Kristina Simons

Physical Therapist, DPT

DPT – Doctor of Physical Therapy

Kristina is a licensed physical therapist working in the Caledonia office. She is originally from Mount Pleasant and completed her undergraduate work at Hope College with a Bachelors of Art in Exercise Science in 2007. Kristina earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Central Michigan University in 2010. Her experiences include several years of continuing education to treat orthopedic injuries, pediatrics patients, geriatric patients, patients with neurological diagnosis especially people with Parkinson’s Disease, patients with acute and chronic pain, and patients who have undergone various post-operative procedures.

Kristina has a strong passion for working with a variety of different ages including pediatrics, novice through high end collegiate athletes, and geriatrics. Kristina’s philosophy for treating an individual is to look above and below the complaint of pain and to take a whole body, systematic approach to evaluation and treatment. Kristina is certified in Intramuscular Manual Therapy (Dry Needling) and in LSVT BIG. Kristina’s professional aspirations are to be a life-long learner and to continue to develop as a therapist to better serve her patients and the community.

In Kristina’s leisure time, she enjoys being outside and staying active. She enjoys running, biking, and swimming. Kristina loves to travel and visit new places. She and her husband especially enjoy golfing together.

Education

Doctorate of Physical Therapy

Central Michigan University, 2010

Bachelor of Arts in Exercise Science

Hope College, 2007

Certifications

Functional Dry Needling Practitioner

LVST BIG Certified

Specialties

Balance Training and Fall Prevention

Dry Needling

Sports Medicine

Torticollis & Plagiocephaly

Locations

Caledonia

9028 N. Rodgers Dr, Suite J
Caledonia, MI 49316

P: 616-891-0600
F: 616-891-0660

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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