Our Team

We couldn't do it without our incredible team

From our support staff to our physical therapists, the PhysioPoint team is dedicated to helping you move better and feel better.


Crown Point

Dr. Nate Kloosterman

Nate Kloosterman


Nate earned his doctorate in Physical Therapy from Andrews University. He is a board-certified Physical Therapist with the advanced designation of orthopedic clinical specialist (OCS). He has extensive post-graduate training in manual therapy, including a trigger point dry needling certification.

Nate has been involved in teaching at Andrews University for the differential diagnosis in the doctor of the physical therapy program. He was instrumental in developing a curriculum for advanced courses in medical exercise therapy (MET) taught to practitioners throughout the United States.

Nate founded PhysioPoint Therapy and Wellness in January of 2014. He enjoys spending time with family, biking, skiing, playing golf, and participating in community events.


Kelsey Mulder


Kelsey grew up in Michigan where she attended Spring Arbor University on a Softball scholarship and received a degree in Health and Exercise Science. After graduation, she went straight to grad school to receive her doctoral degree in physical therapy from Grand Valley State University. Kelsey enjoys working with those with various orthopedic/musculoskeletal conditions as well as neurologic conditions. She is looking forward to furthering her education by receiving additional certifications. In her free time, she enjoys working out, crafting, and anything outside. Kelsey and her husband are currently enjoying the newlywed life in Highland.


Symber Mullin


Symber is a physical therapist assistant that earned her degree from Kankakee Community College in 2011. For the past 11 years she has been working in the outpatient setting gaining a wide range of experience and knowledge in orthopedic injuries and diagnosis. Symber is certified in ASTYM, a tissue rejuvenating technique that addresses a variety of impairments. Helping people reach their best quality of life is her passion.

In her spare time she enjoys an active lifestyle with her family.


Carolyn Nielsen


Carolyn is a physical therapist with an emphasis in Women’s Health and Pelvic Floor. She received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Andrews University and is licensed by the Federal and State Board of Physical Therapy. Carolyn is in the process of obtaining her specialization in Women’s Health and plans to complete it by 2023. She wouldn’t be where she is today without God or her wonderful husband and two children; with them, she says she can do anything.


Curtis Munday


Curtis earned his degree from Ivy Tech community college and practices as a physical therapist assistant (PTA). He is currently continuing his education in pursuit of his doctorate in physical therapy. He has experience working with clients of all ages and a variety of orthopedic and neurological diagnoses. He also has extensive training and expertise in Pilates and Redcord suspension therapy and works closely with other therapists at PhysioPoint.In his free time, Curtis enjoys living an active lifestyle consisting of sports and working out. He makes time for these activities when he is not studying.

Cedar Lake


Matt Gentry


Matt grew up in Oregon and attended Stanford University on a wrestling scholarship, where he received a degree in human biology. After graduation, Matt coached Division I wrestling at Stanford while also competing internationally on the Canadian Olympic team, culminating in representing Canada at the 2008 and 2012 Olympic Games. After retiring from competition following a fifth-place finish in the London Olympics, he and his wife relocated to the Midwest.

Matt received his doctoral degree in physical therapy from Governor State University. The faculty nominated him for the Alpha Eta Honor Society, the Allied Health Professionals’ national honor society for academic and professional excellence. Dr. Matt is interested in serving clients with sports performance needs, orthopedic conditions, and pediatric clients with neurological conditions. He now resides in Manteno, Illinois, with his wife and three small children.

Dr. Briana Narcissi

Briana Narcissi


Bri received her doctoral degree in Physical Therapy from Governors State University in2020. She plans to continue her Physical Therapy education by obtaining additional certifications for trigger point dry needling. Bri enjoys working with patients of all ages with various musculoskeletal/orthopedic and neuromuscular conditions. Observing how physical therapy played a significant role with her own family members and playing competitive basketball for a State Championship team, Bri was motivated to pursue this rewarding career. Being a part of a patient journey and helping patients achieve their goals is very fulfilling. In her free time, Bri enjoys exercising and being active. Spending time with family and friends and watching movies are my favorite times.

Medbridge Courses

  • Utilizing ICF Guidelines and Treatment-Based Classifications
  • Foot and Ankle Mechanics
  • Evidence and Interview of the Patient with OA of the Knee
  • Examination of the Patient with Knee OA
  • Treatment of the Patient with Knee OA
  • Orthopedic Case Studies of the Foot and Ankle
  • Study Strategies for Standardized Physical Therapy Examinations
  • Evidence-Informed Practice for the Clinical Specialist
  • An Introduction to OA
  • Upper Extremity OA
  • Crucial Factors Influencing Health & Recovery in Musculoskeletal Care
  • Evidence-Based Examination of Cervical Spine: An Update
  • Evidence-Based Treatment of the Cervical Spine: An Update
  • Cervical Spine Examination and Treatment: Cases to Synthesize Learning
  • Evidence-Based Examination Thoracic Spine: An Update
  • Evidence-Based Treatment of the Thoracic Spine: An Update
  • Thoracic Spine Examination and Treatment: Cases to Synthesize Learning
  • Evidence-Based Examination of the Lumbar Spine: An Update
  • Evidence-Based Treatment of the Lumbar Spine: An Update
  • Lumbar Spine Examination and Treatment Cases to Synthesize Learning
  • A Primer on Exercise and Treatment Prescription
  • Orthopedic Connections to Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
  • A Primer on Examination and Treatment Metrics
  • ICF Clinical Practice Guidelines Update: Lateral Ankle Sprains
  • ICF Best Practice Recommendations: Lateral Ankle Sprains
  • ICF Best Practice Recommendations: Heel Pain & Plantar Fasciitis
  • ICF Clinical Practice Guidelines: Heel Pain & Plantar Fasciitis
  • Hip OA
  • Clinically Relevant Meniscus Pathology: Evaluation and Treatment
  • Differential Diagnosis & Conservative Management of Lateral Knee Pain
  • Differential Diagnosis & Management of Anterior Knee Pain
  • Stability of the Knee: Management of Common Ligamentous Pathology
  • Assessment of Muscle Impairments Related to Knee Disorders
  • Conservative Management of the ACL Deficient Knee
  • Case Studies of the Knee: Stability Impairments and OA
  • Post-Surgical Management Part 1: Basic Principles and Spinal Surgery
  • Post Surgical Management Part 2: UE Surgical Interventions
  • Post Surgical Management Part 3: LE Surgical Interventions
  • Orthopedic Case Studies of the Lumbar Spine
  • Evidence-Informed Assessment and Evaluation of Pain
  • Advanced Spinal Pathology for Physical Therapists
  • Evidence-Based Assessment of Acute Whiplash for Prognosis and Treatment Planning
  • Orthopedic Case Studies of the Cervical Spine
  • Orofacial Pain: Introduction, History and Examaintion
  • Evaluation and Diagnostic Classification of TMD
  • Treatment of Temporomandibular Disorders and Headache
    Cranio-Mandibular Case Studies
  • Orthopedic Case Studies of the Shoulder
  • Non-Arthritic Hip Pain
  • Pediatric Hip Disorders
  • Case Studies of the Hip: OA
  • Advanced Musculoskeletal Management of the Distal UE
  • Upper Extremity Peripheral Nerve Entrapments
  • Case Studies of the Upper Quarter: Peripheral Nerve and Carpal Tunnel
  • Integrative Clinical Reasoning Part 1: Decision-Making Building Blocks
  • Integrative Clinical Reasoning Part 2: Applications in Practice
  • Differential Diagnosis of the Upper Quarter
  • Differential Diagnosis of the Lower Quarter
  • An Introduction to Evidence-Based Treatment of Whiplash
  • Cervico-Thoracic Spine Management
  • Management of the Cervicogenic Headache
  • A Classification Approach to Managing Shoulder Pain and Dysfunction

Dry Needling Courses

  • Intricate Art Spine & Body Solutions Dry Needling 1
  • Intricate Art Spine & Body Solutions Dry Needling 2

NAIOMT Courses

  • Virtual C-511 Differential Diagnosis and Musculoskeletal Assessment of the Lumpobelvic Spine I
  • Virtual C-516 Differential Diagnosis and Musculoskeletal Assessment of the Cervical Spine I



David Cobb


David received his doctoral degree in Physical Therapy from Governors State University. As Vice President of the Physical Therapy Student Association for the class of 2020, Dave received the Outstanding Graduate Student Award after being nominated by faculty and Governors State’s Student Life organization for making significant contributions to student life on campus. As Dave continues to learn and grow in the physical therapy profession, he will pursue further education in TriggerPoint Dry Needling, Vestibular Rehabilitation, and Sports Rehabilitation.

In Dave’s spare time, he loves to run, exercise, read, watch cute dog videos, participate in races, travel to National Parks, and spend quality time with his friends and family.

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