Why physical therapy?
"I've come to appreciate physical therapy even more over the years because it's so positive. Helping people get out of pain, boosting their mobility, giving them support and understanding - those are rewarding aspects of what I do. I'm so committed it because it's all about helping people feel better so they can get back to living their lives."
Our partnership means improved care for you.
Cindy Flosi and I have been working together for years. Today in our Des Plaines and Riverwood clinics, we are able to give patients the kind of care we both believe in. We are united in our committment to give you the time, the one-on-one attention and the support that we feel makes all the difference in your results. And no matter which one of us you're working with, you'll benefit from our combined experience and skills - and from the partnership we've created. We work closely together for each patient's best outcome, and we grow and learn from one another every day. I believe you'll appreciate the benefits of our partnership, too.
Education, Teaching Experience and Advanced Training
Bachelor of Science:
Physical Therapy, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Certified Competancy in Vestibular Rehabilitation (Herdman Method)
Neurodevelopmental Treatment Approach for Adult Hemiplegia,
Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment of the Spine (McKenzie),
Weight Trainer, Cerified by the International Weightlifting Association,
Certified Pilates Instructor
American Physical Therapy Association,
Advisory Board Member - Susan Elk Filstead Stroke and Epilepsy Foundation
Vestibular Disorders Association (Vestibular.org)
VEDA Vestibular Disorders Association, McKenzie Institute
Continuing Education Courses for Physical and Occupational Therapists on:
"Systematic Evaluation and Treatment of the Rehabilitation Patient"
"Pilates for Rehabilitation"
Former Instructor in Physical Therapy, University of Wisconsin, La Crosse,
Former Instructor Lab Courses at Northwestern University and Midwestern University
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