Stellhorn Clinic

Stellhorn

THERAPY STAFF

TROY SMITH

PT, ATC, Owner

BIO:

Dave inspired me to follow in his footsteps when he came to my HS to speak about PT and ATC to my Anatomy/ Physiology class. He was wearing sweats and a baseball hat, and I thought, “that would be awesome to wear sweats to work.” So I became a Physical Therapist!

The best part of my job is patient interaction and seeing someone get back to the things they like to do.

Fun fact about me, I “ROCKED” a mullet back in HS and College.

LORI SNODGRASS

OT, Sr. Therapist

BIO:

I have been an Occupational Therapist since 1999 and developed my expertise in hand therapy over the years through clinical experience, numerous continued education courses and am a Certified Hand Therapist (CHT). I am comfortable in a diverse population from infants to adults with orthopedic and/or neurological conditions. I am a member of IOTA, AOTA & ASHT.

JARED BURNS

PT, DPT

BIO:

I became a Physical Therapist in order to live out God’s will for me and to help as many people as I can along the way.

Outside of work, I enjoy sports, food, vacationing, fishing.

Fun fact about me, I have three beautiful children!

ALLISON GUITAR

PT, DPT

BIO:

I always believed that movement is truly medicine. Being a PT allows me to practice and teach what I believe is the best way to enjoy and maintain a happy active life.

My favorite part of this job is seeing patients achieve their goals as they return to an active, pain free lifestyle

Interesting fact about me, I am a marathon runner and ran my 5th marathon in Chicago the fall of 2021.

AMY BORKOSKY

PTA

BIO:

I became a Physical Therapist Assistant because I spent some time in High School in therapy from a knee injury and thought it would be a cool job.

The best part of my job is getting people back into the activities that they love and need. They are so grateful and that is rewarding.

CHRYSTAL PRANGER

PTA

BIO:

I became a Physical Therapist Assistant because I had gone through PT in high school, and the human body interested me. Seemed like a good field for me!

The best part of my job is getting to know my patients, and helping them feel better and achieve their goals.

Interesting fact about me, I do not like bacon.

MARIA TRAHIN

PTA

BIO:

I became a Physical Therapist Assistant because I like to work with patients all the way through until the end and see them progress. Physical therapy is one of the few fields where you work a patient from start to finish.

The best part of my job is when a patient graduates from therapy (especially when they bring baked goods for us).

Fun fact about me, pickles and peanuts is my favorite snack.