Owner, APEX Physical Therapy
Lauren has been a physical therapist for six years. She graduated from the University of Michigan-Flint with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2012. She completed her undergraduate degree in neuroscience from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, where she played ice hockey.
In 2016, Lauren completed a two year residency program in Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy from Oakland University. She is certified in both Graston Technique and KinesioTaping and is a NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.
Lauren treats all orthopedic conditions, from post-surgical to chronic pain. Special interests include treating athletes of all sports, especially hockey players. She strongly believes in bridging the gap between physical therapy and return to sport, ensuring her patients return to the field prepared to compete.
Hayley completed her undergraduate degree also from Oakland University with a BS degree in Health Science and minor in Exercise Science. She then graduated from Oakland University with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2016.
Hayley is currently in the two year residency program in Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy from Oakland University. She will complete this certification in the spring of 2019.
Hayley treats all orthopedic conditions and enjoys working with a variety of patients. She believes that good physical therapy includes a one-on-one, hands on approach to facilitate and allow her patients to achieve their goals.
Owner, Peak Physical Therapy
Amy Gallegos has been a physical therapist in Brighton for 13 years. Amy is a graduate of the University of Michigan - Flint. She started working under the director at Business Health Services, Dr. Dupuy, with worker’s compensation. Amy provided physical therapy as well as pre-hire, ergonomic and on-site evaluations and education seminars to companies in the Livonia area including Northwest Airlines. Amy has provided home care, specializing in motor vehicle accidents involving neurological and orthopedic populations ranging from TBI, RSD and spinal cord injuries to multiple fractures and amputees. She then went back to the orthopedic setting working with all populations including infants, children, student athletes, adults and geriatrics.
Amy’s current treatments include post-surgical, muscular dystrophy, wheelchair bound, balance training, dynamic strengthening, BPPV, core strengthening, basic yoga and pilates training. She also has a strong interest in treating headaches, TMJ/jaw pain, and complex chronic pain cases.
Howie is a Black Lab mix rescue from New Orleans. He lives with his owner, Lauren, and is a certified therapy dog from Therapy Dogs International.