Rick Olderman MSPT, CPT graduated with his Master’s degree from The Krannert School of Physical Therapy at the University of Indianapolis in 1996. Rick has written the popular Fixing You® (www.FixingYou.net) series of books to help people with chronic pain or injuries (Available on Amazon), is currently finishing certification as a Hanna Somatics Educator, is an ACE certified personal trainer, a Pilates instructor, and is certified in Therapeutic Dry Needling. Rick’s unique approach to helping people involves re-educating their nervous system and body to correct painful movement habits. To learn more about Rick, visit RickOlderman.com.
Lara Jerzycki PT, DPT, ATC graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2002 with degrees in Kinesiology and Applied Physiology as well as Sociology. While at CU, Lara was a student athletic trainer and worked with the football and women’s soccer teams and went on to earn her National Athletic Trainer Certification in 2003. Lara graduated with her doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from Regis University in 2008 and has worked in a variety of settings as a physical therapist but her passion lies in outpatient orthopedics. When she is not working, Lara enjoys running, reading, and spending time with her husband and their dog and two cats.
Jill Humphreys PT, DPT graduated from Quinnipiac University with her doctorate in physical therapy. Her experience running on a collegiate team is a valuable asset she applies to her outpatient orthopedic practice and is excited to share her passion for sports and running. When she isn't working, she enjoys running and hiking with her dog.
Tess Steele PT, DPT, originally from Columbus, Ohio, earned her Bachelors of Science in Interdisciplinary Health Services at St. Joseph's University in Philadelphia, followed by her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from The Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota in 2016. Through her education, Tess has become well-versed in biomechanics, certified in integrative dry needling and fitting for foot orthotics. Tess's training has instilled an excellent background in movement, manual therapy, and function, and she has developed the skills to identify the underlying dysfunction & determine the true cause of pain. Empowerment, education and awareness are the benchmark elements she provides throughout her practice. Teaching others how to move in their own bodies and return to their desired activity level is her personal passionate goal. Outside of work, Tess has a great love for the outdoors, travel, and adventure, as well as spending time with friends and family.