In addition to our Medical and diagnostic testing capabilities, we also provide many physical therapy treatment services for our patients, including: vestibular rehabilitation, balance therapy, concussion therapy, traumatic brain injury (TBI) therapy, and general muscle strengthening and reconditioning for our patients.
Our physical therapy team is highly trained for the evaluation and treatment of dizzines, vertigo, balance disorders, and mild TBI’s. Most of our team have certifications from the very prestigious Susan Herdman Vestibular Rehab program as well Impact concussion management.
Sara Oxborough, PT - Rehabilitation Department Manager
In addition to clinic practice, Sara is a member of the leadership team of the Vestibular Special Interest Group through the American Physical Therapy Association. Sara has been involved in the development of a new American Physical Therapy Association sponsored course entitled Expanding Neurologic Expertise: Introduction to Vestibular Rehabilitation.
She has done many presentations locally and recently spoke at APTA’s Combined Sections Meeting regarding motion sensitivity.
Melissa Wick, PT, DPT - Lead Physical Therapist
Melissa is passionate about treating vestibular and balance disorders. NDBC’s comprehensive approach to patient-centered care results in excellent outcomes, and she enjoys being an active part of each patient’s rehab journey from start to finish. Outside of work, she likes to stay active- gardening, cooking, camping, and spending time outdoors with her family.
Wendy Rader, PT - Lead Physical Therapist
TWendy found her passion treating vestibular disorders after experiencing dizziness herself, and frustration with the lack of available information and treatment. She enjoys working with the entire team at NDBC to help patients return to activities they enjoy. In her free time Wendy enjoys reading, sewing, and spending time with her family.
Lori Kehoe, PT, DPT - Lead Physical Therapist
Lori’s love of vestibular rehab began when she was placed at the National Dizzy and Balance Center during one of her clinical rotation. Shortly after graduation, Lori returned to the National Dizzy and Balance Center to work full time. Lori enjoys seeing patients of all ages and abilities. She believes in a multidirectional approach to physical therapy. Lori likes to utilize her additional coursework to make a personalized exercise program to help patient reach their goals. NDBC provides a great platform for patients to receive all the testing needed to make an accurate vestibular diagnosis. She loves to work closely with the medical and audiology team to ensure great continuity of care. Lori enjoys spending time with her family outside. On her free weekends, you will find Lori camping, hiking or golfing with her family.
Dallas White, DPT - Staff Physical Therapist
Dallas joined NDBC after previously working in outpatient orthopedic and skilled nursing settings. He enjoys working with patients of all ages to help them achieve their goals and enjoys working with the multidisciplinary team at NDBC. Outside of work, Dallas enjoys running, hiking, and traveling.
Angela Everson DPT, CSCS - Staff Physical Therapist
Angela gained interest in vestibular rehabilitation through her clinical rotations and loved how effective the treatments could be in getting people active and improving quality of life. She especially enjoys working with the athletic population in concussion recovery and returning athletes to sport.
In her free time, Angela loves to spend time with her family, travelling, and reading. She has always had a passion for sports and enjoys running and yoga to stay active.
Rachel Ahn, DPT - Staff Physical Therapist
Rachel enjoys traveling, staying active, and spending time with her family and friends. She and her husband welcomed a daughter in 2016 and keep busy chasing after her.
Jessica Amling, DPT - Staff Physical Therapist
Jess joined the National Dizzy and Balance Center after several years of treating patients in an out-patient orthopedic setting in California. She loves being a part of NDBC’s comprehensive approach to vestibular disorders and enjoys working with patients of all ages who are experiencing dizziness and imbalance. Outside of work, Jess enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter. They love to hike, travel, spend time at the lake, and enjoy their 2 dogs.
Tamara Schroeher, DPT - Staff Physical Therapist
Tami started her career working at a hospital and gained interest in vestibular rehabilitation after working with many patients with brain injuries and acute BPPV in the hospital setting. During her time there she assisted with development of a balance center and concussion program for the hospital. She started with NDBC in 2016 and has enjoyed working with such a great team of people all working together to help patients achieve their goals and improve their quality of life. When she is not working, Tami enjoys spending time with her family, being outdoors, and traveling.
Christine Pearson, PT - Staff Physical Therapist
Christine enjoys outdoor activities and travelling. She loves being able to help people return to a more full and active lifestyle. =