Dr. Frank Klene
Owner, Physical Therapist, and Personal Trainer
Dr. Frank Klene is a licensed physical therapist. In addition to his Doctorate in physical therapy, Dr. Klene is a Board Certified Specialist in Orthopedic Physical Therapy and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. He has co-authored several research studies, including a publication in the Journal of Manual and Manipulative Therapy. While Dr. Klene treats a variety of patients and diagnoses, he holds a special interest in spine and sport rehabilitation, as he has personally battled with pain throughout his adult life requiring three spinal surgeries. His experience has helped him develop an intimate and empathic perspective when treating patients. Dr. Klene enjoys spending time with his wife and three sons and loves to fish and hunt.
Physical Therapist, Certified Fitness Specialist
In April 2017, IROC welcomed Amy Klooster, a licensed Physical Therapist and graduate of the Indiana University School of Physical Therapy into the practice. Amy is a seasoned PT and comes to us with over 20 years of physical therapy experience including the areas of acute and inpatient care, neurological PT, skilled nursing, outpatient sports medicine, and private practice. Amy is passionate about giving back to the community and has served on the boards of The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Hooverwood Nursing Home, and Advocates Home Healthcare. She has been actively involved with the Eskenazi/ Pecar Health Center, the Christamore House Guild, and Brooke's Place. Amy enjoys spending time with her husband, John, their two daughters, Brittany and Danielle, and their dog, Romeo. She also enjoys waterskiing, boating, tennis, golf, yoga, walking, and reading.
Bryson Platt began working at IROC as a physical therapist in August of 2020. He graduated from Ball State University with a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science and attended physical therapy school at Bellarmine University in Louisville, Kentucky. After graduating from Ball State Bryson spent time working as a corporate health coach, and spent a year working in research at Indiana University. After leaving the research field he returned to school to pursue his doctorate in physical therapy. Bryson has particular interest in orthopedic physical therapy using therapeutic exercise and manual therapy to help patients reach their goals while moving and feeling better.
Staci is a born and raised Hoosier, and grew up in West Lafayette. Staci graduated from Ivy Tech Community College in 2009 with her certifications in Medical Billing, Coding and Transcription. She has 20 years' experience in the healthcare industry and strives on providing a customer service experience like no other. Staci joined IROC Physical Therapy in 2017, and looks forward to being with the company for years to come. Outside of work, she enjoys being with her husband Cliff, daughters Maci and Lorelai and their Rottweiler Negan. She enjoys reading, cooking, watching college basketball (Boiler Up!!) with her family and attending all the events and activities of her daughters.
Physical Therapist Assistant
Brittany is a recent graduate of the Physical Therapist Assistant program at Ivy Tech. She also received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Indiana University in Psychology in 2014. After graduating, she worked as a rehab technician at an outpatient orthopedic clinic where she realized that it was her strongest and favorite area of physical therapy. She has a passion for educating people on how to make positive changes to their everyday lives through exercise and generally healthy choices. In her free time, she loves to spend time with her husband, Calvin, at their cabin in southern Indiana or at the apple orchard in Danville that he owns. She also loves hiking with him and their Bernedoodle, Oliver.
Physical Therapist Assistant
John is a new graduate from the physical therapist assistant program at the University of Saint Francis and has received a Bachelor's degree of Exercise Science from IU back in 2018. John recently started working at IROC physical therapy in September of 2022 and is excited to work in an outpatient setting to improve people's quality of life through exercise. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his friends and family and maintaining an active lifestyle.
Director of Fitness
Ceci Jennings brings over 15 years of fitness experience to IROC. She is responsible for the implementation and development of the personal training and pilates programs. Throughout her career she worked in various health clubs, universities, and most recently owned and operated her own personal training business. Cecile is an accomplished athlete, swimming competitively for 16 years. While in high school she competed at the Indiana State Championships four years in a row. Additionally, she has completed 7 marathons and multiple mini-marathons. She remains active by training for marathons and practicing yoga and pilates. Cecile earned her Bachelor’s degree from Butler University in 1990. She is certified through the American Council on Exercise (ACE), is a Certified Nutrition and Wellness Consultant (AFP), and is IMX Pilates floor and reformer certified. Ceci spends her spare time being Super-Aunt to her 16 nieces and nephews
Rehab Technician & Personal Trainer
Emma joined IROC as a rehab technician and personal trainer in December of 2020. She graduated from Butler University in May of 2022 with a Bachelor's in Human Movement and Health Sciences. During her time at Butler, she acted as the Director of Health and Wellness for Delta Gamma and participated on the Club Volleyball team. She has found a passion in personal training and is working on becoming a certified personal trainer while completing her applications for physical therapy school. She enjoys spending quality time with her friends, family, and especially her niece! Emma's passions also include traveling, watching tv series, and cheering on Butler basketball.
Rehab Technician & Personal Trainer
Alexis Joined IROC Physical Therapy as a rehab technician and personal trainer in May 2021. Alexis is a recent graduate from Butler University where she majored in Biology with a focus in Pre-Physical Therapy. During her years at Butler, she was a member of the Delta Gamma sorority and was also a part of the Butler University Cheer Team for four years. Alexis's passion for physical therapy has continued to grow over the years and she is currently in the process of completing her physical therapy school applications. Alexis enjoys traveling, reading, and spending time with friends. In the future, she hopes to one day open her own physical therapy clinic working with student athletes.