Peter Curtis

Physical Therapist, DPT

DPT – Doctor of Physical Therapy

Peter is a licensed physical therapist in our Kentwood Office. He was born and raised near Caledonia, Michigan, and completed his Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration at Davenport University in 2016. He earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Grand Valley State University in 2019.

Peter has worked with diverse patient populations in pediatric, orthopedic, hospital, and industrial settings. He has a passion for building relationships with patients and helping them reconnect with activities that bring joy and fulfillment. He enjoys providing a patient-centered rehabilitation experience that integrates current evidence and therapeutic approaches into each patient’s plan-of-care. Peter strives to provide personal and individualized treatment to help patients unlock their body’s natural ability for healing, improved function, and increased performance.

In his leisure time, Peter enjoys adventuring with his wife, spending time in nature, kayaking, paddle-boarding, and connecting with friends and family. During the summer months, he can often be found along the beaches of Lake Michigan or on the back porch hosting friends and family.


Doctorate of Physical Therapy

Grand Valley State University 2019

Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration

Davenport University 2016


Sportsmetrics Certified


Blood Flow Restriction

Functional Movement Screen





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

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

I could not be more pleased with how I was treated from start to end at the Rockford branch. Curt is great at giving you time with him, asking the right questions and, just as importantly, explaining the reasons for my treatment regimen to me. I would return to get treatment from him in a heartbeat. Yvette is the best and makes you feel important all the time.  Finally, the “student” staff are a great addition to the overall treatment too, fun to be around and already dedicated.


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