Columbia City Clinic

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THERAPY STAFF

ERIN THOMAS

BIO:

I became a Physical Therapist because I think the human body is amazing and capable of doing so many things. I have a passion for preventative health and living to the fullest.

The best part of my job is helping people meet their functional and physical goals.

Outside of work, I love spending time in nature, with my husband and daughter, and participating in physical activity, including yoga, weightlifting, paddle boarding, and bike riding.

MORGAN SCHULZ

OT

BIO:

I became an Occupational Therapist because I want to help individuals return to their daily lives!

My favorite part of my job is working with the fun staff and patients at Columbia City and Warsaw!

Interesting fact about me, I love to spend time with my husband John, black lab, Atlas, and soon a baby boy in October 🙂 I enjoy traveling, hiking, running and playing board games!

ANGIE OVERDEER

PTA

BIO:

I became a Physical Therapist Assistant because I enjoy helping other people restore better health and improve their quality of life.

The best part of my job is working with people and helping them achieve their goals.

Interesting fact about me is I was privileged to represent Team USA as an athlete competing at the 2001 World Games in Tokyo, Japan for powerlifting! Besides lifting I also enjoy gardening, canoe/kayaking, driving my Jeep and training my german shepherd.

REECE McCART

PT, DPT

BIO:

I became a Physical Therapist because when I shadowed a few PTs during undergrad, I liked the atmosphere and the treatment approach. I’ve always enjoyed learning more about health and the human body, and I wanted a profession that combined this and my desire to solve problems and help others.

The best part of my job is enjoying the fun conversations I have with patients, seeing them get better and have more autonomy over their conditions.

Fun fact about me, I enjoy many different sports/intramurals, but my favorite is ultimate frisbee, which I played competitively through high school, and some in undergrad and grad school.