Jennifer Alton Clinical Director, PTA, CKTP
Jennifer Alton graduated with honors from Macomb Community College with an Associates Degree in Applied Science, Physical Therapy Assistant in 2005.
Professionally, Jennifer has experience within Orthopedic, pre and post surgical, Vestibular and neurological out patient. In patient experience with Dementia, Alzheimer’s, COPD, and neurological disorders. At our out patient clinic, Jennifer has been a clinical instructor to students from several accredited PTA programs since 2006.
Jennifer has also completed further education classes including Kinesiotaping. KT 1-Fundamental concepts, screening/muscle tests and applications, KT 2-Advanced concept and corrective techniques, and KT 3-Advanced sports applications. She is now state certified as a Kinesiotaping practitioner.
Jennifer has worked as a full time PTA at our Clinton Township location for over 11 years and has enjoyed all the knowledge and experience of working with some of the best Physical Therapist’s in this field! She has truly enjoyed all the great relationships with her patient’s and co-workers over the years and attributes her love for this career to all of them. She will now take on a new and challenging adventure of being the Clinical Director at our Warren clinic. She looks forward to building a great team here at the Warren clinic, and to continue to help others.
Megan Jobes, DPT
Megan Jobes received her Bachelor of Biology with a minor in Psychology from Ferris State University in 2011 and his Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2015 from Oakland University. After graduating, Megan worked in the rehab setting before transitioning to outpatient orthopedic physical therapy. She uses a variety of manual techniques, exercise programs, and patient education individualized to the patient’s needs. Megan is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and strongly believes in furthering her knowledge of physical therapy in order to provide the best care to her patients.
Megan’s interest in physical therapy started when she was a patient following a soccer injury in high school. In addition to physical therapy, Megan enjoys running, hiking, camping, and spending time with friends, family, and her dogs, Dash and Bella.