Megan joined Paramount in 2013 after completing rotations in a hospital and leading a stroke support group. One thing she values about Paramount is the focus on patients. Appointments are scheduled with enough time to give patients what they need and teach them how to help themselves. Megan also loves getting to know her patients on a personal level. She grew up in Bay City and still lives in the area with her husband and daughter. She specializes in shoulders and work conditioning patients. In her free time, Megan enjoys garage saleing, shopping, visiting Disney and spending time with her husband and daughter.
Lauren works with patients of all ages, but feels a special calling to work with the very youngest children. Before joining Paramount in 2016, Lauren worked with children under 3 years old through schools in Bay, Arenac and Genesee counties. She loved that, but appreciates that Paramount also gives her the opportunity to work with older patients. As a college student, though, Lauren didn’t imagine herself working with human patients at all. Instead, she set out for a career in veterinary medicine. When it came time to apply for graduate school, she realized she loved animals, but didn’t love animal medicine. Instead, she found herself drawn to human medicine. Today, she loves finding creative ways to help and educate people. In her free time, Lauren enjoys trying her hand at interior design on a budget. She also watches Netflix and swims. Lauren was born and raised in the area and still lives here.
Sheri has spent most of her career at Paramount, joining the team in 2000. She loves the variety of patients she sees and is grateful for a good working atmosphere and friendly relationships among the staff. She is married with 3 children. Her family enjoys camping. Sheri also has an affinity for architecture. She started studying architecture in college, but switched to the OT program. Someday, she’d like to help people modify their homes to accommodate mobility issues.
Ashley loves everything about working in health care. “I like the diverse patient load. I get to see kids here, but I also get to see adults, neuro patients, vestibular patients, everyone.” Before starting at Paramount in 2016, Ashley worked as a Physical Therapy Assistant in a school setting. She continues to specialize in working with children. Ashley, who was born and raised in this area, is married with three children. She enjoys traveling with her family.
Manju serves as the Rehab Director for Paramount Rehabilitation Services. After graduating from India in 1990 as a Physical Therapist, Manjusha worked in an Outpatient Rehab Center and ICU burn units. Manjusha owned her own rehab center in India.
After arriving in this country in 1993 with her husband, Sunil, Manju worked in various settings including inpatient, outpatient, nursing homes, and home care agencies and school settings. Sunil and Manju opened Paramount Rehabilitation Services in Bay City in 1997.
Sunil is the president and owner of Paramount Rehabilitation Services. He graduated from a university in India in 1981 and owned a private practice there. Before opening Paramount Rehabilitation Services in 1997, Sunil worked in a variety of physical therapy settings including home care, nursing homes, acute care, community mental health and schools. Through those experiences, Sunil worked with Occupational and Speech therapists. He saw first how the different branches of therapy worked together to help people. From there, Sunil decided he wanted to open a center that could provide a full range of therapy under one roof. Sunil still sees patients every day. He is married to Manjusha Malewar, a Physical Therapist and the Rehabilitation Director for Paramount. Together, they enjoy camping and traveling with family.