Your Physical Therapy Staff
Zach Lindeman grew up in the small town of Meadville, Pennsylvania. From an early age, he demonstrated a love of learning and a passion for helping others. These dual interests lead him to eventually pursue a degree in Biology at Allegheny College. After graduating magna cum laude in 2011, he spent a year researching in a molecular and cellular biology lab. He then decided to attend PT school, graduating from Gannon University in 2017. Since then, he has been practicing as a PT in a variety of settings. As a PT, he enjoys working with conditions including sports injuries, orthopedics, and balance training. His pursuit of continuing education opportunities has led to certifications in fall prevention and dry needling. Personally, his hobbies include the outdoors, music (particularly the Beatles), reading, and sport (particularly the Steelers).
Alex grew up in the small town of DuBois, Pennsylvania. The son of a physical therapist, he has been around the field his entire life and knew from an early age that he would pursue a career in it. Alex attended Gannon University in Erie, Pennsylvania, where he received his undergraduate degree In Sports and Exercise Science as well as his Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy. He has worked in the outpatient orthopedic setting since graduation and has a strong interest in manual therapy, fitness, and sports rehabilitation. Outside of the workplace, Alex enjoys traveling with his wife, running, reading, and watching soccer.
Anna was born in Raleigh, North Carolina, but grew up traveling in Russia and Germany. After getting her Bachelor's degree in Kinesiology at John Brown University in Arkansas, she went back to North Carolina for physical therapy school at East Carolina University where she graduated in May 2020 with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. She has had clinical rotations in neurologic, acute, and outpatient settings, but loves outpatient because of the opportunity to treat patients with a wide variety of injuries, surgeries, and conditions. She values treating the whole body, not just the affected area, and has a strong interest in manual therapy. In her free time, she enjoys painting, exercising, and outdoor adventuring.
Shavon graduated from Towson University with a Bachelors in Exercise Science in 2007. She later earned her Doctorate in physical therapy from Southwest Baptist University in 2012. Shavon has worked in the outpatient setting for the past 6 years, treating a variety of conditions and patients, including amputees, vestibular disorders, sports injuries and post surgical patients. She chose a career in physical therapy because it allows her to work closely with people of different ages and backgrounds while helping them to improve their quality of life. Her favorite things about being a physical therapist are the relationships she builds with her patients, seeing their hard work pay off and watching them achieve their goals and reach their maximum functional potential. Shavon's clinical interests include dry needling, manual therapy and sport specific rehab. When she is not working, Shavon enjoys traveling and spending time with her family.
Erika Frick, PT, OCS, STMT-1
Erika has been a practicing outpatient Physical Therapist since 1999. Her interest in orthopaedics led her to become certified as a clinical Specialist in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties. She has successfully completed Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization: Soft Tissue Manual Tool Level 1 Certification (STMT-1). Erika is a direct access provider. Erika is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). She has taken many continuing education courses on running and variety of other orthopedic/ sports-related topics. She enjoys helping her patients reach their full potential. Erika received her Bachelor's of Science degree in Physical Therapy from Quinnipiac College. Erika enjoys hiking, road biking, running, and swimming.