Dimple Singh, PT, DPT Director of Physical Therapy
Dr. Singh graduated with Bachelor's in Physical Therapy from Government Medical College, Nagpur, Maharashtra, INDIA in 1994. She has earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from EIM Institute of Health Sciences, Kentucky in 2015. She is a Certified weight management specialist, Certified Anodyne Therapy provider and Certified Intone Specialist. She has special interest in utilizing manual therapy and neuromuscular techniques to achieve the best outcomes for the patients. She loves to include innovative technology for effective results and has incorporated Biosway, Anodyne Therapy, and Intone to her current practices. Her next innovative addition to the practice is for low back and running assessments. Dr. Singh has 26 years of experience including acute care, sub acute care, inpatient rehab, home health, TBI, SNF and Outpatient. She found her passion in Outpatient where she can implement her clinical skills to make a difference in the lives of everyone she serves. Her vision is placing the patient first in every visit and interaction and continue to have the human touch and keep the caring heart while providing care. In her spare time, Dr. Singh enjoys quiet evenings, traveling with her family, movies and reading.
Chandra Singh, OTR, OTD Administrator
Chandra graduated as Occupational Therapist from IPH, New Delhi, India in 1992 and has completed his Doctorate in Occupational Therapy with specialization in Pain management at EIM Institute of Health Sciences. To better serve his patients and the community, Chandra has many continuing education courses related to the upper extremities. Chandra gets his inspiration from everyday heroes like firefighters, policemen and those in armed services who go above and beyond for call of duty. In his spare time, Chandra likes to spend time with his wife and 3 kids, traveling, cooking, watching movies and reading. Gregory Frontz, PT
Gregory Frontz, PT
Greg grew up in a small town in southern Ohio, it only had a 4 way stop in town until 1982 and didn't get a McDonalds until 1992. His parents told him that his interest in medicine started fairly young. While reading a book on careers Greg came across the Physical Therapist career and learned it required strong science skills and a compassion to help improve peoples lives, to maximize their potential, it recommended a strong interest in sports and exercise which he was always doing-swimming, golfing, football, wrestling, track and field and more. 300 volunteer hours at the hospital taught Greg the fundamentals of good patient care which he still uses today. Greg graduated from The Ohio State University in 1986 and for his entire career of 32 years, he has continued his education with specialized coursework for treatment of the spine in the McKenzie method. Greg has advanced training in neurodynamic activities for nerve injuries and complex pain syndromes of various types. He has also spent a lot of time studying the hand and arm injuries for injured workers and he is certified in Occupro testing for FCE's and disability testing. When he is not working ,he enjoys the outdoors with hiking, camping, and canoeing with his wife Karen. Greg has three children-30, 28, and 21 yrs old and Greg has 5 grandchildren.
James Kremer, PTA - MI City
Education: He wanted to become a PTA after his mom had her knees replaced and he graduated from Kaskaskia college in May of 2017. Inspiration: James is inspired by the spark when patients under stand what he is talking about and when they come in and have success story throughout the week. James likes odd books and his hero is Cleopatra the 8th, or Mss, Mary Hamilton. Spare Time: James likes to run, go to the gym, and tinker with things in his free time.
Life Principle/PhilosophyLive life one day at a time.
Matt Valois, COTA
Matt has been at COTA for 7 years, has an MBA, and he is currently attending OT school at Grand Valley State University starting this fall. Matt eats a lot of sardines, but do not judge him for that. He takes his personal health and well-being very seriously, which results in him eating weird foods at times. Not that he's defensive about it or anything. As an uber-nerd, Matt enjoys watching/listening to long-form podcasts and playing with his kids. Matt is inspired by his wife because she is always telling him that he doesn't do anything. Control the ageing process, don't let the ageing process control you. This is Matt's philosophy and a therapeutic principle he utilizes while working with his patients. One of Matt's heroes is his father who sustained a serious injury at the hands of a trusted healthcare professional, forcing Matt to do everything he could to ensure what happened to his father wouldn't happen to anyone else.
Martha Davis, PTA
Martha lived in St. Louis for 11 years and moved back to be closer to family. She has been a PTA for 10 years and loves every minute. She graduated from St. Louis community college in 2009. Really complex cases are her favorite to work with because they challenge her to learn and apply new techniques. She loves to hike and it's her happy place. She also enjoys creating things-so painting or refurbishing furniture is fun for her. Martha is a #superaunt! She finds inspiration in lots of things. Mostly- She just wants people to live their best life-and if she can help in any way she usually jumps in feet first to help.
Rebecca (Becky) Dishman, LMT
Becky graduated from American College Massage School in Crown Point IN. in 2015. There she learned about the different types of massages that you can use to help everyone. Becky's favorite type of massage is the Swedish Massage. This one is her favorite because everyone needs to learn how to relax and take care of themselves. Becky is also certified in Reflexology as well. Becky got interested in massage therapy because of her family. Becky has a two boys that play sports and with playing sports you will have sore muscles. One of her sons is also diabetic and as a diabetic, her son needs good circulation especially in the legs and feet. Her husband also cuts down trees for a living, so his arms and shoulder get very sore. Her three boys are the ones that inspire her to keep going and to take on new challenges. In her spare time, Becky likes being with her family and their dog Maggie, & going to sporting events. She also like to garden.