Fit For Life Physical Therapy cares for athletes and active people of all levels. Whether elite, collegiate, scholastic, or beginner, Fit For Life Physical Therapy can help prevent, recover from, or rehabilitate through any athletic injuries.
Expert Clinicians Who Are Athletes Treating Athletes
Laura Comtois graduated with a Master’s in Physical Therapy from Notre Dame College, Manchester, NH in 2002. She went on to obtain her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Franklin Pierce University, NH in 2007. Laura began her career in 2002 in Columbus, OH, treating the general outpatient orthopedic population. Throughout the years, Laura has developed a strong passion for treating endurance athletes. She has continued her education related to athletes, runners, and cyclists, and was certified in bike fitting in 2010. Laura truly enjoys the detailed analysis, physical assessment, and treatment of the runner/walker and cyclist.
Amy San Filippo brings almost 14 years of experience to Fit For Life Physical Therapy. Most of her experience is with outpatient orthopedics, but she also has experience working in various other settings, including skilled nursing facilities, Nationwide Children’s Sports Medicine, and the Neo Natal Intensive Care Unit at Mount Carmel West. Amy enjoys working with triathletes of all levels, from sprint to Ironman distances. Amy has been a swimmer and and runner since she was 6 years old. She is a marathoner and triathlete who began competing in triathlons in 2000, and this past summer, she completed Ironman Delaware. She has experience as a Level III ASCA Swim Coach and also has experience as a high school water polo coach. She is a member of the United States Masters Swimming (USMS) and is a certified running coach and triathlon coach ASFA, as well as a member of WOWSA (World Open Water Swimming Association). Amy received a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Physiology from OSU in 1996, her Master of Physical Therapy, also at OSU, in 2003, and then completed her Doctor of Physical Therapy at Marymount University in 2008.
Frank Haller received his Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) from The Ohio State University in 2015. He put himself through seven years of PT school by working at FrontRunner, so he has years of experience in gait analysis and proper shoe fitting for runners and walkers. Frank has an interest in treating the outpatient orthopedic population, with a particular interest in caring for endurance athletes. He has clinical experience in a variety of outpatient settings including the OSU Endurance Medicine program and the Cleveland Clinic.