Our qualified therapists cover a wide variety of specialties and include an extensive history of experience among them. This allows us to ensure you are giving the superior care you need from experience you can trust. We offer specialized, one-one care with a team approach involving a Physical Therapist and Physical Therapist Assistant, an Occupational Therapist and Occupational Therapist Assistance or a team of Speech Therapists providing you with the expert care you need and the individual attention you deserve. Our services are tailored to meet the needs of each individual with your goals in mind. Our extensive group of therapists allows you to receive care for a variety of disciplines and specialties all in one convenient place. Known for our exceptional service, expert care, and patient-centered approach, we are here to help you achieve your goals. Due to the locations we contract with, our team can also follow your care from inpatient hospital care to nursing home to home health to outpatient care, ensuring you quality care on every step of your journey back to health!
Our Qualified Therapists
are a team of clinicians with vast experience who work together to put your needs first.
Provide leadership for the clinical practice
PT, MS, Executive Director
Robert J. Hibner, PT, MS is the C.E.O. of Rehabilitative Services, Inc. He is a 1978 graduate of the Physical Therapy program at the Ohio State University and has a Master’s degree from the University of Indianapolis in Orthopedic Physical Therapy.
Bob previously was a staff Physical Therapist at the Kettering Medical Center in Dayton before returning to his hometown to open the Community Sports and Therapy Center. He has been the CEO and Executive Director of Rehabilitative Services, Inc. since its inception in 1980. Bob and his administrative and leadership staff are responsible for the executive and fiscal operations of the practice including strategic planning, program development, performance improvement, corporate compliance, human resource management and administrative direction and oversight to the therapy operations.
With an abundance of clinical experience, Bob continues to provide therapy services, primarily consultative services to industrial clients and he also provides on-site therapy services in the industrial setting. Bob is certified by Ergoscience to perform functional capacity evaluations and on-site job demands analysis.
PT, MHS, PT Director
Karen graduated from The Ohio State University with a Bachelor’s degree in physical therapy in 1993. She earned her Master’s degree in health sciences from the University of Indianapolis in 2002. Karen has been with Community Sports and Therapy Center her entire career. She began initially as a staff physical therapist in 1993 and currently serves as the Director of Physical Therapy.
Karen currently specializes in the geriatric population, both in home health and extended care facilities. She has advance coursework in current concepts such as home care, LSVT BIG®, lymphedema management, functional gait biomechanics, hemiplegic gait, stroke recovery, fall prevention, dementia, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and therapeutic exercise for the elderly. She is also experienced in hospice care, inpatients, and orthopedic outpatients.
PT, Assistant PT Director
Stacy graduated from The Ohio State University in 1997 with a bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapy. She has worked with Community Sports and Therapy Center since 2001.
Her primary skill is servicing the inpatient and outpatient population at Mercer Health Hospital. She also has experience in nursing home, home health and hospice care. She has specialties which include outpatient orthopedic care, LSVT BIG® certified clinician, vestibular assessment and treatment, treatment and management of running injuries through the Must Run program, and can perform dry needling for a variety of diagnosis.
PT, Pediatric PT Director
Julie graduated from Miami University in 1995 with a Bachelor of Arts degree. She then attended Andrews University, where she earned a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy in 1997. She has been with Community Sports and Therapy Center since 2001.
Her past experience includes the Hancock County Board of MRDD where she worked in a school for special needs children and in a workshop for special needs adults. She also worked at Lima Memorial Hospital in outpatient pediatrics and in a school for special needs children.
Currently, Julie works with outpatient pediatrics and school based physical therapy throughout the county, seeing children with varying diagnoses, including, but not limited to Cerebral Palsy, Down’s Syndrome, Coordination Disorder, Autism, Developmental Delay, and Torticollis. She also has experience in wheelchair and orthotic evaluations as well as nursing home evaluations.
OTR/L, OT Director
Scott is a Coldwater native and a graduate from Eastern Kentucky University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Therapy. Scott has been with Community Sports and Therapy Center since 1997.
He has treated patients from 6 weeks old to a 104 and has developed a specialty with inpatient acute care as well as outpatient upper extremity rehabilitation. Scott and his team have worked on everything from simple sprains to complex surgical reconstructions from both local doctors and the major hand trauma facilities in Columbus, Indianapolis, and Louisville.
Scott has certification in the Ergoscience functional capacity evaluation and on-site job demands analysis programs, with extensive experience performing onsite treatment and job site analysis. He has developed programs for sprain and strain/early identification and work injury prevention, working closely with the employee and the employer. Scott has assembled a team that can meet and exceed all of your occupational therapy needs.
OTR/L, Assistant OT Director
Kylene received a Bachelor of Science degree in Recreational Therapy from Eastern Kentucky University in 1997. After graduation, Kylene worked in recreational therapy for two years before returning to Eastern Kentucky University to earn a post-baccalaureate degree in Occupational Therapy.
Kylene has been practicing in occupational therapy since 2001 and with Community Sports and Therapy Center since 2003. Her expertise is in geriatrics and skilled nursing care, as well as outpatient therapy where she specializes in upper extremity rehabilitation, wheelchair evaluations, home evaluations, contracture management and splinting, urinary incontinence, Allen cognitive training, Kinesiotaping and assisting individuals in regaining their functional independence with activities of daily living.
Kylene has been a certified ASTYM provider since 2013, and she is currently the only Occupational Therapist providing ASTYM treatment in our area. Kylene focuses on providing ASTYM to patient’s suffering from lateral/medial epicondylitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand pain and dysfunction and a variety of other upper extremity deficits. She also practices in home health care and inpatient acute care.
OTR/L, Pediatric OT Director
Mindy is a graduate from Eastern Michigan University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Therapy. She took the National Board of Certification for Occupational Therapists (NBCOT) and became a licensed occupational therapist in the state of Ohio. She is a member of the Ohio Occupational Therapy Association.
Mindy has worked for Community Sports and Therapy as an occupational therapist since 2002 and her focus has been with the pediatric population since 2003.
Since graduating, Mindy has attended various workshops, seminars, and continuing education courses that have focused on the pediatric population. These include courses related to pediatric feeding, sensory-based practice, school-based practice, and strategies for supporting children with Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome. She is also trained in the Play Project, a play-based approach for children with Autism.
MA, CCC-SLP, ST Director
Andrea is a graduate of The University of Toledo with a Bachelor of Education in speech and hearing science. She earned her Masters of Arts in speech language Pathology from the University of Cincinnati. Andrea has been practicing since 1993 and has been with Community Sports and Therapy since 2004.
Andrea is certified through The American Speech and Hearing Association and Ohio Speech and Language Pathology Board. She also holds her clinical certificate of competency in speech therapy and is a certified LSVT Loud® provider.
Andrea’s experience includes nursing home care, home health care, pediatrics, outpatient, inpatients, hospice, modified barium swallows and geriatrics. She has extensive experience in Autism, Down’s syndrome, speech generated devices, Apraxia, and feeding disorders in infants and children. She is involved in training new graduates throughout their clinical fellowship year.
Jan graduated from Columbus Business School in 1967. After moving to Coldwater in 1996 with her husband, she began working for Community Sports and Therapy Center as an Office Therapy Aide. Since 1999, she has been the Office Manager/Administrative Assistant. Jan has worked in the healthcare field since 1990. She works out of the Coldwater office, located in Mercer Health Hospital.
Assistant Office Manager
Julie has an Associate’s Degree in Accounting from the University of Phoenix. She has worked in the medical field since 2002 and has experience working with family practice, orthopedic surgeons, and cardiothoracic physicians, working as a receptionist, medical biller, and office manager.
She joined Community Sports and Therapy Center in 2013 as a therapy aide and is now the Assistance Office Manager and Manager of our Celina location. Her main duties include working with process improvement/efficiency, quality standards, as well as assisting with therapy aide needs.
Director of Human Resources
Brittany graduated from Ball State University in May 2013 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Human Resource Management with a minor in Organizational Communication. She has been with Community Sports and Therapy Center since August 2013 and works in our Coldwater location. She manages the human resource department, conducts new employee orientations, maintains employee files, and performs payroll task. She also completes various administrative tasks for our company and our contracted partners.
Reesa holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Science from The Defiance College, a Master of Science in Education from Indiana University and a diploma from Parkview-Methodist School of Nursing.
As a clinical specialist for Community Sports and Therapy Center she works on data bases, safety checks, Home Health monthly and quarterly meetings, performance improvement, assists with aide needs and more. She has 15 years teaching experience in Career-Technical education, as well as additional teaching of adult learners at Vantage Career Center, Van Wert County Hospital Staff Development, and is a CPR/First Aid instructor.
Meet the Physical Therapists at Community Sports and Therapy Center
Mindy is a graduate of Versailles High School. She attended the University of Findlay where she earned her Bachelor of Science with pre-physical therapy emphasis in 2014 and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2016. She joined Community Sports and Therapy Center upon graduation.
Mindy’s clinical experience includes inpatient rehab and acute care at St. Charles Hospital, outpatient orthopedics at Volk Physical Therapy, neurorehabilitation at an outpatient spinal cord clinic at Frazier Rehab, and outpatient orthopedics and acute care at Mercy Tiffin Hospital. Mindy will be primarily working in our outpatient and inpatient facilities at Mercer Health.
Christy graduated from The Ohio State University in 2001 as a Physical Therapist. She has been with Community Sports and Therapy Center since 2007. Her primary patient caseload is the outpatient orthopedic population and she specializes in manual therapy for lumbar and sacroiliac spines, care of obstetric patients, and kinesiotaping as a certified Kinesiotape Practitioner. She is a certified Astym® provider as well.
Christy has a special interest in the treatment and management of running injuries through the Must Run program and also facilitates the Sports MAX program, a sports acceleration program for area athletes interested in maximizing their athletic potential while minimizing their risk for injury. She also sees acute care patients (in hospital setting), sports injuries, and general orthopedics. She has a hands on approach to patient care while focusing on teaching patients to self-manage their symptoms as much as possible.
Cathy is a Mercer county native that graduated from Celina, Ohio. She is a graduate of Ohio University with a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapy. Upon graduation Cathy moved to Salem, Oregon with her husband to work for Salem Hospital in the Salem Hospital Regional Rehabilitation Center. She worked at SHRRC for 24 years in the outpatient neuromuscular department with adults and pediatrics, and also gained experience in a multitude of other departments including inpatient rehabilitation, worker’s compensation, and aquatic therapy.
In 2006, Cathy became certified in Vestibular Therapy and helped build a vestibular treatment program at SHRRC. In 2012, she went on a medical mission trip to Ecuador with surgeons, nurses and other therapists. It was a grueling trip with 10 hour days and a few hours of sight-seeing. In 2015, family concerns brought her back to Ohio where she joined the team of Community Sports and Therapy Center.
Cathy works primarily in the school setting with pediatrics, as well as covers outpatient and inpatient services in our Mercer Health location with a focus on vestibular therapy.
Melanie graduated from Lima Technical College (Rhodes) as a Physical Therapy Assistant before continuing her education at the University of Findlay for her Physical Therapy Master’s degree and then Boston University for her Doctorate.
She has been working in the field since 1998 and with Community Sports and Therapy Center since 2004. Melanie works in our hospital setting with inpatients and outpatients, and also has experience in home health. She specializes in lymphedema treatment, having a certification through the Norton School of Lymphatic Therapy.
Lisa is a native of Coldwater and is a graduate of The Ohio State University with a Bachelor of Science in Allied Medical Professions, with an emphasis in Physical Therapy. She has been practicing PT since 1991, and has been with Community Sports and Therapy Center since 1994.
Lisa’s primary caseload consists of outpatient orthopedics, acute care, home health care, and Women’s Health. She specializes in treatment of urinary incontinence, TMJ disorders, use of the Astym® technique, and treatment and management of running injuries through our Must Run program.
Mike graduated from St. Mary’s Memorial High school and then attended The University of Findlay for both undergraduate and graduate school. He earned an undergraduate degree as a Bachelor’s of Science with an emphasis in pre-physical therapy and a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy. In the past Mike has worked as a physical therapist at Joint Township District Memorial Hospital and in Minster, Ohio at Cornerstone Rehabilitation.
Mike has worked at Community Sports and Therapy Center since May of 2014 where he works in a variety of settings including schools, skilled nursing facilities, and home health care where he works with both the pediatric and geriatric populations. Mike carries both Indiana and Ohio Physical Therapist Licensures and actively practices in both states.
Heidi is a graduate of Cleveland State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy in 1988. She worked for 13 years at Riverside Methodist Hospital/Ohio Health System in Columbus before joining Community Sports and Therapy Center in 2001.
Heidi has Neurodevelopmental training certification (NDT) and experience in acute care, nursing home care, Parkinson’s program, outpatient, and home health care. She also has specialty training in neurological and vertigo disorders. She has training in use of the ReWalk™ Exoskeleton system.
Kelsey graduated from the University of Dayton with Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2016 before joining Community Sports and Therapy Center. She is originally from Celina, Ohio and her educational and clinical experiences include acute care at Grandview Medical Center, pediatrics at Loveland City Schools, and outpatient at Kettering Sports Medicine and Orion Physical Therapy Specialists in Dayton.
Kelsey is currently working primarily in our Celina outpatient facility as well as with our inpatient population at Mercer Health. She is looking forward to continuing to gain experience in a variety of settings and areas.
Kelly graduated from the University of Findlay with a master’s degree in Physical Therapy in May of 2010. She worked in Sidney, Ohio at Wilson Memorial Hospital from 2010 to 2013 before joining Community Sports and Therapy Center. Her experience includes a variety of settings including outpatient, home health, and acute care.
She has treated a variety of ages from 2 months old to 103 years old. Kelly is certified in the Astym® technique as well as advanced training in use of the ReWalk™ Exoskeleton system with hands on experience using the device for retraining of patient’s with spinal cord injuries. Kelly works primarily with outpatients and home health patients, but also covers our area nursing homes.
Jackie graduated from University of Toledo in 1993 with a degree in Physical Therapy and joined Community Sports and Therapy Center, working in a variety of settings over the years.
Most recently, her focus of practice has involved Home Health, Inpatient, and Outpatient settings with a diverse patient population. She enjoys assisting clients in reaching their physical goals; for many of the home bound clients, this means being able to continue safely living at home.
Kathy is a native of Versailles, and she graduated from The Ohio State University in 1988 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Allied Health Professions. She was employed for two years at Piqua Memorial Hospital treating general acute care and outpatient clients of all ages. Kathy then worked for 23 years at Western Ohio Therapy Associates in Greenville providing general outpatient care to clients of all ages, as well as school based physical therapy services at Anthony Wayne Early Childhood services for 10 years. She has been with Community Sports and Therapy Center since 2013.
Kathy has a special interest in pediatric patients with orthopedic and sensory based needs. She is excited to be working in the Mercer County school systems, as well as the opportunity to provide outpatient pediatric rehabilitation with Community Sports and Therapy Center. She has treated pediatric patients with Cerebral Palsy, seizure disorders, sensory processing disorders including children on the autistic spectrum, and other neurological or orthopedic issues. Kathy also has experience in wheelchair evaluations and orthotic interventions, as well as aquatic therapy.
Amy graduated from Shawnee State University in 2001 with an Associate’s Degree as a Physical Therapy Assistant and then in 2002 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Natural Science. In 2007 she was accepted to the University of Findlay in their transition from Physical Therapy Assistant to Physical Therapist program and graduated in 2010 from the University of Findlay with a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy. Amy has been with Community Sports and Therapy Center since August of 2013. Prior to that, Amy worked at Wilson Memorial Hospital in Sidney, Ohio.
Amy has primarily been working in the outpatient setting through the course of her career. She is certified in the LSVT BIG® Program for patients with Parkinson’s disease. Her interests are in manual treatments of the spine and pelvis, post-surgical patients of all ages, and Parkinson’s patients. She has training in use of the ReWalk™ Exoskeleton system.
Diane earned her Bachelor’s degree in health science and her Master’s degree in Physical Therapy in 2010, both from The University of Findlay.
Originally from Kenton, Ohio, Diane worked with the nursing home population for six years before joining Community Sports and Therapy Center in 2016. She works primarily in our Nursing Home facilities as well as with our home health population. Diane is also certified in LSVT BIG®.
Kirsten graduated from Ohio State University with Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2013 and began working at Community Sports and Therapy Center. She is originally from Columbus Grove, Ohio.
Kirsten’s education and clinical experiences include athletics at Capital University and OSU Sports Medicine, pediatrics at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, ManorCare Nursing Home, acute care at Lima Memorial and further outpatient experience at Therapy Services in Van Wert. In addition to her nursing home experience, Kirsten currently works primarily in our outpatient clinic. She is specialized in mobilization of the cervical & thoracic spine along with ribs. Kirsten also has advanced training in use of the ReWalk™ Exoskeleton system with hands on experience using the device for retraining of patient’s with spinal cord injuries.
Meet the Occupational Therapists at Community Sports and Therapy Center
Mandy graduated from Xavier University with a Bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts and a Master of Occupational Therapy in 2007. Her career started at a large hospital in Dayton before she changed to home health care.
Mandy started with Community Sports and Therapy Center in 2013, and was able to enjoy tackling new settings of working with children in the schools and older adults in nursing homes. It was exciting to see patients in both ends of life and to see the many ways that occupational therapy can help people achieve big and small gains in their independence. She is currently working full time in the Auglaize/Hardin county schools.
Sarah graduated in 2007 from University of Indianapolis with her Master’s in Occupational Therapy. She has worked primarily in pediatrics, both in schools and outpatient settings, since joining Community Sports and Therapy Center in 2008.
Sarah works predominantly in our outpatient clinic and local schools with pediatric patients, and assists with coverage in our inpatient and nursing home settings. She also has training in the Handwriting without Tears writing program and sensory processing disorder.
Katie is a graduate of The University of Findlay where she received a Bachelor’s of Science degree in May of 2014 and a Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy in December of 2015. She began working for Community Sports and Therapy Center in 2016.
Katie’s clinical experience includes short term rehabilitation at Mayo Clinic, community pediatrics with an emphasis on sensory integration at Cincinnati Occupational Therapy Institute, and program development at Tree Line Recovery Center. Currently, Katie is working with inpatient and outpatient populations at Mercer Health and also at Celina Manor.
Michelle graduated from Bowling Green State University in 2010 with her Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders. She then went on to earn her Doctorate in Occupational Therapy from The University of Toledo in 2014. After graduation, Michelle started her career at Upper Valley Medical Center, working with the adult and geriatric population. Her assignments there were in acute care, inpatient rehabilitation, and neurological outpatient.
Michelle joined Community Sports and Therapy Center in the summer of 2016. She is excited to be taking on a new practice setting, focusing on the pediatric population. Currently, Michelle provides occupational therapy services in the Auglaize County schools. She also helps out in the local nursing homes as needed.
Julia earned her Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology from The Ohio State University in 2006. She went on to earn her Doctorate in Occupational Therapy in 2009 from The University of Toledo Health Science Campus.
Julia’s past experience as an Occupational Therapist includes skilled nursing facilities and the geriatric population. She has been with Community Sports and Therapy Center since June 2012, working primarily in our skilled nursing facilities and home health care.
Kendra graduated from The Ohio State University in 2014 with her Bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences and a minor in Human Development and Family Sciences. She then graduated from Rush University with her Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy in 2016. Kendra joined the Community Sports and Therapy Center right after graduation.
Kendra’s clinical experiences included a wide range of experiences, including inpatient mental health, acute care, and skilled nursing, in the Chicago area where she attended graduate school. She also had long term clinical placements at Hopebridge Pediatrics and Dodd Hall at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. She will focus on treating patients in skilled nursing facilities with the Community Sports and Therapy Center team.
Cathy is a graduate from The Ohio State University with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Occupational Therapy. Cathy has been practicing since 1999. She has worked in a variety of settings during her years of practice including home health, inpatient, outpatient, skilled nursing facility, adult workshop, and school based services. She has worked with patients from infancy to 100 years of age.
Cathy works primarily in the school setting along with outpatient pediatric patients. She has experience with treating pediatrics with fine motor, visual perceptual, and sensory processing delays. Cathy joined Community Sports and Therapy Center in February of 2013. Prior to working here, she worked in Darke and Jay Counties in the school setting. Cathy is from Celina and is looking forward to a long career with this local company.
Lindsey has been with Community Sports & Therapy Center since March of 2013. She is a graduate of The University of Findlay where she received a Bachelor’s of Science degree in May of 2011 and a Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy in December of 2012.
Lindsey’s experience is in geriatrics and skilled nursing care, as well as home health therapy, where she specializes in upper extremity rehabilitation, wheelchair evaluations, home evaluations, contracture management and Accelerated Care Plus programs such as electrical stimulation, diathermy, and ultrasound to obtain best clinical outcomes. She works primary at Briarwood Manor and other area skilled nursing facilities.
Meet the Speech Pathologists at Community Sports and Therapy Center
Karli is a graduate of Ohio University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders, with minors in communications and psychology. She earned her Masters of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology from The Ohio State University.
Karli joined the Community Sports and Therapy Center team in 2017. She is currently completing her clinical fellowship year. Her prior experience includes working with both the pediatric and adult populations in inpatient and outpatient settings, nursing homes, home health care, school-based therapy, and early intervention. She has training in Modified Barium swallows, and during graduate school, she completed rotations at Dodd Rehabilitative hospital at The Ohio State University and Nationwide Children’s Hospital. She is currently based in the school setting at St. Mary’s City Schools.
Margaret completed her undergraduate degree at Bowling Green State University and her Masters of Education at the University of Toledo. She is certified through the Ohio Speech and Language Pathology Board and through the American Speech and Hearing Association.
Prior to joining Community Sports and Therapy Center, Meg owned a private practice for 17 years in Minster, Ohio before merging her company with Community Sports and Therapy Center in 2014 and is now enjoying more of motherhood and serving the clients in a variety of settings.
Margaret has had extensive training and experience in a variety of settings including skilled nursing facilities, hospital setting including ICU, acute, outpatient and transitional care, schools, head start, home health and private practice. She has extensive training in the following: apraxia, oral motor, voicing for pediatrics and adults as well as certified in the Lee Silverman Voice Techniques. She is Vital Stim certified for pediatrics and adults with extensive training in feeding therapy. Other experience and training includes Voice prosthetic/voice restoration, accent reduction programs, Autism, Down’s syndrome, speech generated devices and recently the Myofascial Release and other manual techniques in Dysphagia.
Stephanie is a 2014 graduate of Bowling Green State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Communication Disorders. In 2016, she received her Master of Science Degree in Communication Disorders also from Bowling Green State University.
Stephanie joined the Community Sports and Therapy Center team in 2017. She is certified through the American Speech and Hearing Associations and Ohio Speech and Language Pathology Board and also holds her certificate of clinical competence through the Ohio Department of Education to provide therapy services within the school setting. Prior to joining the Community Sports and Therapy Center team, Stephanie worked in multiple settings including skilled nursing facilities, hospital settings, home health, and preschool settings. She is currently focused on school-based speech therapy, providing services for the Wapakoneta City Schools.
Kalyn is a 2013 graduate of Ball State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Speech Language Pathology and a minor in Psychology. She earned a Masters of Arts degree in Speech Language Pathology, also from Ball State University in 2015. Kalyn joined Community Sports and Therapy Center in 2016.
She is certified through the American Speech and Hearing Association and the Ohio Speech and Language Pathology Board and holds her certificate of clinical competence. Kalyn’s prior experience includes acute hospital settings, including ICU and psychiatric units. She also has experience in multiple outpatient settings with geriatrics, adults, and teenagers, as well as skilled nursing facilities and home health care. Kalyn has additional knowledge and training in respiratory muscle strength training (RMST) for dysphagia rehabilitation.
Lyndie graduated from the University of Toledo in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science in Speech-Language Pathology. She also earned her Masters of Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Toledo in 2015.
Lyndie joined Community Sports and Therapy Center in 2017 and is working primarily with geriatrics in our skilled nursing home locations, a setting where she completed her clinical fellowship year. Her previous clinical experience also includes pediatric outpatient at Total Rehab, inpatient care at Saint Vincent’s Medical Center, and grades K-2 at Saint Mary’s City Schools.
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Gina is a 2013 graduate of Ball State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Speech Language Pathology and Audiology and a Minor in Psychology of Human Development. In 2015 she received her Masters of Arts in Speech Language Pathology, also from Ball State.
Gina is certified through The American Speech and Hearing Associations and Ohio Speech and Language Pathology Board. She also holds her certificate of clinical competence and is certified through the Ohio Department of Education to provide services in the schools. Gina joined Community Sports and Therapy Center in 2015 and she is currently focused in school-based speech-language pathology, providing services for Minster Local Schools. Gina also has experience at various skilled nursing facilities, outpatient clinics, and hospital settings.
Olivia graduated from Capital University with a Bachelor of Arts in English Professional Writing and English Literature in 2010. She taught for three years at New Knoxville School as a High School English Teacher before earning her Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology in 2016 from the University of Cincinnati.
Olivia joined the Community Sports and Therapy Center team in 2016. She is certified through The American Speech and Hearing Associations and Ohio Speech and Language Pathology Board and holds her certificate of clinical competence. Her prior clinical experience includes New Knoxville and Coldwater Schools, as well as Auglaize Acres and Colonial Nursing Homes. She is currently working in the school setting at Cridersville, Wapakoneta, and New Knoxville School districts.
Meet the Athletic Trainers at Community Sports and Therapy Center
AT, Director of Athletic Training
Tiffany earned her Bachelor’s in Athletic Training from Ball State University in 2011 and has been with Community Sports & Therapy Center since graduating. She is currently working Coldwater High School during the school year as well as with the Celina Mariners baseball team in the summers.
Her experience includes division I collegiate women’s basketball, men’s volleyball, football, and women’s field hockey; collegiate baseball summer program; high school football, girls soccer, girls volleyball, boys and girls cross country, boys and girls basketball, wrestling, boys and girls swim and dive, baseball, softball, and track and field; junior high football, volleyball, cross country, boys and girls basketball, wrestling, and track and field.
Tiffany is trained in the prevention, recognition, diagnosis, and treatment of athletic injuries, and has completed classes in advanced weightlifting and advanced nutrition specifically for the athlete. She is also a certified Sportsmetrics instructor and a CPR and First Aid instructor with ASHI.
Jordan graduated from Defiance College with his Bachelor’s of Science degree in Athletic Training. Jordan has experience with Football, Softball, Volleyball, Women’s Soccer, Women’s Lacrosse, as well as both Indoor and Outdoor Track. He also had an off-site clinical assignment at Ayersville High School for the winter and spring sports. Jordan joined Community Sports and Therapy Center in 2017 and serves as the Athletic Trainer at Parkway.
Makayla received her Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training from Ohio University in 2017. During her undergraduate experience, she had the opportunity to work with Division 1 collegiate women’s volleyball, as well as women’s track and field. While at Ohio, she also had the chance to work clinically with the performing artists. Makayla has experience working with several high school sports, including: football, volleyball, wrestling, basketball, baseball, and softball. As a student, she also received experience working in a Physical Therapy clinic. She has been with Community Sports and Therapy Center since July 2017, where she serves as Celina High School’s Athletic Trainer.
Jill graduated from Defiance College with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Athletic Training. While there her clinical experiences included Football, Volleyball, Women’s Basketball, Men’s Soccer, Indoor Track, and even a local Defiance, OH High School for Football and Volleyball coverage. Jill joined the Community Sports and Therapy Center team in 2017, where she serves as Ft. Recovery’s Athletic Trainer.
Courtney S. George
Courtney received her Bachelor of Science degree with an emphasis in Strength and Conditioning from The University of Findlay and continued to receive her Master’s degree in Athletic Training. She has experience with collegiate division 2 women soccer, women lacrosse, and men basketball, as well as collegiate division 3 football and women’s basketball. She also worked with Findlay High School athletics during her last semester at UF. Courtney joined Community Sports and Therapy Center in 2017 and works as the Athletic Trainer at Saint Henry High School. She is certified in CPR/AED for American Heart Association.
Jack completed his undergrad work at the University of Findlay, earning his Associates of Arts degree in Personal Training and a Bachelor of Science degree in Strength and Conditioning. Jack then went to graduate school at the University of Findlay and earned his Master’s degree in Athletic Training in 2017.
As a student he has experience in Division II and Division III collegiate football, men’s and women’s basketball, track and field, and tennis. He completed his high school and clinic rotation with Cory Rawson High school and at Ohio Orthopedics and Sports Medicine. Jack has been with Community Sports and Therapy Center since July 2017 and is outreached as an Athletic Trainer for Marion Local High School. He is certified in CPR/AED through the American Heart Association.