Structural Elements® is both a philosophy and a method.
Rooted in the idea that the body will heal itself under the right conditions, our practitioners and clinics help facilitate body balancing. Now, we bring the (se)® philosophy and practices home to you to continue the journey or to start anew.
Meet our health professionals who are here to guide you to a more balanced life.
Douglas Bertram, L.Ac, MTCM
Doug is the founder and developed the roots of Structural Elements®. Doug is a sought after mentor and educator, having taught hundreds of therapists over the years. He practices in our clinic in Hagerstown, MD and is passionate about mentoring and collaborating with practitioners from all disciplines.
Jason Knicley, PT, DPT, MTC, CDNT
Jason is a highly accomplished physical therapist with advanced certifications in manual therapy, soft tissue therapy and is a certified professional through the Titleist Performance Institute. Jason owns and practices in the Frederick Structural Elements® clinic.
Anne Bertram, MFA, CHHC, CMA
Anne is the Director of (se)® LAB in our Hagerstown clinic. She comes to us as a Certified Movement Analyst, long time educator of movement and a certified Pilates Instructor through Balanced Body®.
Luke Laga, L.Ac.
Luke has practiced in multiple clinical and private settings after completing his medical program in Traditional Eastern Medicine. He is a practitioner at our Structural Elements® Milwaukee clinic, a mentor to new therapists and a long standing contributor to the development of (se)®.
Kevan Creighton, ATC, LAT
Kevan is a practitioner and owner of our Milwaukee clinic. He brings more than ten years experience working with professional athletes and is passionate about bringing major league services to his patients. He is also the co-host of The Candid Athletic Trainer podcast now in it's third season.
Dr. Michael S. Day, MD, MPhil, FAAOS
Dr. Day is a board-certified, sports medicine fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon practicing in Chambersburg, PA. With over a decade in training and expertise in body mechanics, physiology, and longevity, Dr. Day’s practice focuses on the total care of the athlete.
Dr. Rick Bishop, DC, CCSP
Dr. Bishop is a Certified Sports Chiropractic Physician and helps his patients live a more active life at any age. He is the President of the Professional Baseball Chiropractic Society and is currently on staff with a MLB team in addition to his practice in Punxsutawney, PA.
David Everhart, LMT
David has worked in orthopedics and wellness for more than 15 years. He has a degree in Physical Therapy Assistant in addition to his massage experience. Dave works with patients in our Hagerstown clinic and coordinates our (se)® Recovery Zones at race events.
Connor Leichtle, ATC, LAT
Connor has graduated with a Masters in Health and Human Physiology. With athletic training experience in D1 collegiate baseball, as well as the MLB, NFL, and other Division 1 colleges, he relates well with his patients no matter what their sport or activity may be.
Leah Rockwell, LPC, LCPC
Director of Mental Health of (se)® LAB, founder of Rockwell Wellness Counseling and a Licensed Counselor in PA and MD. Leah has worked extensively in independent schools and higher education, holding leadership roles in residential and experiential programming. She holds an M.Ed. in school counseling and is a co-parenting mom of a teen and pre-teen.
Jevin Boardman, LMT
Jevin is a talented massage therapist practicing in our Structural Elements® Milwaukee clinic. He has been featured in Massage and Bodywork Journal and is working towards licensure in Precision Neuromuscular Therapy.
Jonathan Ferris, L.Ac., C.PED, MTCM
Jonathan is a practitioner of Structural Elements® in our Milwaukee clinic and is also our orthotics specialist. He holds a national certification in Pedorthics in addition to his Traditional Chinese Medicine background. Jonathan enjoys working with all ranges of patients who want to stay healthy and active.
Dr. Robin Nusslock, PhD
Director of Research at (se)® LAB, Associate Professor of Psychology, Neurobiology, and Psychiatry at Northwestern University. Dr. Nusslock serves as the Director of the Affective & Clinical Neuroscience Laboratory. With over 90 publications, his research examines how the brain creates emotion, and which brain systems generate risk and resilience for mental and physical health problems during periods of stress.
Tristan Glosby, RMP
Tristan was inspired to become a massage therapist after being a patient at Structural Elements®. After graduating from Northern Virginia School of Therapeutic Massage where he was trained in Swedish and Deep Tissue modalities, Tristan is ready to serve patients in our Hagerstown community. Outside of the clinic, Tristan is a ceramic artist who has worked around the country, enjoys swimming and likes to travel.
Dr. Chuck Gibbs, DACM, L.Ac
Chuck recently moved to our Hagerstown practice from Nashville where he was a practitioner for almost 20 years. He is a lifelong learner and is currently working on a Master's degree in Sport Science and Rehabilitation.