Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Clinic

 

FGCU's Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Clinic provides individual rehabilitation and sports performance services to FGCU employees and residents of the Southwest Florida community. The Clinic provides high quality and effective services for individuals of all ages, promoting recovery and personal growth, stimulating wellness, and working towards an improved quality of life. Additionally, the Clinic is an instructional location for the training of FGCU students, clinicians, residents, and fellows to advance their skills.

 

Our Location

Kleist Center 10501 FGCU Blvd S Fort Myers, FL 33965

Contact Us

(239) 745-4278 fgcuptclinic@fgcu.edu

Hours of Operation

Due to COVID-19, Please Call or Email for Updated Information

 

 Helpful Resources

Services We Offer

Pelvic Floor Therapy
Pelvic Floor Therapy

 

 Aquatic Therapy
Aquatic Therapy

 

 Ortho
Orthopedic Rehabilitation

 

 Human Performance
Human Performance Testing

 

 Sports Medicine
Sports Medicine

 

 BodPod
Metabolic Testing

 

Dr. Rob Sillevis

Clinic Director
Rob Sillevis, PT, DPT, PhD, OCS, FAAOMPT, MTC, PCC, CFC

Dr. Sillevis received his Bachelor's degree in Physical Therapy from the Hogeschool Heerlen in the Netherlands. In 2003, he completed is Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at the University of St. Augustine. His certifications include Manual Therapy (MTC), Primary Care (OCC),  Cranio-Fascial, Neck, and Head Pain (CFC), Orthopedic (OCS), and Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Imaging. In 2008, Dr. Sillevis received his PhD from NOVA South Eastern University and completed the Manual Therapy Fellowship program at Regis University. Dr. Sillevis has been a member of the American Physical Therapy Association since 1995, the North American Spine Society since 2002, and the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists since 2006. Dr. Sillevis is an assistant professor at Florida Gulf Coast University and remains active in clinical practice. Dr. Sillevis's research interests relate to manual therapy, pain, and brain modulation.

Dr. Mark Erickson

Physical Therapist
Mark Erickson, PT, MA, DScPT, OCS

Dr. Mark Erickson has been practicing physical therapy 38 years and teaching at entry level, residency and post-professionally for 29 years.  He has always maintained his clinical practice and specializes in pain, body awareness training, post-surgical rehabilitation, competitive and recreational sports PT, performing arts, injury prevention, and manual therapy.  Dr. Erickson is board certified as an orthopedic physical therapy specialist, orthopedic manual therapist and Feldenkrais Practitioner.  He also holds a Medical Level III certification through the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) as a golf medical professional. Dr. Erickson is an Associate Professor at FGCU and teaches in the Physical Therapy and Exercise Science Programs.
Dr. Elizabeth Templeton

Pelvic Health Physical Therapist
Elizabeth Templeton, PT, DPT

Dr. Templeton earned her Bachelor's degree in Kinesiology from Temple University. In 2008 she graduated from Arcadia University in Glennside, PA, with her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. She is a Board-Certified Clinical Specialist in Geriatric Physical Therapy and a Certified Pregnancy and Postpartum Corrective Exercise Specialist. She is passionate about educating the community, students and current practitioners on pelvic disorders and has taught continued education courses locally as well as presented at conferences. She is currently a Visiting Instructor at Florida Gulf Coast University. Her current area of practice is treating pelvic floor disorders with a special interest in pregnancy, postpartum and pelvic pain.