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Our team at Great Lakes Physical Therapy will always greet you with a smile and do our best to make you feel at home.  We pride ourselves on our commitment to care for each and every patient with the utmost compassion and professionalism.  We will do our best to make your therapy treatment as pleasant and successful as possible. We want to thank our community and all of our patients for choosing us for your therapy needs and allowing us to be a part of your lives.

Jeff Eaton PT, FAFS, Cert. DN, Cert. SMT, Dip. Osteopractic

Jeff received his Master of Science in Physical Therapy degree from Grand Valley State University in 2002 and started GLPT in 2008.  He completed the manual therapy series of courses through the University of St. Augustine in 2005 including; Advanced Evaluation and Manipulation of Pelvic, Lumbar, and Thoracic Spine; Functional Analysis and Management of the Lumbo-Pelvic-Hip Complex; and Extremity Evaluation and Manipulation. He earned the Fellowship of Applied Functional Science designation through the Gray Institute and is a Golf Performance Specialist.  He is certified in Balance-Based Torso-Weighting.  He is certified in Dry Needling for Craniofacial, Cervicothoracic and Upper Extremity Conditions as well as lumbopelvic and lower extremity conditions through the American Academy of Manipulative Therapy. Jeff has completed the Diploma in Osteopractic series of courses through the American Academy of Manipulative Therapy including 9 classes and spinal manipulation certification with over 177 contact hours in spinal/extremity manipulation, dry needling, differential diagnosis, and instrument assisted soft tissue massage. Jeff is a member of the American/Michigan Physical Therapy Associations.

In his free time, Jeff enjoys laughing with family and friends, reading, kiteboarding and boat racing.  “Life is full of moments of bliss.”

Music is the movement of sound to reach the soul for the education of its virtue.  -Plato

Lisa Radosa PT, FAFS

Lisa joined Great Lakes Physical Therapy in 2009, bringing 10 years prior experience as an orthopedic physical therapist.

Lisa earned her Bachelor of Science degree and her Master in Physical Therapy degree from Central Michigan University.  She has pursued additional education through the University of St. Augustine and has completed the Fellowship in Applied Functional Science through The Gray Institute.

Lisa feels fortunate to be working with an amazing team in a profession that helps improve people’s lives on a daily basis.  She enjoys working with patients of all ages, but has a soft spot for the older generation.  Lisa’s goal is for each person to have a positive rehabilitation experience.

In her free time, Lisa enjoys shopping, traveling, reading, relaxing on or around any body of water, flower gardening and spending time with family.

Randy Prince PT, FAFS

Randy joined Great Lakes Physical Therapy in 2010, at which time he had 10 years prior experience in physical therapy.

Randy received his Master of Science in Physical Therapy degree from Grand Valley State University.  He has completed the Fellowship of Applied Functional Science and is a Golf Performance Specialist.

Randy states, “I enjoy treating complex, uncommon diagnoses and simple hurts.  I treat pain that is mysterious, obvious, and surgical.”

Randy enjoys working alongside his fun colleagues, letting Christ care for his soul, raising chickens, and getting owned by his kids in a good game of Wii.

Robin Wilcox PT

Robin joined Great Lakes Physical Therapy in October of 2012, bringing 12 years of prior experience.

Robin graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy degree from Grand Valley State University.   Her coursework included an out-patient orthopedic emphasis, principally in osteopathic manual therapy.  She is currently pursuing a McKenzie Certification.

Robin began her career as a physical therapist at a large hospital facility, where she was able to gain a very diverse range of experience.  This experience includes, but is not limited to, Neo-Natal Physical Therapy, Cardiac Rehabilitation, return to work programs, and experience in out-patient physical therapy settings.

Robin places great emphasis on treatment promoting patient self-management, empowering each patient with the tools essential in dealing with individual health care issues.

Robin loves spending time outdoors camping, running, biking, hiking, and gardening.  She states that she especially loves spending time with her wonderful husband and 3 lovely daughters.

Peter Curtis PT

Peter joined Great Lakes Physical Therapy in fall of 2021. He was born and raised near Caledonia, Michigan, and completed his B.A. 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.

Daniel Hanks PT

Dan joined Great Lakes Physical Therapy in March of 2022. Dan was raised in Muskegon, MI and graduated from Grand Valley State University with his doctorate of physical therapy (DPT) in 2015. He is continuing his education in dry needling and manual therapy. Dan has worked in outpatient facilities in the area since beginning his career. He enjoys motivating patients through the power of movement as “movement is medicine”. His goal for every patient is to have an enjoyable experience with their recovery during their time at Great Lakes Physical Therapy. In his leisure time, Dan enjoys spending time with his family, exercising, and watching a good movie.

Sarah Veldman PT, DPT, Cert. MDT

Sarah joined Great Lakes Physical Therapy in May of 2022. She grew up in Coopersville, MI.  Sarah attended Grand Valley State University where she received her B.S. in Exercise Science in 2016 and Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2019. Sarah has worked in the outpatient setting and has experience working with individuals with orthopedic, neurologic, and cardiopulmonary conditions. She has completed extensive training in the “McKenzie Method” and is a credentialed MDT (Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment) clinician. She also has training in dry needling and enjoys using that as a treatment tool. Other areas of interest include sports rehabilitation, Parkinson’s wellness and rehabilitation, and treatment of spinal conditions.

Sarah enjoys being a physical therapist because she is able to build relationships with people and help them work toward their goals and get back to doing what they love and enjoy. She also understands how important it is to have a good team supporting you through injury, illness, and/or pain so that you can move towards healing holistically. When she is not working, Sarah enjoys being with her friends, gardening, hiking, camping, reading, watching or playing sports, and playing with her dog, Zita.

Wendy Bohning PTA

Wendy brought 14 years of experience with her when she joined Great Lakes Physical Therapy in October of 2015.  Wendy is a physical therapy assistant.  She completed her Physical Therapy Assistant AAS degree in 2002, with high honors, from Oakton Community College in Des Plaines, Illinois.

Wendy has advanced training in the McKenzie approach to the treatment of the spine.  She enjoys working with patients with a variety of health issues but finds that she has experienced the greatest impact while working on patients with problems of the feet that are able to return to a normal life after treatment.

Wendy has been a member of the American Physical Therapy Association for 16 years and has received the “Recognition of Advanced Proficiency in Musculoskeletal Physical Therapy” award from the association.

Wendy enjoys bicycling, hiking, kayaking, scuba diving, and gardening.

Heather Art PTA

Heather joined Great Lakes Physical Therapy as a physical therapy assistant in September of 2018. Heather graduated from Baker College in 2012 and has a very diverse set of skills.  She has worked in acute care, long term care, and home care.  The majority of her experience has been in an outpatient setting.   Heather is certified in applied functional science (CAFS) through the Gray Institute.

It is Heather’s goal to get her patients back to their normal daily living activities as soon as possible, with as little pain as possible, and make sure they have fun getting there.  She strives to make them feel comfortable with her while developing a trusting patient/provider relationship with them.

In her free time, Heather enjoys camping, biking, running, hanging out with friends and family, and eating sweets!

Deanna Meyers PTA

Deanna joined our team as a physical therapist assistant in December of 2019 with 10 years of experience.  She graduated from Baker College of Muskegon in 2009.  Deanna has had the opportunity to work in many different areas of physical therapy.  She has experience with acute and stroke rehabilitation, in-patient and out-patient rehabilitation, and wound care.  She enjoys being able to help her patients return to their highest level of function but finds the most joy in rehabilitating orthopedic patients.

When not at work, Deanna enjoys spending time on her farm caring for all her animals, being with her husband and kids, horseback riding, cooking, and snowmobiling.

Laura Nelson PTA

Laura began working with Great Lakes Physical Therapy in May of 2022, as a physical therapy assistant (PTA).  She graduated from Macomb Community College in Clinton Township, MI. Laura has worked in outpatient facilities and as a travel PTA. Her goal is to connect with each patient and help the patient reach his/her own personal goals.  In her free time, Laura enjoys traveling, hunting, ice skating and playing music.

Andrew Janusiewicz Clinical Assistant

Andrew joined Great Lakes Physical Therapy in July of 2022, as a Clinical Assistant. Andrew completed his bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Grand Valley State University.  Prior to joining our team, Andrew worked as a fitness trainer performing personal and group training. Andrew enjoys working with athletes and has experience helping people from many different backgrounds reach their fitness goals. He is excited to work alongside everyone at Great Lakes Physical Therapy to continue helping people improve. Outside of work, Andrew enjoys exercising, especially resistance training, hiking, and spending time with friends.

Cynthia Revilla CPA, Finance/HR Director

Cynthia first joined Great Lakes Physical Therapy in 2012. Cynthia is the Finance/HR Director. In this role she is responsible for the financial operations of the company, as well as human resource administration.

Cynthia is a certified public accountant and a member of the Michigan Association of Certified Public Accountants, as well as the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. After graduating from Grand Valley State University, she spent most of her career in public accounting, several years of which were spent operating her own public accounting practice. She has also held the positions of Controller and Chief Financial Officer in the private sector.

Cynthia enjoys camping, traveling, reading, gardening, and spending time with family.

Juanita Kulczyski Billing/Office Manager

Juanita joined Great Lakes Physical Therapy in 2010.  Juanita is the Billing/Office manager and has over ten years of management experience. In this position, she is responsible for leading and implementing all billing operations, as well as overseeing the day-to-day operations of the front office.

Juanita attended Ross Medical Education Center in 2004, where she graduated with high honors. She then went on to complete billing and coding classes available through Muskegon Community College and the American Academy of Professional Coders.  She is a current member of the American Academy of Professional Coders.

When Juanita is not at the office, she enjoys spending time with her family, gardening, golfing, reading, and fishing.

Anna Schaadt Administrative Assistant

Anna joined Great Lakes Physical Therapy in September of 2021. Anna is an Administrative Assistant and can be found at the front desk or out in the gym assisting the therapists.

Anna attended Muskegon Community College and graduated with an associate’s degree in 2020. She has several years of customer service experience and enjoys creating a positive environment for patients.

When Anna is not in the office, she enjoys reading, cooking, completing home projects, and spending time with her family and friends

Sarah Wulff Administrative/Billing assistant

Sarah joined Great Lakes Physical Therapy in May of 2021 as an Administrative/Billing assistant.  In this position, Sarah may be up front helping with the day-to-day office functions or in the back assisting the office/billing manager with billing.

Sarah has attended ASM Tech Early College Program, Ross Medical Education Center, and Davenport University.

When Sarah is not at the office, she enjoys spending time with her family, watching documentaries, camping, fishing, hunting, and volunteering at the Oceana County Animal Friends.

What our patients are saying...

At Great Lakes Physical Therapy, I received a dedicated team who gave me hope and a path resulting in the best outcome, which has me functional and independent again. It has been quite an extraordinary, supportive experience over several months with results I didn’t know would even be possible.

- Kellie G.