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Covington, LA 70433
Stephen is a founding therapist and owner of Dynamic Physical Therapy. He is a Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant and graduated from the PTA program at Delgado in 1995. Stephen's professional career started with inpatient and outpatient neurologic rehabilitation. He has served as the former treasurer and president of the American Society of Safety Engineers. Stephen is certified in aquatic therapy, TMJ, vestibular therapy, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization, Kinesiotaping and administering Worksteps. Stephen is a member of the Louisiana Physical Therapy Association, American Physical Therapy Association and is a Private Practice section member. He treats a variety of patients but has a keen interest in patients with challenging shoulder problems that may stop them from doing what they love. He has developed a specialized Scoliosis program and achieved amazing results with people of all ages. His specialties and experience have led him to a passion for mentoring fellow clinicians. In his spare time, Stephen fishes competitively, enjoys working out in the gym and spending time with his family.
Michelle is a founding therapist and owner of Dynamic Physical therapy. She graduated from the physical therapy program at LSU Medical School of Allied health in 1995. She opened the Westbank clinic in 2000, seven years later she opened the Covington clinic. Michelle is certified in treating Women's Health and pelvic floor, TMJ and vestibular conditions, aquatics, performing functional capacity evaluations, and return to work screens. Michelle started her specialty training with continuing education through Herman and Wallace for treatment of incontinence, pelvic pain, prolapse and obstetrics in 1996. Michelle assisted in the development of the Woman’s Health Program at a large teaching hospital in New Orleans with OB/GYN and Urology Department heads. She continued with extensive training through the APTA’s Section on Women’s Health including obstetric health, women’s and men's pelvic health and with ISSWSH focusing on Women's Sexual Health. Michelle is a member of SIWSH, Southern Institute for Women’s Sexual Health. She has been practicing and mentoring Physical Therapists with specializations in musculoskeletal disorders of the spine and extremities, as well as pelvic pain and dysfunction. Currently her practice offers treatment to address all components of pelvic health focusing on pelvic pain, bowel and bladder dysfunction, pregnancy and post-partum, post-surgery, post-cancer, aging, and sexual dysfunction across the lifespan. Michelle is on the advisory board for LSUHSC in New Orleans.