PT; MPT, CERT. DN, CERTIFIED RUNNING GAIT ANALYST; OWNER
Tracy has dreamed of owning her own clinic since receiving her Master's Degree in Physical Therapy at the University of Findlay. She has been working in various positions in physical therapy for over 22 years. Her career first began with a strong emphasis in orthopedic and sports physical therapy but evolved into women's health in 2003. After a few years of experience, she expanded women's health treatment to include the treatment of men. Tracy has really found her niche in this specialized market having practiced in Valparaiso for over 13 years. Her leadership and knowledge have led to her serving as a teaching assistant for pelvic floor education courses, pregnancy courses and treatment of the sacroliliac joint. The IN chapter of the APTA awarded her with the outstanding leader award in 2009. Tracy is certified in providing dry needling treatment to her patients. The most recent certification she obtained as a running gait analyst was prompted by her love of running and belonging to a running group. Tracy takes a lot of continuing education coursework due to her love of learning and striving to provide her patients with the best treatment. In her free time, she enjoys running, yoga, exercise, reading and travelling. She has visited more than 13 countries including her most recent trip to the Holy Land. While there she had the honor of teaching a course to physical therapists and physical therapy students at Bethlehem University. Finding that free time is difficult as she is often found watching her two boys play baseball, soccer, hockey and running track or country.
Becky has been employed in the physical therapy field as an office manager for over 11 years. She has worked with Tracy for most of those years. Becky has fulfilled the role of Billing Manager since the clinic opened in 2017. She mostly enjoys the interaction with patients. In her spare time, Becky enjoys yard work, golfing and cooking. She is enjoying spending time with her two grandchildren.
Front Desk Manager
Debra is a wife, mother of three, and a dog/cat mom. She also loves coffee, the beach, hiking, camping, and all things nature. She has been working in customer service for over 20 years in a wide range of settings. You will always find her with a smile on her face, ready to serve and work hard.
As her children are growing, Debra has taken up a few new adventures. She has
recently joined a local running group training for half marathons. To unwind and use her creativity she has been learning different textile arts.
Gina is excited to join the team at TLC Physical Therapy, bringing her years of education and experience to the group that pioneered pelvic rehabilitation in the region. She developed a passion for physical therapy during her grandmothers’ journey with cancer and chronic pain. She was so impressed by the positive impact rehabilitation had in her family’s life, she returned to graduate school after a decade-long career as an educator and earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2015. Gina began seeing patients for pelvic rehabilitation over seven years ago during a graduate student internship and felt called to help people with these complex issues. Gina has pursued advanced training in pelvic health for all genders including persistent pain, spine care, dry needling, cancer-related fatigue, and neurological rehabilitation. She values life-long learning both for herself, to provide her patient with the best possible care, and for her patients, to help them become informed partners in their care. Outside of work, Gina is an avid gardener and enjoys exploring native plants and unique edibles, dancing, and hiking in the dunes. As a mother to a large family, Gina particularly enjoys working with mothers in any phase of their healing and loves helping patients find ways to take care of themselves among the many demands of work, home, and caregiving that many of us navigate.
Gina es una fisioterapeuta con más de seis años de experiencia en la rehabilitación del suelo pélvico incluyendo: preparación y recuperación post parto, incontinencia, dolor crónico, punción seca, y rehabilitación del cáncer.