Jordyn Funk has joined the team as an occupational therapist at the company’s Livonia clinic.
In her role as an occupational therapist, Funk will provide intensive evaluation and treatment to The Recovery Project’s clients and will create customized programs that utilize the latest research-proven best practices and state-of-the-art equipment for clients, including those with neurological disorders. Funk will also leverage her certifications in VitalStim and Neuro-Developmental Treatment (C/NDT).
“Jordyn has a wealth of knowledge and recognition in the industry, as well as a strong passion for providing patients with the treatment they need to help achieve their goals and unlock new levels of recovery and quality of life,” said Swingle. “We are excited to welcome her to the team, and know she will make a positive, meaningful difference for our clients.”
Prior to joining The Recovery Project, Funk was an occupational therapist with Crawl Walk Run Jump Therapy in Clinton Township, and served in various occupational therapy roles with skilled nursing facilities and inpatient hospitals, as well as the Michigan Career and Technical Institute, and Bronson Methodist Hospital. Funk earned a master’s degree in occupational therapy and a bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary health services from Western Michigan University. Additionally, Funk was the recipient of Western Michigan University’s Marion R. Spear Award, which is given to one graduate student who has shown outstanding interest, dedication and commitment to the goals of occupational therapy and who demonstrates potential for making future contributions to the profession.