Sharon Drehs, P.T.
Mrs. Drehs obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy at Northwestern University. As the owner of the Balance Institute of Indiana, she has over 20 years of experience with her geriatric and neurological patient population. She completed her initial competency certification in Vestibular Rehabilitation from the University of Miami in 1999, followed by the Advanced competency in Vestibular Rehabilitation from Emory University in Atlanta in 2005. She specializes in the evaluation and treatment of vertigo and balance disorders since 1998. Her facility’s focus on the team approach promotes a solid emphasis on behavior modification and functional outcomes.
She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association. Participating in the Private Practice, Home Health, Balance and Vestibular special interest groups. When it comes to helping people function better, Mrs. Drehs is fully prepared and experienced to select the most effective plan of care for her patients.
She has a true passion for her profession and strives to provide quality, professional services to the vestibular and balance impaired population. Sharon goes the “extra- mile” for her clients and meets challenges with tenacity and compassion.
Sheila is the Office Administrator at the Balance Institute. She joined our dymanic team in 2002. Her extensive knowledge and attention to detail provides for a smooth running operation. She thrives on keeping updated with Medicare/Medicaid regulations and maintains excellent relationships with both the insurance carriers and most importantly our clients. She takes pride in knowing the patients and their families. When Sheila is not making our clinic a better place, she enjoys spending time with her husband Gary and family.
Suzanne M. Foley, M.S., CCC-A
Suzanne M. Foley, M.S., CCC-A has over 18 years of experience in many aspects of clinical audiology. She received her Bachelor's and Master's degree from Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. Clinical services include comprehensive hearing testing, hearing aid and assistive listening devices fittings and repairs for children and adults and vestibular testing. She is one of the few audiologists in the state of Indiana who specializes in the evaluation and treatment of auditory processing disorders in children and adults. In addition to her work at the Balance Institute of Indiana, she is a part time clinician at the VA Medical Center in Indianapolis. She is a part time faculty member in the doctoral audiology programs at Ball State University and A.T. Still University. Suzanne has previously served on the Board of the Central Indiana First Steps Council and as President of HEAR Indiana (statewide organization for hearing impaired children and their families). She has provided numerous conference presentations for local, state and national organizations on hearing loss and auditory processing disorders. She lives in Fishers, Indaina with her husband Shane and three children, Kyle, Sophie and Nicholas.
Bobbie joined BII in August of 2010 as the Front Office Assistant at our North side office. She assists our patients with their insurance eligibility benefits, authorizations, and scheduling. In addition, she works closely with our Office Administrator to assure that our patients have the best experience possible at the Balance Institute of Indiana.
Bobbie resides in Fishers, Indiana her husband Travis. Outside of work, she enjoys traveling with Travis and visiting their son Tyler in Southern Indiana and their daughter Sami in Michigan.
Kristen Moore, BS, MPT, CEEAA
Kristen (Kristi) Moore obtain her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at Indiana University in Bloomington, IN and her Master of Physical Therapy at Chatham University in Pittsburgh, PA in 1998. After working at Wishard Hospital in the acute care setting, she decided to specialize in vestibular and balance disorders. She completed her Herdman competency certification in Vestibular Rehabilitation from Emory University in 2001. In 2012, she became a Certified Expert in Exercise for the Aging Adult ( CEEAA) and has completed training in the PWR! program for Parkinson's disease. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association.
Kristi resides on the south side of Indianapolis with her husband and two children. when not working, Kristi enjoys gardening, traveling, exercise and scouting activities with her children.