Marissa has been practicing integrative dry needling since October 2017. Since completing the course she has seen first hand the positive impact it can have on a variety of orthopedic and neurological issues. In conjunction with some of the more traditional techniques, it can be a great tool to speed up the recovery process and help her clients return to their normal activities.
Marissa believes in a comprehensive holistic approach to help each client reach their goals. At Hulst Jepsen Physical therapy all of our clinicians work hard to practice evidence based medicine, and create an inviting atmosphere to make client experiences exceptional.
Marissa graduated from Grand Valley State university with a degree in clinical exercise science in 2012, and completed her doctorate in Physical therapy in 2016. Since completing her DPT she has continued studying not only Dry needling; but also Mckenzie for spine and joints, sportsmetrics, and balance training.
2012, Grand Valley State University, Bachelors degree in clinical exercise science
2016, Grand Valley State University, Doctorate in Physical Therapy