Sarah Thomas, BSPT
Sarah earned her Bachelor's of Science degree in Physical Therapy at the University of Florida in 1980, and has attended hundreds of hours of professional continuing education since then. Sarah has been a national continuing education instructor for the McConnell Patello-femoral Treatment Program. She has led numerous community education workshops regarding physical therapy topics, both in the clinic and at various business locations. Sarah enjoys reading, hiking, gardening and traveling with her family. Sarah says, "With a thorough understanding of the basic concepts of alignment and function, we have something to offer 99% of the population."
Randy Thomas, BSPT
Randy earned his Bachelor's of Science degree in Physical Therapy at the University of Florida in 1979. He was a national instructor for the Institute of Physical Arts, and taught Functional Orthopedics and Soft Tissue Mobilization courses. Randy says, "I am truly blessed to work in a professional that has so many effective techniques that can really make a difference in people's lives." Randy enjoys spending time outdoors with his family and playing his guitar.
Cheryl J. Wynn, DPT
Cheryl was born and raised in Steven Point, Wisconsin but has spent most of her life here in Florida. She received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy with an emphasis in manual therapy from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in 2004. She is also certified in the treatment of Vestibular/Dizziness and Balance disorders. Cheryl enjoys spending time at home with her honey Jim, gardening, dancing, biking, and is pretty much up for anything. Cheryl says, "I feel so fortunate that God lead me to a profession that not only allows me to help those in need, but is geared more toward educating the patient in prevention of further injury. The added bonus is getting to know people from so many different walks of life and to share even briefly in their journey."
Roberta F. Reilly (Robbie), Office Manager
Robbie came to our facility as a medical transcriptionist in 2000, and we quickly discovered her talents in writing and marketing. She hails from Connecticut and brings many years of experience and knowledge in the medical field. Robbie lives in Port Orange with her husband Don, who is retired from the State of Connecticut Department of Correction. Robbie enjoys spending time with her children Phil and Audra, reading, motorcycling and cooking. She collects cookbooks and how-to books.