Impact Health places you at the center of your health and fitness. At Impact Health, we have integrated the best of clinical practice and preventative care with fitness and performance training to create the optimum enhancement of your health on each visit.
Our professional staff includes clinical and fitness professionals who will evaluate, treat and train your entire body. Our goal is to help you achieve the level of health and performance in physical activities that enable you to enjoy the lifestyle you desire.
Established in 2005.
Impact Health is the vision of Joe Millen, PT, MTC. In his words:
“It began fairly simple, the integration of physical therapy (PT) and fitness, but with the emphasis on helping people reach optimal health. Since graduating with a physical therapy degree in 1985, I have worked to develop clinics focused on each individual who walked through our doors. As an expert in the area of physical therapy, I wanted to provide the care that I would want if I needed therapy or fitness training. As a physical therapist with an emphasis in orthopedic and manual therapy, as well as an athletic trainer, I wanted to integrate these areas of expertise into fitness training so that the care along the continuum of health was seamless and not based on injury or pain.
As a result, in 2005, we developed Impact Health. Since that time, we have worked with people in their homes, fitness centers, athletic fields and our clinic.”
Joseph M.Business Owner
I am a licensed physical therapist with over 25 years of clinical practice and also a certified manual therapist. I became interested in physical therapy (PT) when I was in high school. I suffered a knee injury that required surgery and extensive rehabilitation at a sports medicine clinic. I also volunteered with the Muscular Dystrophy Association, working with children and adults suffering from muscular disease. I wanted to make a difference. So, I went to college and was fortunate to get into a very good physical therapy program at Oakland University.
Physical therapy (PT) is my passion, second only to my wife and family. I have made it my guiding principle to deliver the care that I would expect as an expert in the field. Over time, this has become more and more difficult, not because my principles have changed but because healthcare has changed. As an industry, we became more focused on who paid and referred than on who we were treating. That has never worked for me.