Holly Lookabaugh-Deur

Holly Lookabaugh-Deur

Holly Lookabaugh-Deur, PT, DSc, GCS is the founder and president of Generation Care and contributes 34 years of clinical experience to the company with rehabilitation clinics across West Michigan. She specializes in post-mastectomy management, cancer-related fatigue, geriatric fall-prevention programming and hockey-related injuries. Holly is board certified as a geriatrics clinical specialist, a certified LSVT physical therapist, specializing in movement principles for lifelong management of Parkinson’s disease, a certified wound-care specialist and serves as a fall-prevention researcher for the Centers for Disease Control. She is also part of the adjunct faculty at CMU’s physical therapy doctoral program, a regular columnist for Senior Perspectives and has provided more than 20 continuing-education courses for her peers. Holly studied as an undergraduate at the University of Connecticut, obtained a master’s in health science neurology from GVSU and a doctorate of science in geriatrics from Rocky Mountain University.


Economic freedom is key to health care reform

October 17, 2014
I left the recent West Michigan Policy Forum with a bit of a different perspective than most who attended. Read More

Health care evolution: A new era of taxes

July 17, 2014
As the evolution of the new era of health care continues, it’s critical for us to evaluate the complexity of these new laws from a variety of tax perspectives: the insurance industry, small business, health care providers, employers and, of course, the consumer. Read More

The heart of health care reform: Part II

May 28, 2014
Wading through the impact of health care reform is no easy task, but one thing is clear: every player will play a part in making it work. Read More

The heart of health care reform: Part I

April 30, 2014
We've all been overwhelmed with news about health care reform this past year. Read More