we're i'move

Maybe you’re looking to train for a marathon, or maybe you just want to walk up the stairs. We want to help you move wherever you are. i’move doesn’t buy into fitness trends, but sticks with the medically-informed approach that physicians find to reduce pain and improve mobility time an...

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Brian Bradford


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Brian graduated from Forest Hills Central High School in Grand Rapids, and then attended the University of Michigan for his undergrad studies in Kinesiology. After college, he worked as a missionary for 2 years before returning to school for his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at Grand Valley State University. Brian grew up with a love for sports, especially ice hockey and lacrosse. His passion for health and fitness continued to grow throughout his college years. He now enjoys distance running, strength training, camping/backpacking, and playing any sport he can get friends to join him in. Brian decided to become a physical therapist because he finds great joy in encouraging other people, helping them improve their fitness, and cultivating hope for a better future. He is a member of the American Academy of Sports Physical Therapy, and his practice interests include athletic injury prevention, strength and conditioning, and rehabilitation of injured runners. Brian chose “i’m rejoicing” as his i’m phrase because, “I absolutely love my job, and I’m blessed to work alongside some of the most fun people in the world. One of my favorite parts of being a PT is rejoicing with my clients as they get healthier and return to the activities they love without pain.”

Andrew Young


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Andrew is a Michigan native who studied exercise science at Hope College. From there he went on to earn his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree and is now a Board-Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy. In addition, Andrew has completed a year long fellowship dedicated exclusively to the study of functional human movement. His blended background between orthopedic clinical knowledge and study of functional human movement makes for a unique approach to physical therapy treatment. Andrew is passionate about empowering his patients through knowledge and encouragement – and likes to have fun while doing it! In his free time Andrew enjoys doing anything outside – including hiking, kayaking and riding his bike with his wife Kylie and daughter Lucy. He also enjoys working on the 115 year old house he and his family live in, firing up the grill in the summer and roasting his own coffee.


5435 28th Ct SE,
Grands Rapids, MI 49546


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