Dr. Stacy Soappman

Doctor of Science in Physical Therapy

Fellowship Trained in Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy 


Stacy attended Andrews University in Berrien Springs, MI and received her Masters in Physical Therapy in 2001.  She then went on to receive her Doctorate of Science in Physical Therapy degree from Andrews University in 2011. Stacy completed her fellowship training in 2011, this designation is earned by less than 1% of physical therapists.   Stacy is a certified provider of dry needling and is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists.

In addition to practicing in the clinic Stacy regularly engages in teaching.   She has had the opportunity to teach and speak at local, national and international level.  Stacy is also an adjunct professor at Andrews University in the Physical Therapy Department.   

Stacy’s philosophy for treating people is: You can’t separate any part of the body.  Either treat the whole person or don’t treat anything.  As a former gymnast/swimmer and now cyclist/yogi Stacy understands that the whole body needs to work together in order to perform optimally.   What drew Stacy to MEND was that she could focus on treating the whole person. 

When she is not working you can find her in the mountains either hiking or camping with her husband, 2 kids, and 2 standard poodles or road biking.