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Actual PT: Welcome

At Actual PT, we believe in providing real, personalized physical therapy that focuses on your individual needs and goals. Our concierge approach means that we come to you, in the comfort of your own home, to provide top-notch care that prioritizes your health and wellbeing.

By eschewing the traditional insurance-based model and charging a fixed fee for our services, we're able to dedicate more time and attention to each patient, allowing us to truly listen to your body and design a treatment plan that works for you.

Whether you're looking to improve your balance, reduce pain, or simply stay active and healthy as you age, we're here to help. Our focus on emotions, motivation, consistency, and habit forming means that we don't just treat the physical aspects of your health, but also work to promote positive lifestyle changes that will benefit you in the long term.

At Actual PT, we're passionate about empowering our patients to take control of their health and wellbeing, and we do this by providing education and support that promotes independence and self-sufficiency. So if you're ready to invest in your health and take the first step towards a more active, pain-free life, we're here to help. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help you achieve your goals.

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Show the world a new standard for what physical therapy can and should actually be: creation and education of communities to get their bodies back and thrive.



Mohammed is of Lebanese descent, was born in Michigan, grew up in Kuwait and moved back to Michigan to acquire his Bachelor's degree in Psychology at Wayne State University. Mohammed then moved to West Virginia where he completed his Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Marshall University. Mohammed completed clinical rotations in an outpatient clinic setting with an emphasis on the Mckenzie approach for low back and neck related issues, in a hospital setting, and pediatric setting that is specialized in providing well-rounded care for children with special needs. Mohammed's main goal is to promote the physical therapy field to become more proactive than reactive, focusing heavily on education and preventative care. Mohammed is currently living in California with his wife and pup where he enjoys spending time paddleboarding, inline skating, and learning new cooking recipes daily. 


Taylor is from Pensacola, Florida where he graduated from the University of West Florida with a Bachelor’s degree in exercise science. Before physical therapy school, Taylor worked as a caregiver for those who are disabled, as well as in a hospital as a therapy technician. Wanting to see other parts of the country, Taylor moved to Huntington, West Virginia where he completed his Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Marshall University while also helping establish a Pro Bono physical therapy clinic. During physical therapy school Taylor completed clinicals in an outpatient orthopedic clinic specializing in geriatrics, home health, and in a hospital. Now, looking towards the larger mountains of the West, he made the move to Jackson, WY to begin work at Peak Physical Therapy. Taylor’s interests include geriatric health and wellness, balance training, as well as promoting healthy functional movement. In his spare time, Taylor enjoys being either in nature on a hike or in the kitchen cooking up a new recipe.


Troy was born and raised in Ohio where he graduated from Bluffton University with a double major in Exercise Science and Strength & Conditioning. During his time at Bluffton, he played four years of college football, graduated as a distinguished scholar (identifying the highest GPA in his major), was awarded the Alex McClelland Selfless Award, and was a 3 time Academic All-Conference recipient. Upon graduation, Troy worked as a Strength and Conditioning Coach at both the collegiate and high school levels. These institutions included: the University of Toledo, Bluffton University, Wauseon HS, and Delta HS. While being a Strength and Conditioning Coach Troy also worked as a Personal Trainer for two years working primarily with the athletic, and semi-professional athlete population. His passion for rehabilitation guided him to Physical Therapy where he attended Marshall University, acquiring his Doctorate in Physical therapy.

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