Greg graduated with his MPT from Oakland University in 1995. He has guest lectured at Oakland University on ACL/PCL surgeries and rehab, and served as a teaching assistant at Oakland for examination procedures and therapeutic exercise. Greg is currently appointed as a clinical instructor for Oakland University. His treatment approach is eclectic, utilizing Kaltenborn and Paris manual techniques, and muscle energy techniques learned at Great Lakes Seminars. He has used this approach since 1995 working in outpatient orthopedic settings with a very diverse patient population, including sports medicine. Greg’s treatment philosophy is to treat the driver of the patient’s condition/pathology, and to teach the patient to manage their own condition. He also has an extensive background in weight training and exercise.
Jason holds a bachelor’s degree in Health and Fitness in Preventative and Rehabilitative Programs from Central Michigan University. He also holds a doctorate in physical therapy from Grand Valley State University and is a Certified Integrated Manual Therapist (CIMT) through Great Lakes Seminars. Jason’s approach to therapy encompasses the use of joint and soft tissue mobilization, functional therapeutic exercise and patient education to return his patients to their highest functional level. Jason is always looking for opportunities to learn new things and improve himself as a clinician. Jason, his wife, and two children live in Southeast Michigan.
Jeff began his education as a physical therapist at Albion College where he received a B.A. in Sports Medicine with an emphasis on Biomechanics. He went onto the University of Michigan to receive his Doctorate of Physical Therapy. Jeff has extensive clinical experience working with the orthopedic population. He utilizes manual therapy in combination with a functionally based exercise to allow his patients to return to their prior functional level. Jeff's philosophy in treating patients involves finding the origin of the problem versus treating the symptoms, allowing problems to go away and stay away. Jeff has trained the primary instructors for the Knee and Shoulder courses and is the primary instructor for the Extremity Mobilization course for Great Lakes Seminars. Jeff is the Director of Operations for Advanced Physical Therapy in Southfield, MI.
Jessica holds a Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Dayton. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science with a focus on Athletic Training from the University of Toledo where she was a student athletic trainer. As a Certified Integrated Manual Therapist and Athletic Trainer, Jessica is credentialed through Great Lakes Seminars to assess mechanical dysfunction of the pelvic floor and pelvis. She uses a wide variety of manual therapy techniques, functional exercise, and patient education, to provide a high degree of quality care and compassion. Through her practice, she has treated patients with a wide variety of orthopedic and pelvic health diagnosis. Jessica created our Introduction to Diagnosis and Treatment of Pelvic Floor Dysfunction course after working with Patrick Hoban for several years. She also spent multiple years growing her knowledge base through continuing education courses related to the pelvic health population. Jessica is a Physical Therapist, Clinic Director, and Pelvic Health Program Director at Probility Physical Therapy and has committed her career to making a difference in staff and patient lives.