Marium Groth

Physical Therapist, DPT, CAFS

DPT – Doctor of Physical Therapy
CAFS – Certified Applied Functional Science

Marium is a licensed physical therapist at our Kentwood location. She graduated from Michigan State University in 2005 with a Bachelor of Science in Lyman Briggs Physiology. She then received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Michigan in 2009.

Marium began her career in an inpatient rehabilitation setting at Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital, working with individuals with spinal cord injuries, neurological deficits, and multiple traumas. She has extensive experience and training for motor recovery after neurological injury along with custom wheelchair fitting and specialized equipment ordering. Marium also has experience working with post-surgical orthopedic patients, amputees, repetitive injuries, individuals with vestibular and balance dysfunction, and the pediatric population.

Marium enjoys working in outpatient orthopedics and utilizes an eclectic, hands-on approach to treat her patients. She has completed all four courses of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy through the McKenzie Institute for treating the cervical spine, lumbar spine, and extremities. She is certified in RockTape Functional Movement Techniques, Graston Technique, and Applied Functional Science from the Gray Institute for movement analysis and treatment. She is an Integrative Dry Needling practitioner. She incorporates a holistic approach to the body and is passionate about seeing patients return to health and wholeness so that they can enjoy the fullness of life.

In her spare time, Marium enjoys being active, biking, spending time with her family and friends, learning about different cultures, and traveling to foreign countries.  She is also a certified Revelation Wellness® Instructor and enjoys teaching group fitness classes and encouraging others to pursue wellness.


Doctorate of Physical Therapy

University of Michigan-Flint 2009

Bachelor of Science in Lyman Briggs Physiology

Michigan State University 2005


Fascial Movement Taping 1 and 2

Graston Technique

Preferred Provider

Gray Institute Certified Applied Functional Science

APTA Certified Clinical Instructor


Amputee Rehabilitation

Balance Training and Fall Prevention

Concussion Management


Dry Needling

Functional Movement Screen

Graston Technique

Headache Temporomandibular Dysfunction (TMD)

Kinesiology Taping

Shockwave Therapy


Torticollis & Plagiocephaly

Vestibular Rehabilitation

Video Gait Analysis



2120 43rd St SE, Suite 100
Grand Rapids, MI 49508

P: 616-281-1144
F: 616-281-1221

They were very patient and in tune with my concerns and helpful in explaining what the different exercises were and how they would help me. I’m now at a place with my recovery where I am able to continue on my own. My whole experience was very positive.

Judith E.

How Can Marium Help Treat Your Pain?