Physical treatment is not a one-size fits all process. Just as no two people are exactly the same, no two injuries should ever be treated the same. Each of our professionals provides personalized and goal-oriented care to speed up the recovery process. We listen to your needs to ensure that the most beneficial treatment is given to you immediately. With 3 convenient locations, you can easily make time to receive treatment and get back to your busy schedule.
What We Do
CAPTA is an outpatient physical therapy branch offering comprehensive physical therapy services for individuals throughout the Mid-Michigan area. Our physical therapists are experienced in administering treatments for body pains and setting rehabilitation goals for work-related injuries, accident recovery, balance coordination problems and more. We are the only outpatient practice in the area that provide Physical & Occupational Therapy in the same office.
Whether you are suffering from a persistent back pain or a sports injury, we’ll set therapy goals that fit your needs. Our therapists are expertly trained to provide treatment for a variety of injuries and pains. We accept a wide range of health insurance, including Medicare, Humana and Blue Cross and Blue Shield plans. Call us @ (517) 333-8533 to learn more about our wide range of therapy programs.
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Hand Therapy
- Pediatric Physical Therapy
- Speech Therapy
- Injury Prevention Programs
- Custom designed and fabricated splints
- Pediatric Physical Therapy
- Pediatric Occupational Therapy
- Pediatric Speech Therapy
Louis Finos, PT
Lou earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy from Wayne State University in 1976. He entered private practice in the Lansing area in 1980. His areas of specialization include orthopedics and administration. Lou is an avid hockey fan and enjoys downhill skiing and snowmobiling.
Andrew May, PT
Andy earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Michigan-Flint in 1985 and a Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology from Michigan State University, 1976. His areas of specialization include orthopedics and geriatrics. He is a representative on the Michigan Board of Physical Therapy. Andy is an avid “Sparterine”. Andy provides his expertise in physical therapy services at the Delta clinic.
Nichole Lundy, DPT
Nichole received her Bachelor of Science degree in Physiology from the Lyman Briggs School at Michigan State University in May 2005. She received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Central Michigan University in May of 2009. She has experience in inpatient long-term rehabilitation, inpatient acute-care rehabilitation and outpatient orthopedics. Nichole is married and has a cat named Buster. In her time off she enjoys spending time with her family, crafting, cooking and kayaking. Nichole provides physical therapy at our East Lansing clinic.
Alicia Frederikson, DPT
Alicia receiver her Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology from Michigan State University in 2013. She then received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy and Master of Science in Health Administration from Rosalind Franklin University in 2017. In her free time, Alicia enjoys spending time with her family, friends, and dog Bash. She is an avid all sports fan and also enjoys being outdoors as much as possible. Alicia provides physical therapy at our Delta clinic.
Dani Warner, DPT
Dani received her Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Health Fitness in Preventative and Rehabilitative Science and a minor in Psychology, from Central Michigan University in May of 2005. She received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Central Michigan University in May of 2008. She has experience with a variety of ages and diagnoses in outpatient and home care settings. Dani is married with 2 children and enjoys many different activities and experiences with them, including traveling, sports, and anything outdoors. She provides physical therapy at our East Lansing clinic.
Certified Occupational, Hand Therapists
Heather earned her Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy from Western Michigan University in 2010. Heather has past experience in inpatient rehabilitation, skilled nursing rehabilitation, Hippotherapy, aquatic therapy, and outpatient adult rehabilitation. She has worked primarily with the pediatric population since obtaining her degree. Heather believes in creating a fun environment that each child would want to learn and increase their independence across all environments. She believes parents are a crucial part to therapeutic treatment and enjoys working with parents to progress their child’s success.
Ericka Shuptar, MA,CCC-SLP
Ericka has extensive experience working with children ages 1½ to 14 years old with a variety of speech and language needs. She has experience in both clinical and school based settings. She works on speech and language skills through play scripts, social scripts, and visuals. Ericka has experience with applied verbal behavior (AVB)/ verbal analysis (ABA), the Kaufman Speech to Language Protocol, the Sign to Talk Treatment Method, and social skills training.
Catherine Addy, MA,CCC-SLP
Catherine earned her Bachelor’s degree in communication sciences and disorders from Michigan State University and her Master’s Degree in Speech Language Pathology from South Carolina State University. Catherine’s clinical experiences allowed her to work with individuals, birth to geriatric, in a variety of settings. These settings have included private practice, schools, hospitals, and outpatient clinics. She has evaluated and treated individuals with a variety of communication disorders including: articulation disorders, receptive and expressive language disorders, dysphagia, childhood apraxia of speech, autism spectrum disorders, central auditory processing disorder, cerebral palsy, fluency disorders, traumatic brain injury, and aphasia. Ever since she could remember, she has wanted to work with children to help improve their communication skills. Catherine feels that increased communication skills will help a child’s self-esteem and limit his/her frustration in communicating with others. Catherine is passionate about working with children with communication disorders and loves having the opportunity to collaborate with families on treatment goals.
Addison Price, MA,/CA-SLP
Addison earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Allied Health Sciences, with an emphasis in Speech Language Pathology, from Grand Valley State University and her Master’s Degree in Speech Language Pathology from Wayne State University. Addison has always had a passion for working with young children in improving their communication skills, boosting their confidence and being an advocate for them and their family. She believes effective communication skills are a crucial part of the development of emotional skills, social skills, academic skills and an overall more satisfying quality of life. Addison has gained clinical experience across the lifespan, with an emphasis in pediatrics, in a variety of settings including pediatric outpatient facilities, adult outpatient facilities, and Headstart programs. She has evaluated and treated children with a variety of communication disorders including: Articulation Disorder, Phonological Disorder, Childhood Apraxia of Speech, Fluency Disorders, Expressive and Receptive Language Disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome, children who require augmentative/alternative communication systems (AAC), Aphasia secondary to stroke, Dysarthria secondary to stroke and High Level Language Impairment.
Physical Therapy Assistants
Heather Bodell, PTA
Heather earned an Associate of Applied Sciences degree from Kellogg Community College in 2000. Her interests include bow and gun hunting, snowmobiling and riding her Harley. Heather provides physical therapy at the Delta clinic.
Suzan Rosendale, PTA
Suzan earned a Bachelors of Science degree in Sports Medicine from Grand Valley State University in 1990. She also has an Associates of Applied Science degree in Physical Therapy Assistants program from Baker College in 1996. Suzan likes to be active by running, biking, reading, and keeping up with her 3 boys in their sporting activities. Suzan provides care at our Delta and DeWitt clinic.
Jesse Wilbert, PTA
Jesse earned his associates in applied science of Physical Therapist Assistant from Delta College in May 2017. Jesse has clinical experience in sub-acute rehab, outpatient orthopedics, and pediatrics. Jesse enjoys camping, being outdoors and staying active by swimming, hiking, and working out. He also loves playing and watching sports like baseball, basketball and football. Jesse provides care at our East Lansing clinic.
Teresa Finos, MS
Terri earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Wayne State University in 1976, and a Master of Science degree from Michigan State University in 1982. She manages the business from our East Lansing clinic and is available for help with insurance issues. She enjoys boating and all winter sports.
Krysti joined CAPTA in April 2014. She helps out wherever we need her; with the Delta office being her home base. She is an organized mother of 3 and that includes the pet fish Bernie. She enjoys Camping, Fishing, Family time and Most of all Bowling; with a high 211 average! She has an Upbeat personality and is Always Smiling!
Jill Shoemaker joined CAPTA’s billing department in March of 2015. She graduated in 2012 from Ferris State University with her Bachelor’s degree in Health Care Systems Administration. In her free time, Jill enjoys hanging out with her friends and family, traveling, going to the movies, working out and anything that involves being in the sun!
MacKenzie joined the CAPTA team in March of 2018. She graduated from Durand Area High School in 2014, and is currently persuing a General Science Associates Degree from Lansing Community College. MacKenzie recently bought her first home with her boyfriend Keagan in July 2018, and is enjoying doing household renovations. Outside of work, MacKenzie enjoys hanging out with her friends, family,
her two kittens, and doing anything that keeps her busy!