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Amira Tal-Henig

Amira Tal-Henig
PT, DPT, CST

Amira is the owner and a physical therapist at Healing Hands Physical Therapy. She has over 37 years of physical therapy experience and has studied in the United States, England, and Israel. Amira feels honored to be a part of her patient’s healing process and finds fulfillment in seeing her patients achieve their goals. Through her passion, creativity, and commitment, she has brought her vision of an integrative physical therapy practice to Ann Arbor.

Amira incorporates manual therapy techniques such as muscle energy, myofascial release, joint mobilization, craniosacral therapy, and visceral manipulation. In addition, she provides therapeutic exercises targeted to the specific dysfunction of each patient. Amira works to educate patients in preventative and self-care techniques so that they can transition from a place of injury to a place of well-being.

Amira’s areas of expertise include manual therapy for the treatment of headaches, neck and back pain, temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder, peripheral joint dysfunction, women’s health, and trauma healing.  Amira has advanced training in a wide variety of manual therapy techniques, the Alexander technique, Herman and Wallace Institute for pelvic pain women’s health studies, TMJ disorders, and the Integrated System Model.

In her free time, Amira enjoys spending time with her husband and three adult children. She enjoys traveling, hiking, cooking and hanging out with good friends.

Certifications/Advanced Practice

  • Craniosacral Therapy Certification, London Craniosacral Therapy Educational Trust, England
  • Graduate, Trauma Healing, Sensory Motor Psychotherapy Institute, Boulder, CO

Education

  • Doctor of Physical Therapy, Evidence In Motion, Institute of Health Professions, 2013
  • Bachelor of Physical Therapy, Tel-Aviv University, Israel, 1983

Professional Affiliations/Memberships

  • Member of the American Physical Therapy Association.
  • Michigan Physical Therapy Association
  • International Pelvic Pain Society
Anne Stevenson

Anne Stevenson
PT, MPT

Anne was inspired to study physical therapy with a love of working with people and inspiring the love of exercise. She has a Master’s degree in physical therapy from Wayne State University. After practicing in the Detroit area and Florida she settled in Ann Arbor and has practiced here since 2004. Her practice focuses on evaluating movement patterns of the patient to correctly identify problem areas leading to the pain and injury. She emphasizes using hands-on joint mobilizations and muscle energy techniques to address joint tightness and dysfunction. She closely monitors and develops the exercise program created for each patient to develop appropriate functional exercises and sport specific training to individualize the rehabilitation process. She appreciates the opportunity to work at Healing Hands which allows her the one on one time to properly steer the course of treatment.

Anne is constantly updating her manual skills and places a high priority in participating in continuing education courses. Since 2004 she has studied the Osteopathic approach of Muscle Energy Technique at Michigan State University in addition to taking a variety of local courses focused on manual therapy allowing her to develop an effective manual medicine treatment regime for the whole body. She has also taken continuing ed courses to learn the application of Kinesio Tape to aid in healing. In addition, she has prioritized classes focused on the study of movement and application of exercise for orthopedic conditions. More recently she participated in a course to learn the Schroth Method for treatment of Scoliosis in Stevens Point WI and is certified in the Schroth Treatment Method.

In her free time, Anne enjoys spending time with her husband and two children, spending time outside and cooking.

Professional Organizations:

  • American Physical Therapy Association since 1998

Education:

  • Wayne State University 2001

Certifications:

  • Schroth Treatment for Scoliosis C1

Continuing Education:

  • Michigan State College of Osteopathic Medicine classes for Muscle Energy and
  • Exercise Prescription
  • Kinesio Tape Levels I and II
  • Great Lakes Manual Therapy Courses for the whole body
  • Schroth Scoliosis Training
Ashley Scott Bernstein

Ashley Scott Bernstein
PT, DPT, ATC, CSCS

Being a patient of physical therapy during college focused Ashley’s interest in science and medicine. She went on to become a physical therapist. She graduated with a B.S. in Kinesiology from the University of Michigan and became a NATA Board Certified Athletic Trainer. She then earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Northwestern University. As a professional, Ashley has set two goals to shape her career: 1) to develop a broad skill set through both experience and continuing education and 2) to educate her patients on how the body works and heals.

Using manual therapy and functional exercise, she helps her patients achieve their goals and improve their overall movement. During the initial evaluation, Ashley will focus not only on the area of pain or stiffness but also look beyond, at the whole body, to find the source of the pain. She is an avid consumer of physical therapy research and takes pride in sharing this with her patients. Her goal is to make sure every patient knows how to treat themselves during their episode of care and afterwards to prevent re-injury. After a few visits with Ashley, she will then craft an appropriate patient care plan and manage your care by our coordinated team.

Education

  • 2001, Bachelor’s in Kinesiology, University of Michigan
  • 2002, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, NSCA
  • 2003, Certified Athletic Trainer, NATA
  • 2004, Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Northwestern University

Continuing Education

  • 2009 to present, Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment, McKenzie Institute
  • 2010 to present, Mulligan Concept
  • 2014 to present, The Science of Running
  • 2015 to present Functional Manual Therapy, Institute of Physical Art
  • 2018, Women’s Health- Pelvic Floor dysfunctions. Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute

Professional Societies

  • 2002 to present, Member of the American Physical Therapy Association
Carol Wilson

Carol Wilson
PT, DPT

Carol joined the team at Healing Hands after 18 years as physical therapist working at St Joseph Mercy – Chelsea Hospital (previously Chelsea Community Hospital) outpatient orthopedic physical therapy clinic. Carol values being part of a team that is focused on providing quality care by always striving to meet the specific needs of each patient.

Carol’s treatment approach includes manual therapy, patient education and therapeutic exercise. She places an emphasis on movement analysis concentrating on identifying and correcting dysfunctional movement patterns. Her goal is to empower patients to take a principal role in improving their health and wellness. She works to achieve this by improving each patient’s awareness of their limitations and deficits while teaching how to correct them.

Carol’s interest in physical movement began during her first job as a skating instructor for the City of Ann Arbor Parks and Recreation. This experience provided the motivation to study motor learning and motor control, and eventually physical therapy. Other current interests include providing consultation for innovative exercise equipment design.

Education
2012 Doctor of Physical Therapy – St Augustine University
2001 Master of Science Physical Therapy – Wayne State University
1996 Master of Science Kinesiology – University of Michigan
1994 Bachelor of Science Psychology – University of Michigan
2002 to present – 18 continuing education courses focusing on manual therapy and therapeutic exercise.

Katie Beard

Katie Beard
PTA

Katie always knew she wanted to work in physical therapy. Katie started her journey at Grand Valley State University where she got her Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Science in 2006. Later, she joined the Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) program at Washtenaw Community College where she received training from a team of excellent teachers and clinical instructors. Katie graduated in 2012 from WCC as a PTA. She has been with Healing Hands Physical Therapy ever since.

Katie is a native of the Ann Arbor area. She found her niche in physical therapy when she learned of Healing Hands’ holistic approach and outstanding reputation. She collaborates with her co-workers to provide the best possible care for each patient. Katie is currently practicing in Visceral Manipulation and Craniosacral Therapies. She is proficient in finding the root cause of a person’s condition and provides the finest care to heal the whole person. Katie shares: “the team members at Healing Hands Physical Therapy complement each other with our individual talents and we are honored to be a part of your healing process.”

Education:

  • 2012, Associate of Applied Science, Washtenaw Community College Physical Therapist Assistant program
  • 2006, Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Science, Grand Valley State University

Certifications/Advanced Practice

  • Visceral Manipulation level 1-5 Barral Institute
  • CranioSacral Therapy – The Upledger Institute
Keli Schneberger

Keli Schneberger
PT, MPT
MPT

Keli joined Healing Hands as a physical therapist with 27 years of experience in outpatient physical therapy. She began her career at St. Joseph Hospital before moving to Portland, Oregon. During her time in in Portland, she began her journey into alternative physical therapy approaches with an emphasis on indirect manual therapy methods. She returned to Ann Arbor in 2004 and worked at Chelsea Community Hospital for 15 years. She also has a private practice as a certified Bowen practitioner and Watsu (water shiatsu) practitioner working to maximize wellness.

Keli is skilled in the treatment of all extremities and the spine.  She especially enjoys working with elite athletes to maximize their athletic potential and help with pre- and post-competition, musicians with repetitive motion and postural dysfunctions related to their instruments, breast health including post-cancer and reconstruction (lumpectomies, mastectomies, implants, TRAM flaps), Aquatic therapy clients, and the treatment of headaches, whiplash, and temporo-mandibular joint dysfunction.

Keli’s continuing education has focused on integrative manual therapy techniques, craniosacral, strain-counterstrain, muscle energy, McConnell taping, neuro-tissue mobilization, myofascial release, and Lowen’s Biovalent Systems.

When she is not seeing clients, she enjoys biking (mountain, gravel, road, and winter fat-bike), swimming, kayaking and hiking. 

Certifications/Advanced Practice

  • Bowen Technique, Certified
  • Watsu, practitioner

Education

  • Master of Physical Therapy, University of Michigan – Flint, 1992 
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Science, University of Michigan – Flint, 1990
Kim Lindblade

Kim Lindblade
PT, DPT, CMPT

Kim is an experienced outpatient orthopedic and manual therapist with an interest and specialty in spine rehabilitation. Kim’s clinical career began as a physical therapy assistant working in outpatient orthopedics in 2004.  She continued her studies while working and earned her physical therapy degree in 2014. 

Kim developed a passion for manual therapy and believes strongly in its value and effectiveness in improving outcomes and helping patients achieve their goals. Kim believes in the importance of spending quality, hands-on time with patients and is passionate about improving their quality of life.

Kim is currently working towards certification as a Certified Orthopedic Manipulative Therapist (COMT).  Kim also has advanced training in muscle energy techniques, functional massage, and treatment of the cervical, thoracic, lumbar spine and pelvis.

In her free time, Kim enjoys spending time outside with her husband and two children and likes to paddle board, hike and run on the various trails surrounding Ann Arbor.

Certifications/Advanced Practice

Certified Manual Physical Therapist (CMPT), North American Institute of Manual Therapy (NAIOMT)

Education

  • Doctor of Physical Therapy, University of Findlay, 2014
  • Bachelor of Applied Science, Siena Heights University, 2006
  • Associate of Applied Science, Physical Therapist Assistant, Henry Ford Community College, 2004
Lorna King

Lorna King
PT, MPT

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Mark Beissel

Mark Beissel
PT, DPT, FAAOMPT

Mark has 45 years of experience as a physical therapist specializing in manual therapy and orthopedics. He owned Orthopedic Therapy, Inc. in Jackson, Michigan for 35 years and has 10 years in outpatient hospital practice. Recently Mark was a member of the back care team at St. Joseph Mercy Chelsea Hospital, working closely with the orthopedic physicians in physical medicine and rehabilitation.

Mark’s special interests include working with acute, chronic, and post-surgical rehabilitation of spine and extremities, especially neck pain and related headaches. Mark is experienced in a wide variety of manual therapy techniques.

Mark has over 1300 hours of post graduate continuing education course focusing on orthopedics and manual therapy. His advanced training includes joint mobilization, craniosacral therapy, muscle energy techniques, and soft tissue mobilization techniques including Gua Sha.

Certifications/Advanced Practice

Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS)
Fellow, American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists (FAAOMPT)

Education

  • Doctor of Physical Therapy, Massachusetts General Hospital Institute for Health Professions, 2003
  • Post Baccalaureate Certification in Physical Therapy, The Ohio State University, 1973
  • Bachelor of Science in anthropology, University of Michigan, 1972

 Professional Affiliations/Memberships

Member of American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)
Member Michigan Physical Therapy Association (MPTA)
Board of Directors MPTA
Reimbursement Chair MPTA

Melissa Hartenstein

Melissa Hartenstein
PT, MPT

Melissa joined the Healing Hands team with over 15 years of outpatient orthopedic experience, 14 of those at Chelsea Community Hospital/St Joseph Mercy - Chelsea.  Melissa places great value in working with a strong team which allows for collaboration with colleagues to find the best treatment techniques to assist patients in becoming the best version of themselves. 

Melissa believes patient treatment is successful with a mixture of manual therapy, therapeutic exercise, and education to enable patients to assist themselves long after their time at physical therapy is completed. Melissa especially enjoys working with sacroiliac dysfunctions, muscle strains and imbalances that benefit from tissue mobilization and myofascial release, spinal and extremity joint dysfunction that benefits from joint mobilization and movement retraining, post-surgical patients, and individuals in need of movement analysis and neuromuscular re-education.

Melissa’s continuing education courses have helped to shape her treatment plans. Her advanced training includes courses in muscle energy, strain-counterstrain, myofascial release and Kinesio-taping techniques. 

Melissa enjoys spending time with her family and taking walks with her husband and son. She values the time she is able spends with her family and friends, enjoying nature in the Ann Arbor Area, and camping with extended family each summer.

Certifications/Advanced Practice

Credentialed Clinical Instructor with the American Physical Therapy Association.

Education

  • Master of Physical Therapy, Andrews University, 2003
  • Bachelor of Science in Biology with minor in Chemistry Trinity Christian College – Palos Heights, IL, 2000
Pam Bennett

Pam Bennett
PT

Pam joined Healing Hands as a physical therapist with over 38 years of experience. Prior to being at Healing Hands, Pam worked at Chelsea Community Hospital for 28 years. During that time, she developed her interest in pelvic floor health. Pam has also worked providing inpatient and outpatient care at both the Ann Arbor Veteran’s Hospital and St. Mary Hospital of Livonia, as well as outpatient care at Woodland Medical Center, and Home Health Care.

Pam believes that one of her most important clinical roles is listening to a patient’s needs, understanding that patient holistically, and advocating for their care, be it through therapy or another avenue. Her strengths in patient care are treatment of male and female pelvic floor dysfunction, hands-on techniques, muscle imbalance correction, and therapeutic exercise education. For Pam, being a part of Healing Hands means that she is a member of a strong, diverse team. One of her joys is continued learning from her colleagues.

Pam’s advanced training has included work at The Institute of Physical Art, and the Herman and Wallace Institute Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute. Her continuing education includes courses emphasizing therapeutic approach to spinal care, shoulder and hip dysfunction, the McConnell approach to knee pain, taping techniques, and individual study in Yoga and Gyrotonics. 

When not working, Pam enjoys campfires and kayaking in Northern Michigan with family and friends.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy, University of Michigan 1980  

Memberships

  • Orthopedic Study Group with emphasis on Integrative Manuel Therapy
  • Southeast Pelvic Floor Study Group
Sara Lin

Sara Lin
PT, DPT

Sara’s interest in health and wellness started while she was in high school. She participated in gymnastics, track & field, cross country, and volleyball. Sara’s continued interest in physical activity, health and wellness persisted throughout her undergraduate studies at the University of Michigan. During this time, Sara became certified to be a personal trainer and worked part-time while finishing her degree in cellular and molecular biology.  After graduating, Sara decided to take a gap year and worked full-time as a personal trainer before starting her physical therapy training.

Sara treats a wide variety of conditions. She applies a strong emphasis on manual therapy techniques accompanied by an individualized exercise program for each patient. Sara has a special interest in sports and running injuries, and lower extremity dysfunctions. Sara enjoys working with patients that benefit from spine and extremity joint mobilization, soft tissue mobilization, myofascial release, functional massage, and therapeutic exercise.  

Sara’s specialties include assessment and treatment of lower extremity biomechanics including running and gait analysis.

Outside of physical therapy, Sara loves staying active, reading, and enjoying creative arts. Her ultimate goal is to visit as many countries as possible and to try everything that life has to offer!

Certifications/Advanced Practice

ASCM Certified Personal Trainer

Education

  • Doctor of Physical Therapy, Oakland University, 2019
  • Bachelor of Science in Cellular & Molecular Biology, University of Michigan, 2015
Andrew Nixon

Andrew Nixon
LMT

On the Healing Hands team since 2016, Andrew has massaged professionally for over nine years and is licensed in massage therapy by the State of Michigan. He regularly works with musicians, athletes, educators, body workers, ​therapists, ​and other individuals whose vocation and lifestyle make heavy demands on their body-minds. Techniques he incorporates into his practice include:

  • Swedish/relaxation massage
  • neuro-muscular therapy
  • myofascial release
  • trigger point release
  • sports massage / facilitated stretching

Andrew is ​deeply devoted to serving clients, and will tailor each session to your unique and specific needs.

Education

  • 2010, M.A. in Philosophy, Cosmology and Consciousness, California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS)
  • 2000, Environmental Studies, Western Michigan University
Rachel Lipsky

Rachel Lipsky
LMT

Rachel’s background and experiences are uniquely diverse. Starting as a music director and educator at a Kibbutz in Israel, she then became a professional instrumental performer, then teaching Hebrew for 23 years at the University of Buffalo.

Yet, her strong passion for helping others heal by using holistic modalities led her to train to become a certified yoga teacher and a massage therapist. Rachel has also been fortunate to observe, study under, and trained to treat clients in manual muscle energy techniques under the guidance of Dr. Paul Shapiro, a highly respected medical doctor of physical medicine and rehabilitation.

Rachel’s years of expertise and training in yoga, massage, manual muscle energy techniques, combined with a knowledge of holistic health issues, grant her a deeper understanding of these critical therapeutic modalities. Rachel’s experiences uniquely qualify her to contribute to the treatment of musculoskeletal issues and pain, while enhancing the overall wellbeing of her clients and helping them to gain strength, endurance, balance, and flexibility. 

Being part of Healing Hands Physical Therapy offers Rachel first-hand knowledge of client’s health issues. Working closely with the highly trained physical therapists at Healing Hands can enhance professional assessment and treatments to further benefit client’s health needs. 

Rachel offers private and group yoga sessions. 

Education

  • Master of Arts in Music and Videography, Cleveland Institute of Music
  • Artist diploma, Cleveland Institute of Music

Certifications/Advanced Practice

  • Licensed Massage Therapist, 2014
  • Certified Yoga Instructor, Himalayan Institution
Amira Tal-Henig

Amira Tal-Henig
PT, DPT, CST

Amira is the owner and a physical therapist at Healing Hands Physical Therapy. She has over 37 years of physical therapy experience and has studied in the United States, England, and Israel. Amira feels honored to be a part of her patient’s healing process and finds fulfillment in seeing her patients achieve their goals. Through her passion, creativity, and commitment, she has brought her vision of an integrative physical therapy practice to Ann Arbor. Amira incorporates manual therapy te...
Anne Stevenson

Anne Stevenson
PT, MPT

Anne was inspired to study physical therapy with a love of working with people and inspiring the love of exercise. She has a Master’s degree in physical therapy from Wayne State University. After practicing in the Detroit area and Florida she settled in Ann Arbor and has practiced here since 2004. Her practice focuses on evaluating movement patterns of the patient to correctly identify problem areas leading to the pain and injury. She emphasizes using hands-on joint mobilizations and muscle en...
Ashley Scott Bernstein

Ashley Scott Bernstein
PT, DPT, ATC, CSCS

Being a patient of physical therapy during college focused Ashley’s interest in science and medicine. She went on to become a physical therapist. She graduated with a B.S. in Kinesiology from the University of Michigan and became a NATA Board Certified Athletic Trainer. She then earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Northwestern University. As a professional, Ashley has set two goals to shape her career: 1) to develop a broad skill set through both experience and continuing education a...
Carol Wilson

Carol Wilson
PT, DPT

Carol joined the team at Healing Hands after 18 years as physical therapist working at St Joseph Mercy – Chelsea Hospital (previously Chelsea Community Hospital) outpatient orthopedic physical therapy clinic. Carol values being part of a team that is focused on providing quality care by always striving to meet the specific needs of each patient. Carol’s treatment approach includes manual therapy, patient education and therapeutic exercise. She places an emphasis on movement analysis concent...
Katie Beard

Katie Beard
PTA

Katie always knew she wanted to work in physical therapy. Katie started her journey at Grand Valley State University where she got her Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Science in 2006. Later, she joined the Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) program at Washtenaw Community College where she received training from a team of excellent teachers and clinical instructors. Katie graduated in 2012 from WCC as a PTA. She has been with Healing Hands Physical Therapy ever since. Katie is a native ...
Keli Schneberger

Keli Schneberger
PT, MPT

Keli joined Healing Hands as a physical therapist with 27 years of experience in outpatient physical therapy. She began her career at St. Joseph Hospital before moving to Portland, Oregon. During her time in in Portland, she began her journey into alternative physical therapy approaches with an emphasis on indirect manual therapy methods. She returned to Ann Arbor in 2004 and worked at Chelsea Community Hospital for 15 years. She also has a private practice as a certified Bowen practitioner and ...
Kim Lindblade

Kim Lindblade
PT, DPT, CMPT

Kim is an experienced outpatient orthopedic and manual therapist with an interest and specialty in spine rehabilitation. Kim’s clinical career began as a physical therapy assistant working in outpatient orthopedics in 2004.  She continued her studies while working and earned her physical therapy degree in 2014.  Kim developed a passion for manual therapy and believes strongly in its value and effectiveness in improving outcomes and helping patients achieve their goals. Kim ...
Lorna King

Lorna King
PT, MPT

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Mark Beissel

Mark Beissel
PT, DPT, FAAOMPT

Mark has 45 years of experience as a physical therapist specializing in manual therapy and orthopedics. He owned Orthopedic Therapy, Inc. in Jackson, Michigan for 35 years and has 10 years in outpatient hospital practice. Recently Mark was a member of the back care team at St. Joseph Mercy Chelsea Hospital, working closely with the orthopedic physicians in physical medicine and rehabilitation. Mark’s special interests include working with acute, chronic, and post-surgical rehabilitation o...
Melissa Hartenstein

Melissa Hartenstein
PT, MPT

Melissa joined the Healing Hands team with over 15 years of outpatient orthopedic experience, 14 of those at Chelsea Community Hospital/St Joseph Mercy - Chelsea.  Melissa places great value in working with a strong team which allows for collaboration with colleagues to find the best treatment techniques to assist patients in becoming the best version of themselves.  Melissa believes patient treatment is successful with a mixture of manual therapy, therapeutic exercise, and education ...
Pam Bennett

Pam Bennett
PT

Pam joined Healing Hands as a physical therapist with over 38 years of experience. Prior to being at Healing Hands, Pam worked at Chelsea Community Hospital for 28 years. During that time, she developed her interest in pelvic floor health. Pam has also worked providing inpatient and outpatient care at both the Ann Arbor Veteran’s Hospital and St. Mary Hospital of Livonia, as well as outpatient care at Woodland Medical Center, and Home Health Care. Pam believes that one of her most im...
Sara Lin

Sara Lin
PT, DPT

Sara’s interest in health and wellness started while she was in high school. She participated in gymnastics, track & field, cross country, and volleyball. Sara’s continued interest in physical activity, health and wellness persisted throughout her undergraduate studies at the University of Michigan. During this time, Sara became certified to be a personal trainer and worked part-time while finishing her degree in cellular and molecular biology.  After graduating, Sara decide...
Andrew Nixon

Andrew Nixon
LMT

On the Healing Hands team since 2016, Andrew has massaged professionally for over nine years and is licensed in massage therapy by the State of Michigan. He regularly works with musicians, athletes, educators, body workers, ​therapists, ​and other individuals whose vocation and lifestyle make heavy demands on their body-minds. Techniques he incorporates into his practice include: Swedish/relaxation massage neuro-muscular therapy myofascial release trigger point release sports massage ...
Rachel Lipsky

Rachel Lipsky
LMT

Rachel’s background and experiences are uniquely diverse. Starting as a music director and educator at a Kibbutz in Israel, she then became a professional instrumental performer, then teaching Hebrew for 23 years at the University of Buffalo. Yet, her strong passion for helping others heal by using holistic modalities led her to train to become a certified yoga teacher and a massage therapist. Rachel has also been fortunate to observe, study under, and trained to treat clients in manual mus...

Office Staff

Judy Aschenbach

Judy Aschenbach
Office Manager

As the office manager, Judy creates a caring and efficient business environment. She works to make your treatment time at Healing Hands a pleasant experience, from your first phone call to your final visit.

Education

Bachelor of Science, 1979, University of Wisconsin – Madison

Continuing Education

Medical Terminology & Coding, 2012, AAPC

Val Towery

Val Towery
Clinical Coordinator
AT, ATC

Rebecca Winnert

Rebecca Winnert
Physical Therapy Aide

Becca’ s interest in health and wellness started during her high school years and was reinforced when she became a collegiate athlete. It was during her college years as a swimmer Becca began to consider a career in physical therapy.     

Becca enjoys working with patients and helping them to progress in their rehabilitation.  One of the things she enjoys most about helping patients is seeing their physical improvements and hearing them express their excitement when they are able to move and do things they were not able to do prior to starting physical therapy.

Becca’s experience as a physical therapy aide at Healing Hands has expanded her knowledge and interest health and wellness.  She is currently applying to physical therapy schools to pursue her degree.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science, Eastern Michigan University, 2019

Judy Aschenbach

Judy Aschenbach
Office Manager

As the office manager, Judy creates a caring and efficient business environment. She works to make your treatment time at Healing Hands a pleasant experience, from your first phone call to your final visit. Education. Bachelor of Science, 1979, University of Wisconsin – Madison Continuing Education. Medical Terminology & Coding, 2012, AAPC
Val Towery

Val Towery
Clinical Coordinator

Rebecca Winnert

Rebecca Winnert
Physical Therapy Aide

Becca’ s interest in health and wellness started during her high school years and was reinforced when she became a collegiate athlete. It was during her college years as a swimmer Becca began to consider a career in physical therapy.      Becca enjoys working with patients and helping them to progress in their rehabilitation.  One of the things she enjoys most about helping patients is seeing their physical improvements and hearing them express their excitement wh...

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