Christine Strong, DPT joined the Rebound Fitness team in 2016. She received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse in 2011. She has worked primarily in orthopedics and sports medicine settings throughout her physical therapy career.
Bob Mayerson MS, ATC, LAT, CES, CEAS-II, OTC, ROT, OBT has been an board certified Athletic Trainer for 22 years and have held Illinois athletic training licensure since 2004. He earned his Bachelor's of Science degree in Sports Medicine and Athletic Training from Eastern Michigan University and his Master's of Science degree in Exercise Science.
He holds certifications in corrective exercise, industrial and office ergonomics, functional capacity evaluations, orthopedic injury prevention and rehabilitation, adult and pediatric orthopedic casting and bracing, and OSHA construction and general industry safety. Bob applies these orthopedic and neurological skills working with all levels of the high school athletic teams. Bob has worked at Rebound Fitness & Rehabilitation since the beginning of the 2022-2023 school year at Mundelein High School.
ATC, LAT, Founder and Director, Rebound Fitness & Rehabilitation, Inc.
Greg Cadichon has been a Licensed and Certified Athletic Trainer for nearly three decades. Since receiving a B.S. degree in Kinesiology from Illinois State University, he has continuously distinguished himself as a dynamic force in the performance and rehabilitation industry. Greg tuned his skills while working in the physical therapy department of Evanbrook Orthopedics. He is the Founder and Director of Rebound Fitness & Rehabilitation, a physical therapy and sports performance clinic in Northbrook, Illinois. Also, Greg founded Rebound Athletics, which operates primarily in Asia. He is a National Athletic Trainers Association approved provider of continuing education to sports medicine professionals. Additionally, Greg developed and holds two patents for athletic braces. He is the inventor of the Cadlow Shoulder Stabilizer, a device used to correct shoulder instability, and a functional knee brace.