Bluffton Clinic

Bluffton

THERAPY STAFF

ANDY VOGEL

PT, ATC, Owner

BIO:

I became a Physical Therapist to help people get back to the things they love to do in life whether it’s just day-to-day activities or sports specific.

The best part of my job is discharging someone successfully, which can have many definitions!

Outside of work I like to shoot clay pigeons and go on bike rides. I am also a grandparent of four perfect grandchildren.

EMILY PERKINS

PT, DPT, Sr. Therapist

BIO:

I became a Physical Therapist because, after getting my ATC (athletic training certification), I wanted to further my education to reach a bigger patient population.

The best part of my job is getting to meet new people and learn new things every day.

Other than work, my passion in life is riding, training, and working with horses and riders to help them achieve their goals.

ABBY AULT

PT, DPT

BIO:

I became a Physical Therapist because I wanted to be Andy Vogel when I was 12 years old.

The best part of my job is gently bullying coworkers across pony walls. Also, eating baked goods from patients.

Fun fact about me is I am the 1988 Jeopardy Champion… 3rd grade… Mrs. Duncan.

SCOTT RUSE

PT, DPT

BIO:

I became a Physical Therapist because I enjoy the combination of healthcare and exercise science. (I also like getting donuts from patients).

The best part of my job is interacting with patients and seeing their progress. (Also, I like eating the donuts they bring for the office).

A fun fact about me is I like donuts. (If you couldn’t tell).

SARAH WARNER

PTA

BIO:

I became a Physical Therapist Assistant to fix broken people!

The best part of my job is seeing and being part of the recovery process for patients. (And the treats they bring are a nice perk).

HOLLY SHEETS

PTA

BIO:

I became a Physical Therapist Assistant because I love to help people return to their hobbies and passions.

Best part of my job is meeting new people and learning new facts, stories, and places to visit. I also love being part of patient’s recovery process.