Ann Arbor Physical Therapy Specialists, location on Washtenaw Ave., brings the latest in rehabilitation knowledge and experience to this charming community.
Our state-of-the-art center is equipped with cutting edge technology including, stationary bikes, treadmills, total gyms, free weights and more providing you and your physical therapist with everything necessary to achieve optimal performance.
At PPTS, Saline, our dedicated team is committed to meeting all your outpatient needs. Whether you requirement treatment for your orthopedic issues, sports injuries, joint replacement, industrial rehabilitation, pediatrics, or geriatrics, we are here to be an essential part of your rehab team. Working with you and your physician, our center director Gagandeep Cheema, and the staff at PPTS Ann Arbor will collaborate to create a personalized therapy program that aligns with your goals, ensuring the best possible recovery outcomes.
By implementing the evidence based treatments and staying up-to-date with the latest information in the field of rehabilitation, we aim to enhance your experience, satisfaction, and overall results. Our mission is to build real relationships with our clients and deliver real results through the latest advancements in rehabilitation techniques.
Real Relationships, Real Results.
Gagandeep Cheema, PT, DPT, FAFS, FMR completed her bachelor’s degree of Physical Therapy from India in 2006. Later, she moved to the US in 2007 and started to work in an orthopedic outpatient facility in New York. She received her doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2012 from Dominican College in Blauvelt, New York. Gagan moved to Michigan in 2014 and has been working with Plymouth Physical Therapy Specialists since 2015 at the Plymouth location.
Gagan advanced her knowledge by taking continuing education courses in orthopedics including Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy, Applied Functional Science. She uses a wide variety of manual therapy skills including: Joint and Soft tissue mobilization, Strain CounterStrain positioning, muscle energy techniques and the Mckenzie method. She also specializes in treating vertigo, balance disorders and vestibular system problems. Furthermore, she has attended numerous continuing educational courses on orthopedic and sports related injuries.
Gagan serves as a clinical instructor for various universities including University of Michigan, North Western university, Central Michigan University, University of Mississippi and many more throughout the United States. She has dedication and passion in educating the future physical therapists who will impact the field. Gagan is an active member of the American Physical therapy Association (APTA). She is also a fellow of Applied Functional Science (AFS) and believes in the unique approach that uses the collaboration of the physical, biological and behavioral science used to treat patients as a whole.
In her spare time, she likes to enjoy time with her two children and her husband.