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Josh Smith


Josh Smith received a Bachelor's and Master's degree from Illinois State University prior to receiving his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Regis University. He has worked as a physical therapist for the past 15 years and has experience treating a variety of orthopedic conditions. In 2019 he was voted #1 Physical Therapist in the Bloomington/Normal area according to The Pantagraph's Readers' Choice.

Josh has taken various continuing education courses over the years including: McKenzie A, McKenzie B, The Eclectic Approach, Myopain Dry Needling Foundations I, Myopain Dry Needling Foundations II, and many others. He is a certified POSE Method running coach, ASTYM provider, and an SFMA Level I & II provider.


Josh has been a guest lecturer at Illinois State University (ISU) and Heartland Community College on numerous occasions and has served as a clinical instructor for dozens of PT, PTA, Athletic Trainer, and Exercise Science students. In addition, he has worked with ISU faculty to co-authored a research study published in The International Journal of Physical Therapy.


When he is not busy working as a PT, he enjoys running and is active in the Bloomington/Normal running community (Lake Run Club & Fleet Feet training groups).


Josh resides in Bloomington with his wife, Whitney, and 2 kids, Olivia and Wyatt.

Keli Gall


Keli Gall grew up in Dwight, IL and graduated from Eureka College with her Bachelor's degree. Since that time, she's held many teaching, coaching, and training positions. Her passion for fitness and movement and helping people drove her to pursue her Physical Therapist Assistant from Heartland Community College.

In addition to working at Ultra Physical Therapy, Keli coaches fitness classes at the Sweat Factory in Dwight and is the assistant Varsity girls basketball coach at Dwight High School. Keli's active family of 7 keeps her busy outside of work. She can usually be found on a field, track, or court cheering on her kids.

Alyssa Plyer


Alyssa received a Bachelor's degree in Exercise Science from Western Illinois University and has been working in the Physical Therapy industry since 2013. In 2020 she left her job as a Patient Care Coordinator to stay at home with her newborn daughter, Camilla. Now with a toddler keeping her busy, she works a few hours/week verifying insurance benefits and obtaining authorization when needed. She resides in Joliet, IL with her husband Brian and daughter.

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