About 3D Wellness

3D Wellness is devoted to your pain, functional movement, balance and massage needs. We will be your resource for unleashing strength, minimizing pain, and improving your grace and balance. Teaming up will allow us to offer a whole range of services to help you get back in the game, whether you run marathons, do triathlons, or just want to be able to run through the airport to catch a flight or pick up your kids without hurting your back.

Joani Donovan

Joani Donovan

Joani is a 2003 graduate of the Northwest Academy of Massotherapy. She completed a 600-hour program in Anatomy & Physiology and Massage Theory.

Continuing education plays an important part in Joani's success to be able to conform the massage to the client's individual needs. She is a Certifed Myoskeletal Alignment Therapist (Structural Integration); Certified Kinesiotaping Practitioner. Modallities include Myofascial Release, Craniosacral Therapy, LaStone Therapy. neck & whiplash techniques and Upper / Lower cross syndrome corrections. She has also built relationships with other healthcare professionals to be a resource for her clients' needs.

Check out her strategic alliances in the Toledo area including nutrition counseling, chiropractors, plastic / orthopedic / vascular surgeons, life coaching, yoga and personal fitness trainers.

Dr. Katie Varga, PT, DPT

Dr. Alisha Bruhl, PT, DPT, CSCS

Alisha earned her Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science then continued to achieve her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Toledo. She is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. In February 2014, Dr. Bruhl opened Elite Sports and Orthopedic Physical Therapy with the goal to provide the Toledo area with a unique and highly effective approach to physical therapy. She continuously is striving towards achieving that goal and provide the best for the Toledo area. In October 2016, she collaborated with other like minded health and wellness professionals to form a comprehensive health and wellness center, 3D Wellness.

Dr. Bruhl specializes in treating endurance athletes, but has experience in treating a wide variety of injuries. Her treatment approach is optimizing movement and empowering people to overcome and prevent injuries. Elite is becoming well known to the community in the area of fitness and sports performance. Dr. Bruhl has been invited as a guest speaker at several events and on local radio as an expert in health and wellness. She has been a proud sponsor of the triathlete team, Team Elite. In collaboration with 3D Wellness, Dr. Bruhl, is thankful to be a part of sponsoring several local health and wellness oriented teams and groups including Team Toledo.

Tony Fondren, LMT

Tony Fondren, LMT

I believe in looking for the root cause of the problem and addressing it at its source. I don't see the logic in treating symptoms, as they will just continue to reoccur, over and over again. Through keen observation I have noticed a direct correlation between pain and imbalances in the flow of blood and lymph. Areas of the body that are overworked will draw blood flow away from the areas that are under worked. Thus, it is the imbalances that need to be addressed in order to fix the problem.

Originally I had plans of becoming a mechanical engineer, and earned my associate degree while working in the automotive industry. In an effort to further my education I pursued a baccalaureate degree. However, my ever changing work schedule made it nearly impossible to complete. So, I took the skilled trades exam, and scored in the top of the class. The job I was offered required me to change direction, as I was offered the electrician apprenticeship. After several years I became increasingly aware that my spirit was just not into fixing robots and automation. I looked around and saw lots of pain and suffering and the robots I was working on didn't feel a thing. So, I set off on a path to learn to fix the human body, taking with me the knowledge of mechanics and electricity and applying them to heal my clients.

Dr. Olivia Terrell, PT, DPT, CSCS

Dr. Olivia Terrell, PT, DPT, CSCS

Olivia received her Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from the University of Akron and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Toledo. She is also a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, its Orthopedic Section, and the Performing Arts Special Interest Group.

Dr. Terrell has been a dance instructor in Ohio since 2007 teaching at both competition studios and pre-professional ballet studios. She primarily teaches ballet and pointe and has taught private lessons to award winning students and prepared students for the Youth America Grand Prix international ballet competition. Dr. Terrell also has experience with contemporary, modern, jazz, and lyrical dance. She had danced for over 15 years and realizes the demand placed on the performing artist’s body as well as the desire to continue to pursue one’s passion. She also has experience working with dancers, gymnasts, and figure skaters. Dr. Terrell's goal is to provide performing arts specific and effective physical therapy treatment to that population in the Toledo, OH area. She also strives to address the injury risk factors associated to the extreme demands of performing arts related movements and activities.

Erica Wheeler

Erica Wheeler

Erica Wheeler is a Licensed Massage Therapist as well as a Certified Personal Trainer specializing in Neurokinetic therapy, Functional Movement Screening and Kinesiology taping. She obtained her massage license through Orion institute and her personal trainers license through the National Academy of Sports Medicine. Through various continuing education courses including cranial sacral techniques, Neurokineic Therapy, Kinesiology taping through Rocktape, IASTM with rockblade, and Functional Movement Screening Erica sets to provide a unique appropriate to treating clients as a whole. Erica has always been fascinated with the anatomy and physiology of the human body. She started her journey out by earning a degree in Applied Science majoring in Radiology. After advancing in this field for over 7 years she discovered she wanted to do more to help people help themselves. This led her to earning her Personal Trainers Certificate through the National Academy of Sports Medicine. Not long after earning her CPT certificate she started working with a licensed massage therapist, who specializes in pain and movement massage therapy, for her own personal health. This led her to her new passion for massage.

Erica now helps individuals overcome pain and movement problems through specific screening processes while then providing corrective exercises to help her clients feel better longer. With her passion for learning Erica will continue to educate herself on the newest and greatest ways to help her clients live and feel better!

Dr. Olivia Terrell, PT, DPT, CSCS

Dr. Katie Varga, PT, DPT

Katie began her physical therapy career as a Physical Therapist Assistant in 2008. In 2011, she obtained her bachelor’s degree at Lourdes College majoring in interdisciplinary studies with concentrations in natural science and humanities. In 2015, she achieved her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at the University of Findlay.

Since obtaining her doctorate in physical therapy, Katie has been honing her skills in the sports medicine and orthopedic sector. She has developed a passion for treating hockey players in particular but has experience treating other athletes. Dr. Varga is also a concussion management specialist providing consulting services to optimize emergency response and testing to return athletes safely to sport following a concussion. Outside of the clinic, she works with the St. Francis de Sales hockey team performing sideline assistance and rehabilitation of injured players. Katie loves every aspect of the physical therapy field especially seeing her patients recover quickly and excel in their sport.