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ATSU Center for Occupational and Physical Therapy
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ATSU Center for Occupational and Physical Therapy

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A.T. Still University’s Center for Occupational and Physical Therapy is a pro-bono clinic providing student doctors the opportunity to perform occupational and physical therapy treatments under the supervision of department faculty and staff.

  • Conditions We Treat +

      • Pediatrics and adults with developmental disabilities
      • Adult neurological conditions (degenerative diseases, e.g., Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis)
      • Stroke, brain, and spinal cord injury rehabilitation
      • Vestibular and functional balance rehabilitation
      • Pelvic health (female & male)
      • Back pain
      • Sports and activity-related injuries
      • Postpartum pelvic health and care
      • Rehabilitation after joint replacements
      • Rehabilitation for amputees
      • Hand therapy
      • Adolescent orthopedics and musculoskeletal conditions across the lifespan
      • Rehabilitation for performing artists
      • Mental and behavioral health
      • Lymphedema

  • Contact Us +

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      Schedule an appointment or learn more:

      Location: 5850 E. Still Circle
      Mesa, AZ 85206
      Hours: Monday - Thursday 5:00-7:00 p.m. (by appointment only)
      Phone: 480.219.6180
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  • Faculty +

    • Our supervisory faculty have a wide range of specialties and clinical interests. Current faculty include:

      Deanne Fay, PT, DPT, MS, PCS, professor of physical therapy: pediatrics and adults with developmental disabilities

      Lori Bordenave, PT, DPT, PhD, chair of physical therapy and associate professor: adult neurological, geriatrics, total joint replacement

      Tammy Roehling, PT, DPT, associate professor of physical therapy: pelvic health (male and female)

      Pamela Kays, PT, DPT, assistant professor of physical therapy: pelvic health (female) Cecelia Sartor-Glittenberg, PT, PhD, NCS, adult neurologic, geriatrics, brain injury, spinal cord injury

      Cory Manton, PT, DPT, OCS,, assistant professor of physical therapy: musculoskeletal conditions across the lifespan, post-surgical orthopedic conditions, musculoskeletal pain, movement assessment, return to sport screening

      Carrie Robinson, PT, DPT, OCS,, assistant professor of physical therapy: adolescent orthopedics/musculoskeletal, performing artists (dancers and musicians)

      Cheri Hodges, PT, DPT, associate professor of physical therapy: orthopedic musculoskeletal conditions across the lifespan

      Virginia Little, PT, PhD, NCS, assistant professor of physical therapy: adult neurological conditions, geriatrics

      David Doubblestein, PT, DPT, OCS, CLT-LANA, LLCC, MDT, assistant professor of physical therapy: lymph drainage therapy, myofascial release, craniosacral therapy, positional release therapy, orthopedic musculoskeletal conditions across the lifespan

      Tawna Wilkinson, PT, DPT, PCS, ATSU Alumna and board-certified pediatric clinical specialist emeritus: pediatrics with developmental disabilities

      Rebecca Wolf, JD, MPH, OTR/L assistant professor of occupational therapy: pediatrics, total joint replacement

      Tania Shearon, MOT, CHT, PYT-C, assistant professor of occupational therapy: hand therapy, shoulder and elbow conditions, adult neurologic, geriatrics, Parkinson’s

      Jennifer Radziak, OTR/L, OTD, CHT, program director and assistant professor of occupational therapy: adult rehabilitation: hand and upper extremity, general adult population

      Brandi Fulwider, PhD, OTR/L, assistant professor of occupational therapy: adult rehab, orthopedics, traumatic brain injury, and stroke rehabilitation

      Katherine Jones, OTR/L, CLT-LANA, assistant professor of occupational therapy: pediatrics (including ADHD/ADD, Autism, Behavioral and Mental Health, Dysgraphia, DCD, Sensory Processing Disorder/Sensory Deficits, Oculomotor and Visual Perceptual Concerns); Adult Sensory/Self-Regulation; Adult and Pediatric Lymphedema, all areas (Head and Neck specialist); Oncology Survivorship Related Concerns

      Melinda Delbridge, MS, OTR/L, CBIS, occupational therapy instructor: adult neurologic conditions

      Meryl Glenn, OTD, OTR/L, CBIS assistant professor of occupational therapy: adult neurological, orthopedic, adult rehabilitation, traumatic brain injury, stroke

      Briana Bonner, OTD, OTR/L, assistant professor of occupational therapy: pediatrics

      Benjamin Gross, MOT, OTR/L, occupational therapy instructor: adult neurological, orthopedics, adult rehabilitation, traumatic brain injury, stroke

    • Thank you for considering a donation in support of A.T. Still University’s Center for Occupational and Physical Therapy. Your gift to the center will help us expand our services to the Mesa community. Please click here to donate.