Kendra Walters

Physical Therapist, MSPT, Co-Owner

MSPT – Master of Science in Physical Therapy

Kendra is a licensed physical therapist in our Grandville office where she shares the center manager role with Lisa Vis. Kendra received her Bachelors of Arts degree in Biology and Chemistry from Trinity Christian College and her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from Grand Valley State University. She has experience in various clinical settings including inpatient acute care, home health, school therapy, and outpatient orthopedic rehabilitation.

Since 2001, Kendra’s clinical experiences have been in outpatient orthopedics with an emphasis in general and sports orthopedics. She specializes in post-surgical and athletic extremity injuries, utilizing a functional exercise program in conjunction with strong manual therapy skills. She looks at the whole body and how it relates to the specific injury and develops an individual program for each of her patients. She is certified in Functional Dry needling and also uses Video Gait Analysis to help runners fine tune their stride. She enjoys working with patients of all ages and is devoted to delivering quality care in order to ensure the best outcomes for all of her patients.

Prior to joining the team at HJPT she practiced in Holland, MI where she established herself as a strong manual orthopedic therapist effectively treating musculoskeletal injuries and post-surgical injuries. Kendra now serves the communities surrounding the HJPT Grandville office located on Wilson at 56th Street.


Masters of Science in Physical Therapy

Grand Valley State University 2000

Bachelors of Science in Biology

Trinity Christian College 1997




Functional Dry Needling Practitioner


Dry Needling

Kinesiology Taping

Sports Medicine


Torticollis & Plagiocephaly

Video Gait Analysis



5570 Wilson Avenue, Suite A
Grandville, MI 49418

P: 616-855-1495
F: 616-855-1496

Thank you for your help in my recovery. Wade and Marla have certainly helped me with their therapy after the knee surgery and the broken arm. All of you have been extremely kind as you guided me through the various exercises that have re-energized the many muscles that have helped me walk and get close to normal again. Your smiles, encouragements, the family atmosphere has been very helpful throughout the process. It starts with the smile and welcome that Kayla gives each time I walk in the door. Thanks so much to each of you for your caring attitude.


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