Welcome to

Evergreen Physical Therapy

Here at Evergreen Physical Therapy your recovery is our mission. It’s as simple as that! We have committed our careers to offering the most effective and efficient path to your recovery. Our clinicians are dedicated lifelong learners sharing new knowledge and skills with each other. This culture of clinical continuing education and teamwork provide the foundation of our company and your recovery.

Here you will also experience:

  • Open friendly environment
  • Insurance verification (no hidden fees)
  • Flexible scheduling with early morning and after work availability
  • Initial appointments offered within 24-48 hours
  • Easy access and parking
  • Highly trained and experienced staff

Mission: Evergreen Physical Therapy is dedicated to providing quality personalized rehabilitation services, self care and wellness to the general population as well as specific individualized care in the areas of sports medicine, occupational injuries and prevention, pre and post orthopedic surgical care.

Vision: Evergreen Physical Therapy will offer patients the most optimal combination of rehab care and self care available in the community and will be the provider of choice by medical care professionals.

Evergreen staff celebrating Halloween at the clinic.

Student Showcase
Kristi

Meet Kristi…

Q: What college are you attending? What is your expected graduation date?
A: I am currently attending Central Michigan University. I will graduate in May of 2017.

Q: How long is your clinical with Evergreen?
A: 6 weeks.

Q: Who is your CI?
A: Charles Zelkowski DPT.

Q: What do you hope to learn or discover in your clinical? Special interests?
A: I hope to learn how to pull everything I have been learning in school together to provide quality physical therapy to patients. My interest is in working with young athletes who are recovering from injuries so they can return to their sport.

Q: When not studying, how do you recharge?
A: I recharge by being active outside through running and playing sand volleyball.

Aaron

Meet Aaron…

Q. What college are you attending? What is your expected graduation date?
A. I am attending Central Michigan University. My expected graduation date is May 2017

Q. How long is your clinical with Evergreen?
6 weeks.

Q. Who is your CI?
Nolan McIntosh.

Q. What do you hope to learn or discover in your clinical? Special interests?
I am hoping to learn and discover multiple treatment and therapeutic interventions for diverse patient populations. I have a large interest in working in an outpatient orthopedic facility as well as working in prosthetic rehabilitation with amputee patients.

Q. When not studying, how do you recharge?
I enjoy exercising, playing sports, listening to music, reading, and spending time with my friends and family in my rare time-off.

Aaron

Meet Jacob…

Q. What college are you attending? What is your expected graduation date?
A. I am attending Central Michigan University. My expected graduation date is May 2017.

Q. How long is your clinical with Evergreen?
My clinical with Evergreen is 6 weeks.

Q. Who is your CI?
My CI is Jill Crosby DPT

Q. What do you hope to learn or discover in your clinical? Special interests?
I hope top learn how to perform manual therapy in a way in which I am helping the patients through their injury, but not babying them. Learning how hard to push or stretch can only be learned through experience. I hope to get as much experience in this as I can. I would like to eventually specialize in manual therapy.

Q. When not studying, how do you recharge?
I recharge by doing physical activity whether that be sports, going for
walks, or hiking.