Brighton Center, Plymouth Physical Therapy Specialists, brings the latest in rehabilitation knowledge and experience.
Brighton Center Director
Gramos Pallaska, PT, DPT, has been with Plymouth Physical Therapy Specialists since 2011, working as a physical therapy technician while completing his undergraduate studies at Wayne State University where he graduated with a double Bachelor Degree in Science and Psychology. Gramos went on to obtain his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Wayne State in 2016. Gramos again, joined the PPTS team as a physical therapist in 2017.
His primary areas of expertise include orthopedics and sports medicine, with a special interest in shoulder, knee, and ankle pathologies. He has advanced training in working with athletes of all ages and levels of experience. His goal is to help patients enhance their performance and safely continue or return to doing what they love by helping patients achieve their functional goals through education and treatment.
Gramos is currently enrolled in the Applied Functional Science Fellowship (FAFS) program through the Gray Institute, where he will be further specialized in functional performance training, conditioning, prevention, and rehabilitation. He is also preparing to earn a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialization (CSCS) in 2018. Staying up to date on the most recent science and research within the field of physical therapy is a passion of his. He looks forward to helping educate his patients and the community in this ever-changing field.
Originally from Pristina, Kosovo, Gramos is fluent in the Albanian language. He loves to travel, and visit his family back in Kosovo. He now currently resides in Genoa Township where he enjoys spending time on the lake, working out, and playing golf.