We're here to get people walking again.

 
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2016-2036

In 2016, we launched Mission Gait with the goal of changing the way rehabilitation is provided to patients with complex gait disabilities. We expect to achieve our goal of self-sustaining change in 2036 by following a roadmap that is as unique, simple, and effective as the model it promotes. 

We invite you to learn more today and come back often to follow our progress. The journey is just beginning!

Mission

To empower the physical rehabilitation community, through education and research, to help patients with complex gait disabilities learn to move again with confidence.

Vision

A world in which physical therapists everywhere can acquire the knowledge and skills to help patients with complex gait disabilities achieve the rehabilitation goals that matter the most to each patient.

Values

We believe in the ability of the human spirit to prevail.

We believe a person’s abilities always outweigh their disabilities.

We believe it is our responsibility to ensure the rehabilitation community has the expertise to successfully treat the most complex gait conditions.

 
 

gait

gāt (noun)  

1. a manner of walking, stepping, or running.

 

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Board of Directors

 
David A. Lawrence, MSPT, ATC Founder, Director of Operations

David A. Lawrence, MSPT, ATC
Founder, Director of Operations

John Corey Director

John Corey
Director

 
 
Gail Grisetti, MPT, Ed.D Director of Walking Free

Gail Grisetti, MPT, Ed.D
Director of Walking Free

Robin Yoder Director of Education

Robin Yoder
Director of Education

 

Our Team

Kristin Riddick, MSW Administrator
William Riddick, PT, DPT Clinical Researcher

William Riddick, PT, DPT
Clinical Researcher

Tracy Rauk, PT, DPT Clinical Resident

Tracy Rauk, PT, DPT
Clinical Resident

Carolyn M. Lawrence, CID, ASID Director of Human Resources

Carolyn M. Lawrence, CID, ASID
Director of Human Resources

 

 

Join the Mission!

 
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