Essexville Physical Therapy Team

Ryen Bostick PT, DPT

Ryen Bostick PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Ryen is currently residing in Saginaw but hopes to move back into the Bay City/Essexville area next year. As with many PTs, Ryen most enjoys working with athletes, especially with overhead throwing mechanisms, but also has experience in orthopedics of all ages, including post-op, spinal conditions, extremities, and some Vertigo. Ryen also has some experience with neurological cases and he is always open to learning more. In his free time, he spends a lot of time camping with his fiancé around the state, fishing, hiking, and participating in all types of sports.

Jordan Schmidt PT, DPT, OCS

Jordan Schmidt PT, DPT, OCS

Physical Therapist / Clinical Director

Dr. Schmidt grew up in Auburn, MI. He began working for Auburn PT while in high school, where he developed his passion for Physical Therapy. He then attended Central Michigan University for both undergraduate and went on to earn his Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Jordan is also a Board Certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist. His Physical Therapy interests include Manual Therapy, Dry Needling, pain science, and promoting patient education and self-treatment. When not in the clinic, Dr. Schmidt enjoys golfing, camping, fishing, and exercising.

Lacey Ball PTA

Lacey Ball PTA

Physical Therapist Assistant

Lacey grew up in the Auburn area and attended Western High School. She now resides in Essexville with her husband and two children. She began working at AuburnPT as a therapy technician in 2005 and graduated from Delta College in 2007, at which time she began her career as a Physical Therapist Assistant at Auburn PT. Lacey is trained in Parkinson’s Wellness Recovery (PWR!) but enjoys treating a wide range of patients. In her free time, Lacey enjoys camping, traveling, and reading.

Erica Genovese PTA

Erica Genovese PTA

Physical Therapist Assistant

Erica comes to Auburn PT with a background in inpatient rehabilitation. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and the Michigan Physical Therapy Association and appreciates the activism and educational experiences that they provide. Erica’s favorite part of being a PTA is helping people regain their independence. When she’s not at work, Erica enjoys traveling, playing games, and watching movies with her husband and two children.