Dr. Taleen Najarian, PT, DPT
Empathy and compassion are values experienced early in my childhood.  As my older brother had cerebral palsy, I witnessed first hand his journey through surgeries and rehabilitation.  I not only played the role of little sister and side kick, but physical therapy assistant.  

As an avid athlete throughout my schooling, I battled injuries and the mental stress of sports performance in gymnastics and soccer.  In high school, the perfect storm of events lead to a bout with an eating disorder.  However, it was recovery that truly shaped me to be an empathetic and mindful practitioner today.  It took a team of healthcare professionals to address all facets of the disorder, the psychological and the physical.  I have had patient experiences with medical doctors, functional medicine doctors, chiropractors, psychologists, energy healers, and acupuncturists.  Each encounter has taught me what type of practitioner I want, or do not want to be.  My observations and frustrations with regard to the delivery of medicine, have fueled my desire to change traditional healthcare.  

As a graduate of Oakland University's Doctor of Physical Therapy program in 2012, I emphasize the importance of manual therapy in practice.  I have continued to develop skills in soft tissue therapy, dry needling, applied kinesiology, nutrition, and strength training.  I also take great enjoyment in being a teaching assistant in the Physical Therapy Department at Oakland University.  My approach to treatment is to consider the entire person; encompassing all body-systems, as well as the mental aspects of injury and dysfunction



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Dr. Emily Calligan, PT, DPT
Dr. Emily Calligan was born and raised in a suburb outside of Detroit, Michigan. She grew up swimming, participating in triathlons, playing lacrosse and weight lifting. She attended Grand Valley State University where she obtained her bachelor’s in exercise science with a clinical emphasis. She then went on to pursue her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Oakland University. 
Throughout her graduate work and professional career, Emily has worked with a variety of musculoskeletal populations and is experienced in handling sports specific injuries, pre and post operative patients, and patients with neurological deficits. 
Emily’s passion is to treat patients in order to restore their mobility, strength and function so they can get back to doing the things they love. She enjoys working with a broad population and working as a team with the patient in order to achieve their specific goals. She does this with a variety of techniques including manual work, functional massage, Graston technique, kinesiotaping and a variety of other Orthopedic Manual Therapy techniques (OMPT). Additionally, Emily is certified in Integrative and Neurologic Dry Needling (IDN), which is beneficial in the treatment of systemic soft tissue pain and dysfunction.



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Monday through Friday 9:30am-7:30pm.

Off hours and weekends available by request, and may be subject to additional fee.

2833 Crooks Rd #100, Troy, MI 48084, USA

(248) 329-0191

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