How O360 was started... In 2015, after years of practicing as a physical therapist and not finding a clinic that would allow her to treat clients the way she wanted to, Jennie Drake opened Orthopedic 360 Physical Therapy. She hoped to create an environment that is not only inviting and warm, but truly therapeutic. Orthopedic 360 is a place where clients can feel relaxed and supported in their quest to find answers and heal through specialized one-on-one personalized care. Each therapist was specifically chosen because of their unique qualities and specialties. The staff is always working on expanding their knowledge and researching the best treatment approaches available.
Jennie is the owner of Orthopedic 360 Physical Therapy. Jennie completed her Bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences at Oakland University and immediately entered into the Physical Therapy program where she earned her Doctorate. Her passion for Orthopedics and manual therapy compelled her to complete a specialty certification in manual therapy (OMPT), also from Oakland University. She moved to Traverse City in 2010 and has worked for Munson Medical Center and Creekside Clinic. In 2015, she started Ortho 360 in hopes of providing the highest quality ‘hands-on’ care and has already been able to hire an incredible staff that she is grateful for. Jennie was married in June 2017, has a beautiful step-daughter and four lovable dogs.
Regina is a Traverse City native. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Human Physiology from Michigan State University and Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Oakland University. Gina found her niche in manual therapy and continued on to receive her OMPT certification also from Oakland University. As a runner and fitness enthusiast, Gina stays active with her three sons and husband, enjoying all that Northern Michigan has to offer.
Betsy earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Washington. She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Therapy and received her advanced training through the Ola Grimsby Institute. Outside of the clinic, Betsy enjoys combining her interests in bikes and physical therapy by performing bicycle fittings, which help people better fit their bikes and maximize their cycling experience. Betsy was trained to perform bike-fittings by Michael Sylvester, a nationally-recognized bike-fit innovator based out of Portland, Oregon.
After spending the last ten years in Seattle, Betsy is happy to have returned to Northern Michigan to be closer to family. When she is not in the clinic, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two young children.
Catherine is a physical therapist board certified in Women’s Health and certified in the treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction through the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). Catherine has been working in the field of pelvic health for over 10 years. She is passionate about helping men and women heal from abdominal and pelvic dysfunction and strives to provide compassionate, cutting edge physical therapy care that empowers her patients and restores their quality of life. Catherine is very involved in the pelvic health community and works hard to stay current on best practices and treatment. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two young sons, skiing, hiking, swimming, and practicing yoga.
|Dyssynergic Defecation||Fecal Incontinence|
|Interstitial Cystitis||Levator Ani Syndrome|
|Osteoperosis||Pelvic Organ Prolapse|
|Pelvic Pain||Pre-Natal/Post-Partum Dysfunction|
|Pudendal Neuralgia||Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction|
|Scar Tissue/Adhesion Mobilization||Urinary Incontinence|
DPT, MA (Exercise Science)
Tiffany’s love of sports, movement, and science lead her to pursue a career as a physical therapist. She graduated from Central Michigan University in 2009 with a Doctorate in physical therapy and a Master of Arts in Exercise Science. A native to northern Michigan, Tiffany’s passion for pelvic health began after being diagnosed with her own condition and learning firsthand the limited resources available to the public. Tiffany is certified in the treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction through the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and she is an active member of the APTA Section on Women’s Health and the International Pelvic Pain Society. Tiffany is committed to providing evidence-based therapy. She recognizes the sensitive nature of pelvic health problems and strives to deliver personalized care in a relaxed setting for an exceptional healing experience. Tiffany brings genuine compassion to the clinic and she works tirelessly to provide her patients with the tools needed to restore function, reduce pain and rejuvenate their health and well-being. In her free time, Tiffany enjoys staying active with running and workout classes at Modus45 and CrossFit.
|Balloon Assisted Training||Biofeedback Training|
|Interstitial Cystitis||Levator Ani Syndrome|
|Pelvic Organ Prolapse||Pelvic Pain|
|Post-Masectomy Rehabilitation||Post-Prostatectomy Rehabilitation|
|Pre-Natal/Post-Partum Dysfunction||Pudendal Neuralgia|
|Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction||Scar Tissue/Adhesion Mobilization|
|Urinary Incontinence||Urinary Urgency-Frequency|
Hannah received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Rosalind Franklin University after completing a Bachelor’s in Psychology at Central Michigan University. Her interest in pelvic health began in graduate school, sparked by attending several home births as a child with her mother who is a Midwife. Hannah has been certified in treatment of pelvic floor conditions through the American Physical Therapy’s Section on Women’s Health. Additionally Hannah treats orthopedic conditions as her graduate program had a heavy manual therapy curriculum. She is always eager to learn more and enjoys finding the latest research. When not working, Hannah spends time with her husband and two puppies. You can also find her on skates playing roller derby for the Traverse City Toxic Cherries. She loves reading, going to the beach, hiking, and snowshoeing to cross-train for roller derby. Hannah spent most of her childhood in Traverse City and is happy to be back home.
Alyssa was born and raised in the Traverse City area, having lived in Houston for a short while only to return to beautiful Northern Michigan. She has joined the team as our office assistant and loves to help out our clients in any way that she can. Outside of the office, Alyssa enjoys reading, traveling, cooking, and especially spending time with her two Great Danes, Atlas and Ares, along with her two cats, Demon and Denver.
Aleya is a Traverse City native, growing up loving horseback riding and boating. She joined the Ortho 360 team in 2018 to manage the Front desk. She loves working with people and helping to coordinate their care. Currently, she is planning her wedding and helps her fiance Justin with his construction business.