Renee Przystas, PT, FAFS

Physical Therapist

Following her love of the color green, Renee earned her Bachelors degree in Kinesiology and Exercise Science from Michigan State University before completing her doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from Central Michigan University. Upon graduating, she began working for i’move and has become a strong advocate for the transformative effect of physical therapy, empowering others to be healthy and active. Renee’s clinical interests include sports medicine and the endurance athlete, a soft tissue manual therapy approach, and women’s health in the female athlete.

In 2012, she completed a fellowship program in Applied Functional Science through the Gray Institute. Currently she is undergoing additional manual therapy training through the Institute of Physical Art, studying for a Sports Certified Specialization, and pursuing further education in the women’s health athletic population.

Outside of seeing patients in the clinic, Renee has provided consulting to individuals and businesses on topics that include seating ergonomics, development of proper flexibility programs, and running. She also serves as an assistant cross country coach and is a professional member on the Michigan Board of Physical Therapy.

As an endurance athlete herself, her personal experience and passion for physical activity help to empower and educate clients. On the back of her business card reads the statement, “i’m energizing,” which Renee describes as what she uses to motivate and inspire those around her to feel enthusiasm and passion for movement.

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