Dr. Kevin Reusch, PT, DPT

Kevin graduated from Northern Illinois University in 2011 with a Bachelor’s of Health and Human Sciences. He attended Louisiana State University and earned a Master’s of Science in Kinesiology, the study of human movement in 2014. He graduated again from Northern Illinois University in 2017 with a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. 


Kevin has training in Graston Technique (instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization), blood flow restriction training, kinesiotaping, and myofascial release with cupping. Kevin is passionate to continue learning and is interested in concussion management from sport or trauma.


Kevin lives and active lifestyle and is interested in outdoor recreational activities and sports. In the summer time, Kevin enjoys hiking, playing recreational sports, and getting out on the water with a paddle board. In the winter months, Kevin enjoys snowboarding and snow shoeing. In athletics, Kevin is passionate about soccer and football. He also is active with MMA and CrossFit.


Kevin believes in a manual based physical therapy approach to facilitate healing. Through his experience, hands on therapeutic interventions have made real time and lasting changes for his clients. Whatever your needs, Kevin wants to help you get back to your lifestyle and maintain health long-term.

Dr. Tammi Stewart, PT, DPT, MTC, GTS, LAT, ATC

Tammi graduated from Georgia College & State University with her Bachelor of Science in Health Education: Athletic Training and became a certified athletic trainer (ATC) in 2007. She graduated from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) in 2009. Tammi also received her Manual Therapy Certification (MTC) from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in 2015. 

Tammi is a Certified Graston Technique Specialist, (GTS) (instrument assisted myofascial release more commonaly know as scraping). Tammi also holds a certification in Blood flow restriction training from Owens Recovery Science and has additiona training in kinesiotaping, Feldenkrais method, stimulation of Ruffini mechanoreceptors/neurostructural re-integration, cupping myofascial release, and intraoral myofascial release.

Tammi was a USA competitive swimmer and has a special interest in soccer, snowboarding, hiking and snowshoeing and especially enjoys spending time outside with her two little girls, husband and dog. 

Tammi believes that physical therapy should focus on preventing injuries and maximizing athletic performance to avoid as many injuries as possible. Some injuries are unavoidable, but many injuries can be prevented with targeted mobilization, stretching and strengthening. Tammi founded this practice to do just that!