Meg Simonetti-Deters



  • Corporate Office, 24014 Renwick Rd, Suite 206, Plainfield, IL 60544
  • 800 974 4378


  • Sports Rehabilitation
  • Pre and Post Natal Fitness Specialist
  • Manual Intervention
  • Post Concussion Syndrome Treatment
  • Vestibular Dysfunction
  • Post-operative Rehabilitation
  • Core Stabilization Specialist

About me

Dr. Meg Deters has more than 9 years of clinical experience with a diverse patient population. Patients rave about Meg’s manual interventions and her functional movement-based approach helping them achieve their goals effectively and efficiently. Meg is dedicated to helping her patients make objective gains in addition to understanding their pathology and movement dysfunctions to prevent future injury. Every patient is unique, and Meg always helps patients truly get better, faster.


  • University of Illinois, Bachelor's in Kinesiology, 2011
  • Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy, 2014
  • Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, Masters in Health Administration, 2014


Meg, a Chicago-suburbanite, is a Big10 fan cheering on the Illini. Meg is also a big Blackhawks and Bears fan. As a past athlete, exercise and physical fitness are a cornerstone of her day-to-day life; running, hiking, yoga and Pilates based activities fill her time. When Meg is at home, she is enjoying her family including toddler twins, an active dog, and a loving husband.


What is muscle soreness and why do we even get it??  1. Everyone has experienced muscle soreness at one point in their lives. For runners, it usually happens one or two days after a longer-than-usual run and can be described as achiness, pain, or muscle tenderness felt…

1. POSTURE The same posture that is taught in everyday life is the same posture used for running.  When you are told to sit up straight, you should straighten up your spine, engage your core muscles. Squeeze your shoulder blades together and keep your head…

Runners deal with a lot of injuries during training! Here, we will provide brief descriptions on diagnoses commonly related to running and, in future posts, give you ideas on how to help. 1. Heel pain (plantar fasciitis): Plantar fasciitis or plantar fasciopathy is an irritation…