DPT – Doctor of Physical Therapy
CSCS – Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach
Cert ART – Certified Active Release Technique
Steve is a licensed physical therapist and the center manager of our East Grand Rapids clinic. He grew up in East Grand Rapids, graduated from Hope College, and earned his doctorate in physical therapy from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Steve’s clinical experience culminates from a variety of settings including the Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital, Holland Aquatic Center, US Department of Veteran Affairs, and the Shelbourne Knee Center. This has exposed him to a variety of populations and given him the ability to treat a broad range of conditions. He has a special interest in pre/post-surgical rehabilitation and health/well-being. He has been certified for functional movement screens via the Selective Functional Movement Assessment, as well as soft tissue mobilization using Graston Technique and Active Release Technique. Steve is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, a Blood Flow Restriction Training Provider, a Stick Mobility Trainer, and a Functional Dry Needling Provider. Steve is a firm believer in lifetime learning and he is constantly seeking out opportunities to better his practice with the most current research. Furthermore, Steve played a key role in establishing and credentialing the University of Wisconsin’s Sports Physical Therapy Residency Program. Steve was also greatly involved with the University of Wisconsin’s Physical Therapy Student Pro Bono Clinic, and he would like to continue as a service-oriented member of his community.
Steve is a family man. His greatest joy is being a dad. He and his wife have three boys.
University of Wisconsin-Madison 2014
Hope College 2008
American Institute of Balance
National Strength and Conditioning Association
2000 Burton St SE, Suite 1
Grand Rapids, MI 49506
It’s rare to find a PT office that not only understands and supports your physical needs but also your emotional needs. Injuries are not fun and most of the time recovery is long and hard. Having kind and helpful PTs is HUGE. Thanks, Hulst Jepsen!Angela V.