Kathy Pepper, PT, CSCS, CLT-UE
I graduated from Wayne State University's Physical Therapy program in 1992 and have 25 years of experience and continuing education in outpatient physical therapy. Health and fitness is important to me, and lead me to pursue my certified strength and conditioning specialist certification (CSCS). I am a runner, a triathlete and a Pilates instructor and I enjoy treating athletes from the weekend warrior to the collegiate athlete.
Recently, I have had the opportunity to once again let my personal life fuel my professional life. I am now a breast cancer survivor. I am a Certified Lymphedema therapist (CLT-UE) and ASTYM provider with advanced courses in breast cancer rehabilitation, including axillary webbing. I believe it is important to treat the breast cancer patient in their entirety. With my skills, knowledge and experience I am dedicated to help these patients every step of the way.
Heidi Irwin and I have been friends and colleagues for many years and I am very excited to join her in opening Metamora Physical Therapy. After raising our two children in Davisburg and sending them off to college, my husband and I moved to Metamora. I am looking forward to being an active part of our new community.
Heidi Irwin, PT, DPT
Kathy Pepper and I opened Metamora Physical Therapy in 2017. I was born and raised in Lapeer, having graduated from Lapeer East in 1994. My goal is to be able to treat and care for patients in order to achieve their best outcomes - plus my family needs lots of physical therapy. 🙂 🙂 I enjoy working with and talking to all my patients!
I received my doctor of physical therapy degree from University of Michigan in 2005. I have 12 years of outpatient orthopedic physical therapy experience. I have taken continuing education yearly in manual therapy, torticollis, work conditioning, muscle energy, and am ASTYM trained.
My husband, Tom, my son, Ian and I live in Oxford. I have two misbehaved dogs, Dudley and Maizy. I enjoy reading and spending time upnorth with my family.