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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Lindsay Starks


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Lindsay grew up in Onekama, MI and went on to receive her Bachelor of Science degree in exercise science from North Park University in Chicago, where she also ran collegiate cross country. After moving back to West Michigan, she completed her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Grand Valley State University. Beyond her passion for movement and the human body, what drew her to the field of physical therapy was the ability to build relationships and be a source of support and empowerment for her patients. When she’s not logging miles in her running shoes, she enjoys snowboarding in the mountains, hiking national parks, and road biking. Although she loves working with the running population, she has a heart for a variety of orthopedic diagnoses.

Chris Burdis


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The part of Physical Therapy that Chris enjoys most is seeing a variety of injuries and people from all walks of life. He makes it his mission to identify the underlying cause of injuries and thoroughly explain it to his patients to help them understand their bodies’ and empower them in their healing process. In addition to his Clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy, Chris is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He has experiences ranging from training high school athletes to working at a world renowned Pro-athlete training facility. Chris prides himself in his ability to relieve the aches and pains associated with an active lifestyle whether a person is a runner, athlete, or someone who wants to be able to play with their kids. If you need that extra edge to attain the quality of life you desire, Chris is your guy.

Ford Reinink


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Ford graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology with a concentration in Exercise Science from Michigan State University. He then went on to get his Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) from Grand Valley State University. Ford completed 3 years of coursework for an Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy Fellowship program through the Manual Therapy Institute in 2015. In 2016, Ford completed 440 hours of 1-on-1 mentorship and became a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists (FAAOMPT). Ford’s professional experience over the last 10 years includes managing 3 different orthopedic PT clinics in Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids and Holland. Ford has always worked in small clinics where he successfully treated a variety of issues including headaches, neck pain, acute and chronic back pain and surgeries from the neck to the foot and anything in between. He enjoys working with young athletes as well as elderly patients with goals of simply walking with less pain and all ages in between. Treatment of the spine has always been his primary specialty, but he recognizes that we are an interconnected system and he treats the entire person not just the area that hurts. Outside of work Ford enjoys anything active, especially hiking, biking and weight training, and he is passionate about being healthy. Ford and his wife have one young son and are enjoying parenthood tremendously. The back of Ford’s business card reads “i’m mobilizing.” After injury, many patients avoid or are fearful of the movements that injured them. Ford has a passion for helping others recover and return to activities that they love. “I love getting people to move in ways that they didn’t think they could again. Therapy is teamwork and I try to do what I can to help, and teach people how to help themselves over the long term.”


890 Washington Ave. , Suite 130A
Holland, MI 49423


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If you're not sure you can make it into the physical therapy clinic for an in-person appointment, you may be interested in requesting a TelePT video appointment. A session with a certified telehealth physical therapist could help you receive treatment from virtually anywhere.


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