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Ibrahim Arowolo, PT, CLT, CKTP, President

Ibrahim Arowolo, president of Pro-Health Physical Rehabilitation Services, has more than 22 years of experience as a Physical Therapist, including over eight years working in a Level 1 trauma center as supervising therapist. He has managed more than 35 full time employees as Director of Rehabilitation in a rehab facility prior to starting his own business in December of 2005.

Ibrahim graduated in 1992 from the College of Medicine, University of Lagos, Lagos State, Nigeria with a Bachelor of Science (honors) in Physiotherapy.

He also is a recognized clinical specialist in cardiovascular and pulmonary physical therapy and has extensive knowledge and experience in the area of orthopedic and sports physical therapy, and headache and pain management.

Additionally, he is certified in lymphedema management, kinesio taping, and is working towards board certification in manual therapy.

He has extensive experience in the use of techniques such as Primal Reflex Release, Strain Counter Strain, Total Motion Release and Muscle Energy. These certifications demonstrate his commitment to improving public health by enhancing his clinical excellence.

He is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, the Illinois Physical Therapy Association, the Illinois Network of Independent Physical Therapists (INIPT), and the Kinesio Tape Association.

Ibrahim and his family have lived in the Bolingbrook area of Illinois since 2002.

When he is not working he enjoys sports, listening to music and keep abreast of world affairs. He volunteers as a coach with the Bolingbrook Community Basketball (BCB) and Bolingbrook Soccer Club (BSC). He also volunteers as a coach with the Bolingbrook youth baseball league (BYBL).

He is a strong patient advocate and is committed to being a proven leader in patient outcomes.

Click here to read a newspaper article about Ibrahim.


Audrey Nelson Arowolo, Occupational Therapist

Audrey Nelson Arowolo received her Bachelor of Arts and English at the University of Uyo in Nigeria and her Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy in 2008 from Chicago State University.

She worked in a skilled nursing facility originally before joining Pro-Health Physical Rehabilitation Services first on a part-time basis and in 2010, full-time. She says she prefers the outpatient setting because it provides her with a better opportunity to work with a broader population across the lifespan.

“I also find it more challenging and it encourages new learning since it provides a broader range of diagnosis to work with,” she added.

Audrey has extensive experience in working with upper body dysfunction specific to orthopedic and work related injuries (hand, elbow and shoulder injuries), and neuromuscular dysfunction. She continuously takes relevant continuing education classes to in order to provide the most effective, current and evidence based care to her patients.

She has experience with manual therapy techniques like Strain Counter Strain and Kinesiotaping.

Audrey is a member of the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) and the Illinois Occupational Therapy Association (ILOTA) and is registered with the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT)

When she is not working, her hobbies include spending time with family and friends, cooking, trying new foods, listening to music, watching movies and traveling.