Mark Majewski, MPT
I received my master’s degree in physical therapy at Findlay University in Findlay, Ohio. My unique experience as a therapist has taken me across the country working in Texas, New Mexico, Illinois and back in Michigan. My experience includes working as a Physical Therapist Assistant and a Physical Therapist.
With the vast clinical experience I received as both a Physical Therapy Assistant, and as a Physical Therapist, I learned many patterns of injuries that have paved the way for my current philosophies of treatment. As a therapist for 17 years I learned to treat based on a variety of approaches. I feel my experience traveling to different states and adapting to many cultures has helped me achieve successful outcomes.
My experiences have led me to open Atlas Physical Therapy with my wife Brandie. Together we felt that we could contribute to the surrounding communities with our family oriented approach.
Todd Schultz, PTA
My interest in Physical Therapy sports injuries originated from my love of hockey. I have been a goalie now for 10 years. It is very gratifying being able to use my knowledge of my own sports injuries and apply it to the orthopedic injuries I treat.
I am a graduate of Macomb Community College. In 2010 I graduated from the Physical Therapist Assistant program.
My background as a massage therapist has enabled me to incorporate a hands on approach to complement the techniques I currently use in outpatient physical therapy.
Nancy Schaller, PTA
Due to the struggles with the health of my own children I developed an interest in preventive medicine. My desire to help others and my belief in movement as a way to wellness has led to my passion in the field of physical therapy.
After graduation from Central Michigan University in 1991 and working in the automotive field, I chose to stay home and raise my two children. Seeing the help my children received from physical, occupational and speech therapy I was drawn toward helping others with various impairments. I decided to return to school to use this understanding and graduated from Macomb Community College in 2011 with a Physical Therapist Assistant degree. I have worked in a hospital acute care setting and rehabilitation unit of a hospital, as well as, outpatient orthopedic.
I thoroughly enjoy the opportunity that I get to work with all ages of people from all walks of life. The patients and their stories are the reason I love my job.
Tracy Kriss, PTA
After serving in the U. S. Military as a communication specialist for 4 years, I earned a Liberal Arts degree from MCC. I was then able to stay home for 10 years to raise my family. When my children were school age I returned to school and earned my Physical Therapist Assistant degree from Macomb Community College in 2008.
I was inspired to pursue this career as a result of seeing the positive impact that PT had on the life my my Goddaughter, who was born with a lifelong disability. I started my career in an orthopedic clinic, went on to work in both homecare and skilled nursing settings. Returning to an orthopedic setting has allowed me to expand my skills and have a direct impact in helping patients to recover from illnesses & injuries. I am blessed to assist them in returning to a healthy, active lifestyle.