Keli Schneberger

Keli Schneberger, MPT

Keli joined Healing Hands as a Physical Therapist with 27 years of experience in outpatient physical therapy.  She graduated from the University of Michigan in 1992 and began her career at St. Joseph Hospital before moving to Portland, Oregon.  While living in Portland for 10 years, she began her journey into alternative Physical Therapy with an emphasis on indirect methods such as Strain-Counterstrain, Myofascial Release, Craniosacral, Integrative Manual Therapy and Bowenwork. She returned to Ann Arbor in 2004 and worked at Chelsea Community Hospital for 15 years.  She also has a private practice as a Certified Bowen Practitioner and Watsu (water shiatsu) practitioner working to maximize wellness. When she is not seeing clients, she enjoys biking (mountain, gravel, road, and winter fat-bike), swimming, kayaking and hiking.

Keli has been an outpatient therapist working with spine and extremities but she especially enjoys working with:

  • Elite athletes to maximize their athletic potential and help with pre- and post-competition. She has worked with elite swimmers and divers, rowers, runners, triathletes, cyclists as well as dedicated recreational athletes to ensure that they can continue their sport.

  • Musicians with repetitive motion and postural dysfunction related to their instruments

  • Breast Health and women post-cancer and reconstruction (lumpectomies, mastectomies, implants, TRAM flaps)

  • Aquatic therapy clients – Bad Ragaz, Watsu, therapeutic exercise

  • Headaches, post-concussion syndrome, whiplash, temporo-mandibular joint treatment


  • University of Michigan – Flint, Masters in Physical Therapy

  • University of Michigan – Flint, Bachelor of Science in Health Science

Continuing Education:

  • Barral institute – Visceral Mobilization

  • Bowen Technique, Certified

  • Craniosacral

  • Jones Strain-Counterstrain

  • Integrative Manual Therapy:

  • Muscle Energy, McConnell Taping, David Butler Neuro-tissue Tension, John Barnes Myofascial Release

  • Watsu, practitioner

  • Aquatic therapist

  • Frank Lowen’s Biovalent Systems