Goodlife Physical Therapy - Homer Glen, IL

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Goodlife Physical Therapy – Homer Glen

14753 Founders Crossing Drive, Homer Glen, IL 60491

Telephone: (708) 645-7700

Fax: (708) 645-7702


Monday7:30 AM — 7:30 PM
Tuesday7:30 AM — 7:30 PM
Wednesday7:30 AM — 7:30 PM
Thursday7:30 AM — 7:30 PM
Friday7:30 AM — 1:30 PM
Saturday8:00 AM — 12:30 PM

*Hours are subject to change

Who We Are

The GoodLife is an independently owned Physical Therapy business dedicated to its patients and profession. We provide the highest quality patient care based on the most current research and methodology. Our therapists participate in ongoing certification programs to help our patients on their journey to better. We believe your rehabilitation deserves our full attention, which is why we take the time to spend individualized time with you to perform routine re-assessments. Each patient will receive one-on-one time with at therapist to determine the best treatment plan for their recovery goals. 

Our Homer Glen clinic, has been servicing our clinics for over 20 years. The communities we service include Homer Glen, Lemont, New Lenox, Lockport, Palos Heights and more. We are thankful for the opportunity to help people on their recovery journey. 

Meet The Therapists

Mickey Shah

Mickey Shah

PT, D.Sc.

Dr. Mickey Shah, PT, D.Sc. OCS, FAAOMPT, Cert.MDT; Certified Vestibular Rehabilitation Specialist.

It was his strong desire to help others and a simple treatment philosophy of treating patients like family that motivated Dr. Shah to open his practice over 10 years ago. As a university professor and clinical researcher, Dr. Shah brings innovative and evidence-based practices to examining and treating his patients. Dr. Shah also maintains a specialization in Vestibular Rehabilitation, including Concussion Management, as well as a specialization in Spinal Disorders including: Headaches, Neck Pain, Low back Pain and Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction.

Dr. Shah lives in Frankfort with his wife and two daughters and enjoys putting his ‘handyman’ skills to work on small projects around the house. However, he is quickly realizing that small projects unexpectedly turn into big projects. And when off the clock, he enjoys spending time outdoors hiking, playing hockey and skiing.

Post-graduate clinical certifications in the following:

  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
  • Certified Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (Cert.MDT/McKenzie Method)
  • Certified Vestibular Rehabilitation Specialist
  • Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS)
  • Fellow in Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy (FAAOMPT)

Dana Weith

Dana Weith

PT, Doctor of Physical Therapy

Dana has been practicing Physical Therapy with Functional Therapy and Rehabilitation since 2009. She graduated from Bowling Green State University in 2006 with a bachelor’s degree in Biology where she was also a member of the university’s swim team. She further continued her education at Midwestern University in Downers Grove where she obtained her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2009.

Dana currently lives in Chicago but grew up in the Tinley Park area. She loves spending time with her husband, son Brayden and her Siberian Husky Dakota. She is passionate about travelling and leading an active lifestyle in which she participates in regular crossfit, running, and triathlons. In the winter months she enjoys venturing out to the ski slopes and during the remainder of the seasons she likes hiking with her family.

Dana is also a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), a credentialed clinical instructor, and is pursuing her certification in MDT, FMS, and vestibular rehabilitation.

Kathryn Ehmann

Kathryn Ehmann

PT, Doctor of Physical Therapy

Kate graduated from Northern Illinois University in 2012 with a Bachelor of Science in Health and Human Services, a minor in Communicative Disorders, and a minor in Nutrition Dietetics and Hospitality. She further continued her education at Governors State University (GSU) where she received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2015.

While attending GSU she was an active member of the Physical Therapy Student Association and played for the GSU volleyball team. Kate is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA).

She is currently pursuing a certification in Vestibular Rehabilitation. in her spare time, she enjoys attending Pure Barre and SPENGA classes, hanging out with her friends and experimenting with family recipes.

Meet The Team

Robin Clark

Robin Clark

Office Manager

Robin is one of the friendly voices and faces that our patients hear and see when coming into our physical therapy clinics. She has been with the company for a little over 3 years and is excited to grow with the company. As the office manager, she travels between our 3 clinics and handles billing, accounting, and patient records. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends and loves to bake with her niece and nephew. She is very passionate about ministry work and loves her cats.

Our Core Values

1.Putting patients first: we are in existence to serve their needs

2.Work Together/Team oriented approach: You can get what you want by helping others get what they want.  Its all about service.  How can we service our patients and fellow employees?

3.Integrity, Be honest, ethical and legal in practice: We say what we mean, and mean what we say. We stick to our commitments, treat everyone equitably, and communicate openly and honestly.

4.Be Excellent & continuously improve Strive for excellence and knowledge – be better than yesterday.  Lead our profession.  Continuous self improvement

5.Be nice to people: Give respect – Earn Respect with your actions:  We treat coworkers and patients the way they want to be treated – with genuine care, kindness and respect.  Candor, avoid talking down to others. We don’t just treat patients we build relationships

6.Be of Service: We give more than what is expected of us

7.Be Accountable: Accountability involves a process of seeing it, owning it, solving it, and doing it. It requires a level of ownership that includes making, keeping, and answering for all commitments.

8.Have FUN!: We also feel it’s important to have a sense of humor. We like to laugh—it makes our work that much more enjoyable. We also invest in community and company events that help our employees and their families feel a connection to Goodlife PT beyond business as usual.

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