Kimberly Boyd, MA, CCC-SLPB.A. Audiology and Speech Sciences, Michigan State University; M.A. Speech-Language Pathology, Central Michigan UniversityKimberly specializes in speech and language and dysphagia and is a member of the American Speech & Hearing Association (ASHA).
Kuirsta Carlson, MPTB.S. Physical Education, Hope College; B.A. Health Science, Masters of Physical Therapy, University of Michigan - Flint Kuirsta is a Certified Infant Massage Instructor and Child Passenger Safety Technician. Her specialty areas of practice include torticolis, serial casting, Bal-A-Vis X, and aquatic therapy.
Angela Chapman, MOT, OTRLB.S. Health Science, Baker College; Masters of Occupational Therapy, Baker College Center for Graduate StudiesAngela is affiliated with the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) and the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT). She is certified in Integrative Listening Systems. Angela enjoys all areas of pediatric development and working closely with Patients and their families. She also is a fieldwork educator for both Level I and Level II students. Angela's special interest areas include manual therapeutic techniques, sensory processing, mental health, and research.
Kendra L. Dunham, OTRLB.S. Athletic Training and Masters of Occupational Therapy Saginaw Valley State UniversityKendra's areas of specialty include Constraint Induced Movement Therapy, sensory techniques, casting, splinting, and developmental play. Her specialty areas of treatment include Brachial Plexus and scar management. Kendra is certified in Integrative Listening Systems with a specialty certification in autism.
Andrea Evancho, MPT, PCSB.S. Health Services, Masters of Physical Therapy, Grand Valley State UniversityAndrea is a board-certified Pediatric Clinical Specialist by the American Physical Therapy Association. Her specialty areas of practice include caring for Patients in the RNICU, Pediatric orthopedics, serial casting, child passenger restraints, infant population 0-6 months, inpatient and outpatient care, and she serves as an electronic medical record Supervisor.
Christina Listermann, MA, CCC-SLPB.S. Foreign Area Studies, United States Military Academy West Point; B.A Communication Disorders, Michigan State University; M.A. Speech-Language Pathology, Michigan State UniversityChristina specializes in pediatric speech and language and adult speech and language. She is a member of the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA) and the Michigan Speech-Language Association (MSHA).
Nadine Methner, MA-CCCB.A. Audiology and Speech Sciences, Michigan State University;, M.A. Speech and Language Pathology, Michigan State UniversityNadine specializes in the care of dysphagia in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), traumatic brain injuries, and speech & language delay/disorders. She also participates in Sparrow's Cleft Palate Clinic and videoflouoroscopy swallow studies and is a member of the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA).
Carrie Nagayda, MA, CCC-SLP/LB.S. Speech Language Pathology/Audiology, Elementary Education and Spanish; Masters of Speech Language Pathology, Western Michigan University Carrie specializes in speech and language disorders, bilingualism, augmentative and alternative communication, traumatic brain injury, pediatrics, special education and autism. She is a member of the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA) and the Michigan Speech-Language Association (MSHA).
Todd O'Brien, MOT, OTR/LB.S Science, Eastern Michigan University; M.A. Occupational Therapy, Eastern Michigan UniversityTodd is board-certified in Occupational Therapy and is an Integrative Listening Systems (ILS) advanced practitioner who specializes in sensory processing disorders, autism, developmental play, and vision therapy. Todd also serves as a fieldwork educator.
Kellie Peck, DPTB.S. Health Sciences, Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Grand Valley State UniversityKellie completed the Mary Free Bed Guild Residency in Pediatric Physical Therapy in 2011-12. Her specialty areas of practice include torticollis and kinesiotaping.
Megan Primel, PT, DPTDPT Program, University of Michigan - FlintMegan has experience with pediatric-specific treatment and diagnosis, theraputic taping, and biomechanics. Her specialty areas of practice include orthopedics and Integrative Learning Systems (ILS) treatment.
Tonya Taylor, MPTB.A. Physical Education - Sports Science, Albion College; Masters of Physical Therapy, University of UtahTonya specializes in the care of Patients in the RNICU and acute rehabilitation in addition to outpatient rehabilitation services. Her specialty area of practice includes infants 0-12 months, brachial plexus injury, torticollis, kinesiotaping, and serial casting. Tonya is also a National Certified Child Passenger Safety Technician with special needs training. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA).
Rebekah Kanser, MOTRLB.S. Education, Physical Education and Health Education, Central Michigan University; Masters in Occupational Therapy, Baker CollegeRebekah is board-certified in Occupational Therapy by the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy, Bal-A-VIX certified, ILS certified, and Michigan Highway and Safety Patrol car seat certified. She specializes in sensory processing disorder, autism, developmental play, and serves as the occupational therapy education coordinator for Michigan's OT programs.
Gina Tower, MA, CCC, SLPB.A. Speech and Hearing Sciences, Michigan State University;, M.A. Communicative Science and Disorders, Michigan State UniversityGina specializes in speech and language, fluency dysphagia, and conducts video swallow studies.