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Paula Dillion Mays Therapy Clinics

Meet Our Physical Therapist Assistants

Rose French, PTA

 

Chandie Hamby, PTA

"I have been a Physical Therapist Assistant since 2009.  Primarily, my experience is in the outpatient setting.  Many of my patients present with general orthopedic conditions and post - surgical needs, but I have also taken a special interest in lymphedema management and cancer rehabilitation.  I enjoy addressing scar tissue and myofascial restrictions and frequently use IASTM (instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization) tools and kinesiotape to enhance my treatments.  In addition, I am a big supporter of patient education.  I like explaining conditions, treatments and plans in a way that everyone can understand, so the patient is equipped to make the necessary modifications and take charge of helping themselves.  

My favorite part of working in this profession is the patients themselves. I love meeting new people and finding individualized solutions to their problems.  As a mother and wife with a full-time job and busy family life, I can relate to how important it is to get back to full function as quickly as possible.  I look forward to helping you meet your goals!"

Hannah Johnson, PTA

 

Tracy Reed, PTA

“My great passion is bringing healing to people who have been through a physical trauma. I help many patients, which includes ages ranging 8 to 101, to find the best options towards recovery. I know that no single approach is the right one for every individual, and so I have worked hard since 2005 to improve my knowledge and skill set.

I started out at North Idaho College in 2004. I was part of their softball team, and coached at 14U and 10U. During this time, I was an exercise technician at a physical therapy office, which turned out to be the stepping stone that pushed me into teaching others about how exercise can make a real difference in their lives. Eventually, I graduated from the Physical Therapy Assistant program at Spokane Falls Community College in 2014, and I have worked for Paula Dillon Mays since then.

Over the years, I have worked with many patients, but I primarily have worked with athletes, such as Iron Man competitors. When I am not treating patients, I enjoy being active by playing golf or going hiking with family and friends.”

  • Physical Therapy Assistant Program from Spokane Falls Community College - 2014


Jackie Rennich, PTA

 

Mackenzie Saxton, PTA

 

Curtis Ross, PTA

 

Kelly Sharkey, PTA

 

Wendy Wilson, PTA