Advanced Balance Clinic was founded in 2016 with the mission of helping all individuals improve their health and wellness throughout the lifespan. We believe that health is not just the absence of disease and there is still room for improvement even after a medical condition is considered "stable".
Allen and Brittany started the company after working as therapists in inpatient rehabilitation as their first jobs after graduating as therapists. They quickly realized their patients were not being treated as unique individuals, but by their diagnosis codes instead. They felt they could provide better care by treating people as individuals and reaching out to them before their health starts to decline.LEARN MORE
ALLEN HUS, OTR/L
Allen graduated from Western Michigan University in 2012 as a Master of Science with Occupational Therapy. His work experience includes inpatient rehabilitation, home health care, and outpatient therapy where he works with a wide variety of populations. He is passionate about keeping people in their homes, preventing falls, and improving chronic pain. He uses his extensive experience and creativity to keep people functional and doing the things they love.
Allen brings optimism, passion, and energy to his patient care. He describes working as an occupational therapist as being part teacher, part detective, and part exercise coach. He enjoys the challenge of helping people use their abilities to meet the needs of a specific functional activity. Outside of the clinic, Allen loves spending most of his time outdoors with his young son.
Brittany graduated from Grand Valley State University with a Bachelors of Biomedical Science with a minor Nutrition in 2009 and Des Moines University with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2013. Her experience includes inpatient rehabilitation, home health care, and outpatient therapy where she works with a wide variety of populations. She is passionate about helping people improve their movement so they can continue doing the things they love. She believes there are many avenues to improving movement, including alignment, reducing chronic pain, and changing a person's environment to facilitate better movement.
Brittany is in year 2 of certifying as a Restorative Exercise Specialist through Nutritious Movement, involving over 350 hours of movement-based study. This gives her a unique perspective into helping others improve their function and quality of life. Outside of the clinic, she can be found on her farm in Belleville spending time moving outdoors with her husband and two young sons.
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