Michael R. Beauvais, PT, OMPT


I have been a Physical Therapist for over 40 years and have worked in this community for most of my career. I have advanced fellowship education in Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy and Functional Exercise Training. I have treated thousands of patients in the area, helped them reach their goals, regain independence and improve their quality of life. I believe in giving back to the community and have supported area sports teams and the area schools as well.

I enjoy golfing and kayaking and can be seen riding my bicycle with my wife and friends. I have 9 grandchildren who keep me young and very challenged. Because of this, I understand the value and desire of feeling physically healthy and the need to be active.

I look forward to working with you and helping you achieve your desired goals!

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Kevin Giroux, PT, DPT


I first became interested in the field of physical therapy back in high school. While injured a couple of times from various sports, I was inspired by my awesome therapists that helped me make a complete recovery. They made my therapy engaging, educational, and fun; the same characteristics that I strive to create with my patients.  


I received my Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Oakland University in 2008. Since then, I have had the opportunity to work in a variety of settings including outpatient, acute care, and assisted living facilities, working with ages ranging from adolescents through geriatrics. I have always enjoyed the outpatient setting because of the variety of patients, diagnoses, and injuries encountered on a daily basis.


The opportunity to work with my patients using a hands-on approach from start to finish is a tremendous value I believe that helps get them to their goals.


Outside of the clinic, my wife Amy and I have four sons. Soon to have kids in elementary, middle, and high school at the same time. Keeping up with them is a full-time job in itself! We enjoy swimming, biking, camping, board games, watching/coaching the kid’s soccer games, and spending time with family.