Wallace Physical Therapy

Our Practice


Wallace Physical Therapy bringing Tucson, AZ hands on Physical Therapy since 1997.

Wallace Physical Therapy is a therapist-owned outpatient physical therapy clinic, opened in 1997, by Robert Wallace, P.T.  Our Oracle Road clinic has a well equipped rehab gym and six treatment rooms to serve you. Our practice has a distinct reputation for providing hands on quality care for your individual rehabilitation needs. 


We are most appreciative that previous patients often recommend our clinic to family and friends. We continue to treat our patients’ current rehabilitation needs, as well as empowering them with the ability to receive continued care. Our services provide our Tucson physical therapy patients with the education needed to maintain and grow their progress on their own, once their formal rehabilitation program with our clinic has come to an end. We have also added a After Care program, that offers our recently discharged patients the opportunity to continue their progress in a safe and supportive environment.

We have created a positive, supportive environment for your rehabilitation healing process, with ongoing encouragement from our friendly, understanding and compassionate staff.


We are also proud to offer a second Wallace Physical Therapy office for your outpatient physical therapy needs.  Our second Wallace Physical Therapy Clinic location is located on the northwest side of Tucson, just off W. Orange Grove and La Cholla. This clinic will also offer a rehab gym and four treatment rooms to serve you.

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Robert D. Wallace P.T.

Robert (Bob) Wallace, PT/Owner, has practiced in various physical
therapy settings before opening up his own clinic in 1997. His
postgraduate studies have concentrated in the area of manual
orthopedic physical therapy with a special interest in the
management of muscular skeletal disorder of the spine and
extremities. He also has extensive background experience in
sports medicine and pain management. Bob has been in
practice since 1974.

Email: wallacept1.bob@hotmail.com

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Monica Norfleet P.T.

Monica Norfleet, PT, has been in practice since 1988. Her areas
of specialty include: spine, sacroiliac dysfunction, extremities
and manual therapy. She has been a Kinesiotape practitioner
since 2006. Her many years of performing and teaching dance
have given her a multifaceted approach for education and
instructing patients on their rehabilitation goals for maximum

Email: wallacept1.monica@hotmail.com

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Katie (Modafferi) Celaya, PT, DPT.

Katie Modafferi-Celaya, PT, DPT, received her Doctorate of Physical
Therapy from A.T. Still University in Mesa, Arizona. Katie
completed specialized training from the APTA in Pelvic Floor
Physical Therapy & Obstetrics, and Post-Partum Physical
Therapy. Since 2008 she has specialized in treating women’s
health issues.

Email: drkatiecelaya@gmail.com

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Ryan Wallace, PT, DPT.

Ryan Wallace, PT, DPT, In 2015, Ryan received his Doctorate
of Physical Therapy from Northern Arizona University. Ryan
specializes in sports medicine, pain management, post-op
rehab, Sacroiliac Joint dysfunction, spine management,
Parkinson’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, and stroke rehab. He
has a hands on therapeutic approach with a strong emphasis on
patient centered care.

Email: ryanwallacedpt@gmail.com

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Christina Roberts, P.T.A.

Christina Roberts, PTA, graduated from the Physical Therapy
Assistant program at Pensacola Junior College with an
Associates of Science Degree in 1993. She specializes in
manual therapy utilizing various techniques. Christina’s
philosophy for one’s well being and healing is through the gift
of our hands, educating our patients and to exercise regularly.

Email: wallacept1.christina@hotmail.com

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Marcia Ellis, P.T.

Marcia Ellis, PT, (independent contractor) has specialized in
Vestibular Rehabilitation since 2003. If the inner ear does not
provide accurate sensory cues about movement, and the brain
can't quickly organize information sent to it by the ears, eyes,
and joints, the result can be: vertigo, dizziness, imbalance,
spatial/visual sensitivity and disorientation. The result is a lessor
quality of life and a higher fall risk. She has been in practice since
1974 and has a strong background in orthopedic manual therapy.

Email: wallacept1.marcia@hotmail.com