Robert (Bob) Wallace, PT/Owner practiced in various physical therapy settings before opening up his own clinic in 1997. His postgraduate studies concentrated in the area of manual orthopedic physical therapy with a special interest in the management of muscular skeletal disorders of the spine and extremities. He also has extensive background experience in sports medicine and pain management. Bob has been in practice since 1974.
Monica Norfleet PT has practiced 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 results.
Marcia Ellis PT (independent contractor) has specialized in Vestibular Rehabilitation since 2003. She has been in practice since 1974 and has a strong background in orthopedic manual therapy.
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. Ryan is the lead therapist at our Orange Grove clinic, a more private yet still excellent setting.
Katie Celaya P.T.-D.P.T. 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.
Christina Roberts P.T.A. 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.