a mom, so I try my best to be everything I want to be for them.”
“I love meeting new people and seeing them progress through an injury or disability to get back to the things they love.”
Landon works with our patients to help them get back to doing what they love to do. For Landon, the 3D PT difference is our focus on not only the immediate pain or injury, but on helping patients regain the functionality and strength to do movements often used in daily life.
Landon is a Manchester High School graduate. He has attended Eastern Michigan University and Washtenaw Community College studying exercise science. He lives in Manchester and enjoys a variety of sports and fitness activities.
“I love being able to greet the patients as they walk in the door, asking them how their day has been, and being there for them to talk to.”
For Brady, one of the best parts about his role at 3D PT is helping to rehabilitate patients and building a personal relationship with each person he meets.
When asked what makes 3D PT different, Brady says, “The 3DPT staff creates a family atmosphere that is unlike any other clinic. You walk in the door, and are immediately greeted with a smile and a hello. Our staff strives to create an atmosphere that promotes building genuine relationships with our patients.”
Brady holds a CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant) Certificate and is currently studying biology at Siena Heights University. He plans to attend physical therapy school after obtaining his bachelor degree. At Siena Heights, he is involved in College Life, a student ministry group.
A Blissfield, Michigan, resident, Brady is also a Blissfield High School graduate. While in high school, Brady was involved in HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America) as part of the Tech Center Nursing and EMT programs in nearby Adrian, Michigan. He even placed seventh in the nation at the National HOSA EMT competition.
Another fun fact about Brady is that he is a triplet! Enjoying life with his family and siblings is very important to Brady. He also likes working out and being outdoors. He attends One Mosaic Church in Adrian, Michigan.
“I am very excited to begin my journey with a company that cares about people as individuals, because people matter.”
Shelby is one of our newest physical therapists and is enthusiastic about making a difference for our patients. She is passionate about working with youth and athletes and plans to pursue orthopedic and sport specific certifications in the future.
Shelby earned two bachelor degrees at Adrian College, both magna cum laude, including a Bachelor of Arts in biology and a Bachelor of Arts in exercise science. At the University of Toledo, she earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree.
Shelby is a native of Fulton County, Ohio, and a devoted Christian. She is very family-oriented and the proud aunt of four beautiful, energetic and spirited nephews and nieces.
Shelby enjoys working out and has a passion for running and volleyball. She plans to run her first half marathon this year.
This Adrian facility is located inside The Christian Family Centre (The Centre), on W US 223, connected to Lenawee Christian School. Physical therapy is offered here in the traditional setting and includes a swimming pool for aquatherapy. We also offer rehabilitation for athletes in a variety of settings such as gymnasiums, football and soccer fields, and racquet ball courts.
Our Brookdale facility is located inside of the Adrian Brookdale Senior Living Center and specializes in geriatric therapy. This location is ideal for geriatric clients who wish to have a quiet, peaceful setting for rehabilitation.
Our Tecumseh facility offers a traditional setting for physical therapy. This location also supports sports training and rehabilitation with the opportunity to train on turf. Winter training occurs here for some of our local athletes.