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Total Health Rehab

Total Health Therapists

No matter where your starting point is or what your ultimate goals are, there is a Total Health team member here to help you achieve your milestones safely, efficiently, and with guidance and planning for the long term.

Zach Collett

Zach Collett, PT, DPT 

Zach joined Total Health in 2014 after receiving his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Langston University. Zach also holds a bachelor's degree in Athletic Training from Oklahoma State University, and a master's degree in Health Promotion/ Wellness Management from Missouri State University. Prior to becoming a physical therapist, Zach worked as an athletic trainer for 8 years; working with several athletic teams providing acute injury care, rehab progression, prevention care, and post-surgical treatment. During that time he was a professor at Northeastern University for 6 years in their Health and Kinesiology Department. 

Zach has special interests in MDT, sports, and orthopedic physical therapy but enjoys the diverse patient population at Total Health. He is currently working towards secondary certifications in these areas, and helps provide athletic training coverage for local events in the area. 

Zach and his family enjoy OSU sporting events, spending time on the lake, and all things Disney. 

Kelly Connelly

Kelly Connelly, COTA

Kelly is a baseball mom through and through and an avid OSU fan as well. When she is not cheering on her 2 sons or the Cowboys she works as an occupational therapy assistant. Kelly has 14 years of experience as a COTA and has worked in a variety of settings: outpatient, inpatient, and home health. Kelly helps patients regain range of motion, strength, endurance, and safety to be independent with activities of daily living.

Kelly graduated from OSU with a bachelor’s degree in elementary education and therefore enjoys working with pediatric patients as well as patients of all ages. Kelly obtained her associate's degree from Oklahoma City Community College in 2000. Kelly has been employed with SMC for 3 years and loves working and laughing with people, helping them to get better and making them smile.

Joe Eastman

Joe Eastman, PT

Joe Eastman specializes in outpatient orthopedic physical therapy for Total Health while also adding to the team his vast knowledge in virtually every facet of physical therapy. Most recently, Joe’s interests and continued training led him to the forefront of a new field, visceral manipulation. This groundbreaking technique evaluates and treats the dynamics of motion and suspension in relation to organs, membranes, fascia, and ligaments, as taught by the Barral Institute.  He has also added training in craniosacral therapy treatments from the Upledger Institute, which is having groundbreaking success noted through recent support from the Ricky Williams Foundation, in the treatment of both athletes with concussion syndromes as well as soldiers with PTSD.

With over four decades of physical therapy experience, Joe has worked in small and large hospitals, intensive care units, wound care, pediatrics, orthopedics, ergonomics and more. Trust Joe with your rehabilitation knowing he puts all of his knowledge, training, and expertise into each patient’s recovery.

Catherine Farley, OT

Catherine Farley, OT

Catherine (Cat) Farley received her master's degree in occupational therapy from Northeastern State University. Prior to attending NSU's MOT program, she completed her Bachelor of Science in pre-Allied health and rehabilitation science from Oklahoma Baptist University. While at OBU, Cat played collegiate volleyball for 4 consecutive years and attended the national championship tournament 3 out of the 4 years. She also joined the track team during her senior year where she pole vaulted and won a national championship with her team that year.
 
Cat's favorite thing about the occupational therapy profession is the focus of function and returning to everyday occupations that are meaningful and necessary to each client. She will be working in acute care and in-patient rehab at Stillwater Medical Center and Total Health simultaneously. She is excited to work with the interdisciplinary team at both facilities and be a part of clients' continuum of care.
 
When she is not at SMC or Total Health, she enjoys spending time with her family, friends, and animals including a dog and 2 cats. She enjoys going out to eat, shopping, going to the movies, and playing volleyball in both recreational and competitive environments.

Lisa Hughes

Lisa Hughes, PT

After graduation from Oklahoma State University, Lisa Hughes continued her education at Texas Woman’s University where she earned her master’s degree in physical therapy in 2000.

Lisa has spent her career working in a wide variety of settings including home health, inpatient care, outpatient and school based therapy. Lisa has been with Total Health since 2012 and serves as the clinical manager of physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy services.

Lisa enjoys dividing her time between helping patients reach their functional goals and assisting Total Health and Total Health staff to be unsurpassed in the therapy community. When not at work, Lisa enjoys spending time with her husband who is a football coach for Stillwater High School and her 3 children.

Jeromy Jones

Jeromy Jones, PT

Think of Jeromy Jones as more than a physical therapist or athletic trainer. Think of him as a teacher, confidante, and partner on your road to better health. As a physical therapist, Jeromy has a primary focus on orthopedics, sports, and manual therapy for various musculoskeletal conditioning. Jeromy is an APTA Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialists. He holds additional credentials geared toward the athletic population as a NATA Certified Athletic Trainer and NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.

As a Total Health team member, he treats a variety of patients from injured athletes to geriatric populations. Jeromy also works as a Total Health Fitness instructor for the evening Bootcamp class. Regardless of the patient’s condition or demographic, Jeromy places a great emphasis on education to offer extra tools for success beyond physical therapy. 

Jeromy earned a doctorate of physical therapy from Alabama State University, a master’s in physical therapy from Wichita State University, and his bachelor’s from Southwestern College with a double major in athletic training and health education. He also understands the importance of educating future health care professionals like himself, serving as the Total Health Center Coordinator for Clinical Education. In addition, Jeromy works as an adjunct professor in the Doctorate of Physical Therapy program at Langston University, teaching musculoskeletal assessment for extremities and spine along with exercise science and sports.

Stacy Lacy

Stacy Lacy, PTA

Stacy Lacy works hand-in-hand with her patients to achieve the ultimate results no matter if they are working to regain motion or reduce pain. Partnering with her clients, she sets goals and creates direct pathways to achieving success through healthy objectives and loving inspiration.

Backing her passion to help people is Stacy’s educational and career experience. She earned a bachelor’s degree in physiology and a master’s degree in exercise science, both from Oklahoma State University. Stacy then went on to attend physical therapist assistant school in Pueblo, Colorado.

After graduation, she started practicing and has since achieved several honors including being recognized by the American Physical Therapy Association with the award of advanced proficiency of the PTA for treatment of musculoskeletal physical therapy. In 2010, Stacy achieved certification to become a Certified Integrated Manual Therapist.

Lucky for us, Stacy has been a Total Health team member since 2002. She focused on a branch of manual therapy called visceral manipulation and has been trained extensively in the treatment of connective tissue and organ restrictions of the thoracic, abdominal and pelvic regions.

Lexie Littell

Lexie Littell PT, DPT

Lexie is a Stillwater girl that followed her heart back home after finishing physical therapy school. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Sciences from Oklahoma State University with a special interest in Nutritional Sciences. Lexie continued her education at the University of Oklahoma, where she earned a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. While in school, she completed clinical rotations in Orthopedics, Acute Care, and Cancer Rehabilitation. She joins our team with an interest in all patient populations and a desire to continue learning in all areas.

In her free time, Lexie loves to spend time with her family. She is a huge baseball fan and spends a lot of time watching sports with her husband. She enjoys supporting her favorite school, Oklahoma State!

Leslie Norrid

Leslie Norrid, PTA

Leslie Norrid, PTA graduated cum laude from Oklahoma City University in 2001 with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education. While at OCU she participated in varsity women’s basketball and won 3 National Championships in her four years. Leslie then went on to attend Oklahoma City Community College’s Physical Therapy Assistant program where she earned an Associate Degree in Applied Science and was a member of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. Being a former collegiate athlete, Leslie is able to identify with athletes and is passionate about helping them return to the sports they love as quickly as possible. While not working, Leslie enjoys reading, watching and participating in sports, and baking.

Julie Ray

Julie Ray, PT

As a physical therapist for the past 15 years, Julie has a strong background in orthopedic, neurological, and manual therapy. Julie has spent the majority of her career working with medically complex patients and enjoys working with patients of all ages. Over the last 6 years, she has expanded her practice to include pediatrics.

Over the last six years, Julie has extensively studied therapeutic techniques to improve mobility among the pediatric population. She has enjoyed developing these skills and helping children and their families reach their goals.

Julie has a Bachelor of Science from Oklahoma Baptist University in Exercise Science, a Master of Physical Therapy from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, and a Master of Science in Healthcare Administration from Oklahoma State University.

When not working as a physical therapist at Total Health, Julie loves spending time with her family including her three children who enjoy golfing, camping, and hiking. Julie also enjoys singing and recently marked off an item on her bucket list by being in a musical.

Aubrey Rimer

Aubrey Rimer, PT, DPT

Aubrey Rimer, PT, DPT, graduated from the University of New Mexico with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2015. Prior to graduate school, Aubrey became a certified yoga teacher (YT200) in Austin, Texas in 2008, teaching a variety of classes ranging from gentle and chair yoga to workplace yoga and yoga flow. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from UNM in 2006 after completing a year at Linköping University in Sweden and a second year at Texas State University in San Marcos.

Aubrey has a passion for working with patients with pelvic floor dysfunction, incontinence, constipation, pelvic pain, interstitial cystitis, vulvodynia, dyspareunia, and musculoskeletal issues surrounding pregnancy and postpartum. She is currently working towards a specialization in pelvic health through the American Physical Therapy Association, and on a post-professional certificate in Women’s Health at Texas Women’s University. She is a member of the Pelvic Health section of the APTA, is a member of the Oklahoma Pelvic Health Alliance, and recently reviewed articles for the Clinical Practice Guideline for constipation. Recent additional continuing education courses have focused on treating bowel dysfunctions, and on treating pelvic floor dysfunction in the female athlete. Aubrey is committed to treating the individual in front of her with compassion and evidence-based care. Quarterly, she leads a free 1-hour long community class at Total Health on Pre and Post Natal Wellness.

Becky Speer

Rebecca Speer, PT

Rebecca (Becky) Speer graduated with a Master of Physical Therapy in 2001 from the prestigious Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas. Since graduation, Rebecca has enjoyed working in multiple settings including; acute care wound care team and various out-patient physical therapy clinics for exposure to different treatment techniques. Becky earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree through Utica, NY in 2014.

Becky likes to travel and has worked in multiple states to include Texas, North Carolina, Arkansas, and Oklahoma. She enjoys being a member of the Total Health therapy team since 2010 and likes working with patients of all ages. Becky uses an osteopathic approach with therapy to address various types of pain and functional limitations. Becky also holds a certification as a practitioner in kinesio tex taping (CKTP).

When not at work, Becky and her two active boys enjoy outdoor activities, Boy Scouts, and reading. Becky also loves to volunteer to her community whether it be through her church, United Way or AMBUCS. 

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Allison Underwood, SLP

A Stillwater native, Allison has always loved the energy, diversity, and opportunity that this community offers. She completed both her Bachelor and Master of Science degrees at Oklahoma State University. After graduation, Allison took advantage of a once in a lifetime opportunity and worked as a travel speech-language pathologist in every corner of the United States, including Colorado, Oregon, Massachusetts, and Georgia. After two years of traveling, she returned home to continue practicing therapy and serving people in her community.
 
Allison has therapy experience with every age group including early intervention, school age, adult, and geriatric. She has a passion for targeting language skills, whether that be developing those first words and phrases as a child or regaining them after a stroke or traumatic brain injury. Allison is an advocate for all modes of communication and personally employs a variety of alternative and augmentative communications during her therapy sessions, including American Sign Language. As a speech-language pathologist, Allison’s primary goal is to help her clients achieve the ability to communicate what they want, when they want, and how they want.
 
When she is not working, Allison fills her time with family, church, and active hobbies such as hiking, running, and yoga.