Dr. Mitchell Hall, born and raised in Lansing, Michigan, is a graduate of Waverly High School, where he played basketball, baseball, and was in the high school’s drumline. After high school, he earned his Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science and Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Trine University. After spending his first few years of college on the Residence Life staff, he learned to love personal interactions and building relationships with people from all walks of life. In the clinic, he has gained experience in a variety of settings, including treating rotator cuff injuries, lower back pain, and chronic pain. Dr. Hall is certified in Dry Needling along with Cupping for Mysofascial and Nerve Entrapment Dysfunction and is also educated in Pain Neuroscience (TNE). Away from work, he enjoys spending quality time with his wife, Kaitlin, and their dog, Cassius (named after a former MSU basketball star). Other interests are working out, playing softball, and volunteering with the youth and Safe Families for Children ministries at Brookside Church.