Alicia Shepard

Physical Therapist, DPT, MSHA

DPT – Doctor of Physical Therapy
MSHA  – Masters of Science in Health Administration

Alicia is a licensed physical therapist at our Greenville location. She attended Michigan State University during her undergraduate studies, graduating in 2013 with her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology.  She then went on to earn her Doctor of Physical Therapy and Masters of Science in Health Administration degrees in 2017 from Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in Chicago, Illinois.

Alicia enjoys seeing a variety of conditions and all different ages throughout her day. She has further training and experience in patients with balance deficits, Parkinson’s, vestibular issues, dry-needling, post-surgical, and sports injuries. She enjoys getting to know her patients and creating relationships throughout treatments, always hoping to keep things as light hearted and fun as possible. Her favorite part about being a physical therapist is seeing her patient’s smile at discharge or “graduation day.”

In her free time, Alicia loves to spend time with her husband, family, and friends. She enjoys being on the go whether it is camping, boating, or traveling all over Michigan and the world. However, nothing beats hanging out at home with her pets and a sporting event or good TV show.

Education

Doctorate of Physical Therapy

Rosalid Franklin University of Medicine and Science 2017

Master of Science in Health Administration

Rosalid Franklin University of Medicine and Science 2017

Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology

Michigan State University 2013

Certifications

Sportsmetrics Certified

Specialties

Balance Training and Fall Prevention

Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation

Dry Needling

Hulst Jepsen Physical Therapy @ Home

Sportsmetrics™

Vestibular Rehabilitation

Locations

Greenville

2425 W. Washington Street, Suite B
Greenville, MI 48838

P: 616-225-2325
F: 616-225-2366

I had the pleasure of interacting with the entire staff in Cutlerville during my treatment. Everyone made the recovery process very tolerable, despite the “fears” of therapy that we patients/clients go through.

Joe

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