Matt LeBlanc is a graduate of Central Michigan University, earning a Bachelor of Science in psychology in 2005 and a doctorate in physical therapy in 2009. Matthew strives to return patients to their desired levels of performance and ability through manual techniques, in conjunction with therapeutic and functional exercises and activities. Matthew designs programs specifically designed for each individual with their particular goals and outcomes in mind. He is certified in mechanical diagnosis and therapy from the McKenzie Institute, broadening his expertise in therapeutic methods for the neck, back, and extremities. Matthew has furthered his physical therapy training through courses focused on the Mulligan concept of mobilizations with movement, advanced manual therapy skills, as well as the use and practice of Kinesio taping and Leukotape techniques. Additionally, Matthew has been a clinical instructor at the University of Michigan as well as a former professor of anatomy and physiology at Baker College.
Matthew enjoys camping, hiking, bicycling, and kayaking with his wife, Candice and their two children Raymond (8) and Madeline (5).