Angela Sanchez, DPT
Angela was born and raised in Miami, Florida and moved to Michigan In 2016. She graduated at the top of her class with honors with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) from Florida International University in 2011 and she earned her Bachelor of Science in Health Science (BSHS) in 2008. Angela has worked in the hospital setting but primarily worked in outpatient orthopedics and neurological clinics treating a variety of populations. She has worked closely with pediatrics, post-operative conditions, and sports injuries in the "weekend warrior" to athletes at the professional level. She enjoys treating adults and the geriatric population. Angie is certified in Graston Technique, which is highly effective form of manual therapy.
Angie's approach to patient care emphasizes manual therapy, muscle energy techniques (MET) and specific motor control exercises to facilitate her patient’s return to function especially in regards to spinal dysfunction. Current professional interests include advancement of manual therapy skills via Mulligan concept technique.
She is currently licensed as a Physical Therapist in Michigan and Florida and is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA).
Angie enjoys yoga, hiking and traveling in her free time.
Ahmad Alaiwat, DPT
Ahmad Alaiwat graduated from Daemen College in May of 2015 with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. He completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Michigan. He specializes in sports and orthopedic related injuries.
Ahmad has attended numerous continuing education courses related to the diagnosis and treatment of spinal and shoulder pathology. He utilizes various treatment techniques including tool-assisted soft tissue mobilization, mobilization with movement, joint mobilization, McKenzie treatment method, neuromuscular re-education, therapeutic activities, and injury specific therapeutic exercises.
During his off time, Ahmad enjoys playing tennis, golfing, and hiking.