St. Joseph Office
2500 Niles Rd.
St. Joseph, MI 49085
Monday-Friday 8am-12pm & 1pm-5pm
Adriana Medina - CPO is from Gobles, MI where she received a full-tuition academic scholarship to attend Western Michigan University. She completed the program and graduated in 2012 with her Bachelor's Degree in Exercise Science. Adriana continued her education in Ypsilanti, MI at Eastern Michigan University, completing a Master's of Science in Orthotics and Prosthetics in April 2015. Shortly after graduating, she pursued an amazing residency opportunity in Dayton, OH where she gained valuable experience working in many different aspects of orthotics and prosthetics at a very large clinic that partnered with many hospitals and clinics in and around the area. After completing her residency, Adriana moved back to Michigan to join the Teter family in June of 2017 and received her certification through the American Board of Certification (ABC) as a Certified Prosthetist Orthotist (CPO). She is excited to be back in the area where she was born and raised, where she will continue to provide the utmost level of care to every one of her patients.
During her free time, Adriana enjoys volunteering with Special Olympics, spending time with her husband, son, family, and friends, and enjoying all the fun outdoor activities that come with living in the beautiful state of Michigan.
Bridget Chadwick - CPO is originally from the Chicago area, but currently resides in Northern Michigan. She began her residency in the Traverse City office in August 2017 to become a board eligible prosthetist, orthotist. Bridget graduated from Saint Louis University with her Bachelor of Science in Pre-Occupational Therapy. After graduation, she began an Orthotic and Prosthetic internship at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago (AbilityLab). She graduated with her Masters of Orthotics and Prosthetics at Northwestern University Prosthetic Orthotic Center, in 2017. Bridget's aspirations to become a certified prosthetist orthotist stems from a background and personal history of dealing with the field. Bridget's older brother wore AFOs as a child and witnessing his progression and the support provided by his Orthotist is what inspired Bridget to make this a career. She believes there are not many jobs where you can truly combine patient advocacy with art and science – so she is very fortunate to have joined the Teter family.
She has a personal interest in traveling and learning about other cultures, especially trying different ethnic food. She has had a blast living in Northern Michigan and exploring all the beautiful water and abundant outdoor activities that the state has to offer. She has two Goldendoodle dogs named Gertie and Mabel, as well as a Bernedoodle dog niece named Lula.