Staff - ReFORM


Jennifer Henry, PT, DPT, MPH

Jen earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Northwestern University.  She has been practicing for nine years and has seven years of private-practice management experience prior to moving to Cleveland.  Her clinical skills focus on sports rehabilitation including running analysis, cycling and bike fit, as well as general orthopedic pain and injury.  In addition, she has a special interest in the performing arts including treating musicians to help them rehab and prepare for their upcoming events.  In order to support her patients’ goals in returning to their sport, being pain-free at their desk, or hitting the stage, she combines her manual therapy skills, exercise knowledge, sports-specific skills, and Pilates certification to develop personalized, research-based, effective treatment programs.  Jen also has a background in community health promotion and disease prevention with a Master of Public Health degree from George Washington University.  She spent five years working on health policy in Washington, DC and feels passionately about using health education and movement to promote community wellbeing and empowerment.  She is a dedicated Wolverine fan having earned her Bachelor of Science from the University of Michigan.  She also serves as part-time faculty in the physical therapy program at Cleveland State University.

David J Skrajner, PT, DPT

David was born and raised in the Cleveland suburb of Euclid, Ohio. After graduating from St. Ignatius High School, he went on to earn degrees from both the University of Notre Dame and Slippery Rock University, where he earned his clinical doctorate in physical therapy.  David has worked extensively in the field of orthopedic rehabilitation over his 9 year career, specializing in disorders of the spine and extremities.  He is a certified Pilates instructor through Balanced Body, a national leader in Pilates education and equipment.  His special interests include the treatment of performing artists and the use of dry needling for the treatment of myofascial pain. 

Grace Nicklos, BFA, Certified Pilates Instructor 
Grace is a dancer, dance educator, choreographer, and certified Pilates instructor. She is currently a company member and Education Director for The Movement Project, a modern dance company in Cleveland, as well as a dance educator throughout Northeast Ohio. Grace holds a BFA in Dance Performance and Choreography from Ohio University, where she began her Pilates training under Mariana Walchli. In addition, Grace has studied Pilates mat and apparatus through national leaders in Pilates education, Power Pilates and Balanced Body. Grace holds two Power Pilates certifications and is currently obtaining her certification from Balanced Body. Her interests in anatomy and functional movement of the body drive her passion for teaching Pilates as a form of whole body health and wellness.


Nikki Fisher,BS, LMT, Yoga Instructor

Nikki is excited to introduce Body Soulutions, at ReFORM.  Body Soulutions is a truly unique and integrated approach to bodywork, which consists of therapeutic massage techniques, energy work and yoga.  Nikki has always been passionately curious about the human body, and what makes it tick.  That passion and curiosity through life has lead her down many paths including (but not limited to), a Bachelor of Science in Biology, a license in massage therapy, and 17 years of experience, training as a yoga instructor, yoga teacher trainer, health educator/coach and energy work practitioner.  You can rest assured that whatever your ache or pain, she has a soulution just for you!