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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Kara Fahlen


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Kara is a Rockford native and a graduate of Rockford High School. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Clinical Exercise Science from Taylor University, and completed her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Grand Valley State University. She also completed the Fellowship in Applied Functional Science through the Gray Institute. Kara is a women’s health physical therapist, providing care to women of all ages with issues of urinary leakage/urgency, pain with pregnancy, postpartum pain and return to activity, etc. Kara is passionate about educating and equipping clients to fully understand their unique situations to promote healing and restoration. Beyond physical therapy, her personal interests include backpacking, exploring national parks, reading, skiing, and swimming. She resides in Grand Rapids with her husband, Tucker. The back of her business cards reads “i’m cultivating” because she “desires to cultivate a passion within her clients to move well and live abundantly.”

Mike Klobucher


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Mike was born and raised in Grand Haven and graduated from Western Michigan Christian High School. He received his Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Biology from Ferris State University where he also played football, and then went on to receive his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Central Michigan University. Since graduating he has completed the Fellowship in Applied Functional Science program as well as Functional Soft Tissue Transformation through the Gray Institute. He is a Certified Manual Physical Therapist (CMPT) through the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy and recently passed his practical examination to become a Certified Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapist (COMT). Mike now resides in Rockford with his wife, Amy, and their four young children. Mike has had a strong passion for sports and exercise his entire life. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, and he also owns and teaches at Rogue River CrossFit. His clinical interests include sports medicine and the integration of manual therapy with functional exercise and training. The back of his business cards read “i’m serving” because it his mission to serve and bless the lives of others through manual interventions, movement training, and education.

Whitney Rodriguez


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As a student at Hope College Whitney notes that she was inspired through a hospital-based physical therapy internship in Philadelphia, sparking her interest to pursue a Doctorate in Physical Therapy degree from Central Michigan University. After graduating, she worked for a large hospital system treating a wide variety of orthopedic and neurological populations from pediatric to adult. During this time she developed a special interest in post-stroke, Parkinson’s disease and vestibular disorders. However, she notes that her “greatest passion” is to better understand the functional movement of her patients, regardless of their diagnosis. This passion led her to pursue the certification as a Fellow of Applied Functional Science (FAFS) through the Gray Institute. Her passion for movement started at an early age while participating in youth sports but further developed through an appetite for running, which she feeds with several road races every year. She also enjoys passing along her knowledge and encouragement through coaching youth volleyball. One of her favorite quotes is from Mother Teresa: “Let no one ever come to you without leaving better and happier. Be the living expression of God’s kindness: kindness in your face, kindness in your eyes, kindness in your smile.” Because of this, she chose the statement, “i’m smiling” to put on the back of her business card. “I always want to brighten someone’s day, not only through movement but because “i’m smiling.”


65 S Main St C,
Rockford , MI 49341


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