Dr. Samir Sharma

Dr. Sharma grew up in Kalamazoo, Michigan as the child of Indian immigrants and left for college to pursue a degree in Biology at Saint Louis University. Following his time there, he attended the University of Miami for my Doctorate in Physical Therapy with a focus in entrepreneurship and business management. He has prior outpatient orthopedics and sports medicine work experience, home health, off-season training for professional athletes with a rehab focus

Passion, Positivity, and Loyalty these are the three main Core Values that drives Dr. Sharma each day. He is also very passionate about setting the long term vision of Activa Physical Therapy and helping local residents with their health and ailments.

“The future belongs to whose who believe in the beauty of their dreams” -Eleanor Roosevelt

Dr. Sharma’s main driver is to spread awareness that the body can be fixed and healed through natural means of movement, nutrition and mental balance. They body wants to heal itself… we just give it the ability to do so quicker.

Complex total joint replacement recovery, failed back surgery syndrome, and multi-level disc + nerve pathology are some of the conditions that Dr. Sharma specializes in.

Here at Activa Physical Therapy we have created The ability to provide a patient first service experience. We pride ourselves on compassion, timeliness, and integrating the care component of healthcare into each of our interactions with our clients. Coming from a nationwide therapy chain prior and seeing impersonal care + rushed treatments, Dr. Sharma aimed to create a healing and upbeat environment focusing on serving and educating the community.

What’s Dr. Sharma Reading and Listening To?

  • The Alchemist-Paulo Coelho
  • Into The Magic Shop-James Doty, MD
  • When Breath Becomes Air-Paul Kalanithi

When he’s not at Activa Physical Therapy you can find Dr. Sharma spending time with his wife and family outside of work. He is an avid reader, staying in tune with current events, be outdoors, and travel the globe.