Jody Lee, D.P.T, C.L.Tjody@walkthelinetoscirecovery.com
Jody graduated from the University of Michigan in 2002 with a BS in Movement Science. She continued to further her education at Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA where she received her doctorate in physical therapy in 2005. Jody then spent the next 6.5 years at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD working in both outpatient and inpatient settings. At JHH, she was able to work with a mixture of clients across the age spectrum with varying rehabilitation needs. Her main focus was with the pediatric population and working with people having pelvic floor dysfunctions. Jody is excited to have joined Walk The Line to collaborate with other professionals to help the clients at Walk The Line reach their goals for recovery. Jody joined Walk The Line in 2012. She is CPR and First Aid Certified. Her favorite color is purple.
Deborah Sedore, P.T., M.S.Deborah@walkthelinetoscirecovery.com
Deborah Sedore graduated from the University of Michigan in 1974 with a BS and Certificate in Physical Therapy. She received an MS in Education in 1979 from the University of Michigan. Deborah has worked at the Regional Spinal Cord Injury Center in New Orleans from 1981 to 1985 and participated in reciprocal bracing research while there. She has continued her involvement with New Orleans since Hurricane Katrina, by visiting annually to help rebuild homes. Debbie has served as a clinical instructor for both U of M and LSU, lab instructor at LSU and has worked in a variety of settings including the Veterans Administration at the close of the Vietnam War, inpatient and outpatient clinics and most recently homecare. She is very excited to have found a new home at Walk The Line. Debbie joined Walk The Line in 2011. She is CPR and First Aid Certified.
Shruti Joshi, M.H.S, B.P.Thshruti@walkthelinetoscirecovery.com
Shruti Joshi graduated in 2007 from CMF’s College of Physical Therapy in India with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. During a clinical rotation at a renowned Adult Neuro-Rehabilitation Center in Pune, India, Shruti had the opportunity to work with young adults with stroke, spinal-cord injury and post-operative spinal level stem-cell surgery. She then accepted a position as a pediatric Physical Therapist at the New Horizons Child Development Center in Mumbai, India. With a keen interest to continue exploring the field of neurological rehabilitation, Shruti then pursued and completed a Masters of Health Sciences degree at the University of Indianapolis with a clinical emphasis on neurological rehabilitation. While pursuing her graduate degree, she concurrently worked as a Physical Therapist in the Pontiac School District with students with cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, learning difficulties and chronic spinal cord injuries. In every position she’s held, Shruti has believed in being passionate about helping people discover their abilities and continuously improve their quality of life. Shruti joined Walk The Line in 2011. She is CPR and First Aid Certified.