Lisa Chase
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Lisa Chase, PT, OMPT is an internationally recognized physical therapist, educator, lecturer and published author. Lisa's entrepreneur spirit, compassion for helping people and love for teaching brings a wealth of knowledge to her patients incorporating over 19 years of physical therapy and sports medicine experience. Lisa received her Bachelor's Degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Pittsburgh in 1991 and a post graduate certification in advanced orthopedic manual therapy in 1995.

Lisa has worked in a variety of clinical settings including owning Back to Normal Physical Therapy, Inc. since 1998 where she provides expertise in integrative physical therapy with particular interest in:
       
      o Comprehensive, holistic, one on one
         approach addressing whole person
         while focusing on area of injury
         to achieve total body balance
         and wellness 
     o Patient care management with team
        approach
     o Hands on osteopathic manual
        therapy and corrective movement
        exercise strategies
     o Injury Prevention and Recurrent
        Injury Management
     o Spine, sports and orthopedics
     o Aquatic rehabilitation 

Over the past 9 years, Lisa served as the Director, Sport Sciences and Medicine Athlete Care and Primary Health Care Provider for the Sony Ericsson WTA (Women Tennis Association) Tour, where she worked closely with professional athletes and medical teams around the world bringing cutting edge services and programs to the field of sports medicine, woman’s health and tennis. Covering tournaments such as Australian Open, Roland Garros, Wimbledon and the US Open, Lisa worked one on one with athletes, coaches, health and fitness specialists providing comprehensive care to help prevent injuries, decrease recovery time from injuries and optimize performance. She has also served as the Primary Health Care Provider for the International Tennis Federation during the 2004 Olympics.

Lisa is an Adjunct Clinical Professor at Michigan State University, in the College of Osteopathic Medicine, where she has been an instructor to physicians and physical therapists since 1998. She has conducted press interviews, appeared as regular guest speaker on TV show Prescription for Health, is a speaker at internationally conferences and contributes to publications including several books on Aquatic Therapy and Rehabilitation. Lisa is a member of the Orthopedic and Women's Section of the American Physical Therapy Association and the Society for Tennis Medicine and Science. She was selected in 2009 as an Honored Member of the Biltmore Who's Who Executive and Professional Registry to recognize her commitment to excellence in the sports, entertainment and healthcare industries.

 

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