To get you past your pain, injury, or impairment and get back to living your life, you need individualized, results-driven physical therapy. Our therapists have gone beyond the basic physical therapy training to excel in advanced therapeutic intervention. We require extensive, ongoing education of our entire staff, so they are able to provide the most up to date treatments and techniques. We also emphasize patient education, so that once your problem is resolved, you are able to prevent a recurrence of the injury.
Kathryn Wood PT, DPT, OCS, ATC, CSCS
-Master of Science in Physical Therapy (University of Indianapolis)
-Doctor of Physical Therapy (University of Indianapolis)
-APTA Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist
-Certified Athletic Trainer
-NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
-Specialty classes in geriatrics, shoulder,elbow, and spine.
After graduating from Lake Fenton High School, “Dr. Kat” received her BA in Exercise and Health Science from Alma College before going to the University of Indianapolis for her Master of Science in Physical Therapy. After working for a couple years, she went back to the University of Indianapolis to earn her degree as a Doctor of Physical Therapy. She has a wide variety of interests that range across the spectrum of ages. Her own interest in athletics leads to an interest in treating athletes, but she also enjoys working with the older population that is very vibrant in Linden.
Kat has worked in all three offices at one time or another. She spent 5 ½ years in the Fenton clinic before taking over as the director at the Linden clinic in March of 2010. She enjoys the small town atmosphere that Linden offers and maintaining a friendly, relaxed environment in the clinic while striving to help her patients in any way that she can. She continues to attend continuing education conferences to build on her knowledge. She also frequently works to broaden awareness of all that physical therapy has to offer and strives to be an advocate for the profession in the state of Michigan.