Dr. Alissa Davies is originally from Monmouth, Illinois. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training/Sports Medicine with a minor in Biology from Bowling Green State University. She attended Bowling Green State University on a full athletic scholarship for swimming all 4 years, competed in the 2003 US Open, 2004 Senior Nationals.
She went on to earn her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Oakland University and received the Beth C Marcoux Research Excellence Award for her dissertation work. Dr. Davies went on to complete additional education and training to become a Certified Orthopedic Specialist through the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialities (ABPTS) specializing in sport injuries, muscular imbalances and extremity dysfunction. She is a Certified Kinesiotaping Practitioner, Performance Enhancement Specialist through NASM, Level 1 CrossFit Instructor in addition having extensive training in Graston technique. Dr. Davies has wide-ranging experience treating patients ranging from children to geriatrics, as well as weekend warriors to professional athletes. Outside of the clinic, Dr. Davies continues to train and complete in CrossFit and Olympic Lifting as well as spending time outdoors and with friends and family.
2003 - Bowling Green State University, B.S. in Education with emphasis in Athletic Training/Sports Medicine, Biology minor
2005 - Owens Community College, A. S, Physical Therapy Assistant
2009 - Oakland University, Doctorate in Physical Therapy
2003-NATABOC Certified Athletic Trainer
2011 - Graston Technique
2012 - Credentialed Clinical Instructor, APTA
2013 - Board Certified in Orthopedics, American Board Physical Therapy Specialties
2013 - Sportmetrics Certification
2013 - Performance Enhancement Specialist, NASM
2014 - Certified Kinesiotaping Practitioner, Kinesio Taping Association
2014 - Certification in Applied Functional Science, Gray Institute