Adam Homolka is one of West Michigan’s premier sport medicine physical therapists specializing in running and endurance sport injuries. Graduating from Central Michigan University (FIRE UP, CHIPS!) with both his bachelor’s degree in Psychology and continuing to earn a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy, Adam has never seized to gain further education. As a certified therapist in Active Release Technique, Graston Technique, McKenzie Method of Medical Diagnosis and Therapy, and Functional Movement Taping, he is qualified to diagnosis and assist athletes with a variety of injuries. This education has led to a specialization of sports medicine and pain management to serve any athlete or active person through rehabilitation, gait analysis, acute orthopedic diagnosis and rehabilitation, injury prevention education, and personal performance training.
This experience has allowed Adam to be very successful in the West Michigan region as a physical therapist and recognized by elite athletes for his expertise. He provided care for 3x Olympian, Dathan Ritzenhein, for the final six years of his career and accompanied him to the 2013 USATF Outdoor Championships, 2016 and 2020 Olympic Marathon Team Trials. Adam has been involved with Grand Valley State University’s track and field program as a Strength & Conditioning coach supporting the athletes with injury prevention and education. Adam has been an active supporter of the Gazelle Elite Racing team and provided care for the runners as they dedicate their efforts towards National and International goals. He is also an on-going care provider for Q Elite Racing team which has brought him to the 2016 and 2021 Olympic Trials for Racewalk.
In December of 2016, Adam launched Endurance Rehabilitation & Athletics, which is an independently owned, out-patient physical therapy and personal performance training facility in Ada, MI.
His passion for helping endurance athletes comes from his own experience in distance running. Racing high school cross country and track helped him walk-on to Central Michigan University’s cross country and track team for two years. Today, Adam still participates in distance running from 5k-25k races. In addition to running, he enjoys traveling with his wonderful wife Shelley and 4 children, supporting his kids in their sports and activities, and jamming at rock concerts.
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Bryan Rademacher, DPT, FDN, graduated from the University of Michigan (GO BLUE!) with a Bachelors of Biopsychology, Cognition, and Neuroscience in 2013. He then obtained his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Central Michigan University (Fire Up, Chips!) in 2017. Through clinical experiences and continuing education, Bryan has developed his passion for orthopedics and sports medicine leading him to become a certified Functional Dry Needling Practitioner.
He joined Endurance Rehabilitation & Athletics in December 2019. He previously worked with Mary Free Bed and Metro Health Sports Medicine before joining the ERA team. Bryan specializes in rehabilitating injured runners and has experience with clientele that range from casual “weekend warriors” to collegiate and professional athletes. Bryan’s previous experience also includes a wide variety of patients, ranging from home health, geriatrics, sports medicine, general orthopedic injuries, surgical repairs, and joint replacements. No matter the age or activity level, Bryan is focused on helping each person improve, physically and mentally, to achieve their individual goals.
Bryan is the youngest of six siblings and was raised on a family farm just northwest of Lansing. His passion for helping athletes stems from his previous experience recovering from his own injuries from basketball and track. Today, Bryan continues to participate in distance running and recreational basketball leagues. In his free time, Bryan enjoys traveling with his wife, hunting, dogs, and coffee. He also enjoys long, sunset walks on the beach with his wife! He is excited to continue serving his community and is accepting new patients!
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Rob Andro, PTA, graduated from Baker College after spending over two decades helping people enjoy the game of golf and the sport of running. Movement, activity, and recreation have always played a huge part in his life, but it was his family’s struggles with autoimmune diseases that made him choose this life as a career.
His tenure as a golf professional, splitting my time between Chicago and Florida, allowed Rob to help people enjoy their leisure time by improving balance and control in their swings. At Gazelle Sports he helped launch the Dirty Herd trail running group and spent several years coaching their Run Camp training program, encouraging people to get healthier, and pushing people to reach their fitness goals.
Those roles gave Rob a taste of the positive effect he could have on people’s lives, which led him back to school to become a Physical Therapist Assistant. Rob’s passion for motivating and helping others live healthy, active lives, free of pain and injury, made this a natural next step in his journey. His new role allows him to get to the root of a problem instead of finding workable solutions around them. The long-term health of his patients drives his every treatment session.
When not working to help people move better, you can find Rob spending time with his wife, Rebecca and their dog Ruby, as well as running in the woods, scaling the walls at Terra Firma, or practicing his golf swing.
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