Martin is a Colorado native, born and raised in Pueblo but tied to Montrose from birth. His father graduated from Montrose High School in 1949. Martin spent time every summer on Grandma’s farm in Shavano Valley feeding hogs and goofing off, mostly goofing off. After graduating high school Martin moved to Texas where he rambled around working construction and learning some very important life lessons along the way. Tearing a ligament in his knee on a construction site he got his first exposure to the fascinating world of physical therapy. Over the next years, he attended community college and the University of North Texas as he worked on his plan to complete a degree in Physical Therapy. In 1995, Martin graduated from the University of Texas Medical Branch with a Master’s in Physical Therapy. Staying in Texas he worked to build and operate new physical therapy clinics for East Texas Medical Center for the next 7 years. In 2002 an opportunity was presented to move to Montrose and be the Director of Rehabilitation Services for Montrose Memorial Hospital. This allowed him to continue in his love of program building and develop MMH’s Mountain View Therapy. Martin developed a friendship with Gary Krabbe over the years and when Gary decided to sell In Motion Therapy, they laid the foundation for Martin and Lori to take over the business. This allowed Martin to continue to work at what he loves and be instrumental in developing services to provide the absolute best patient care and be an active community partner.
Martin absolutely loves the outdoor activities that the Montrose area offers. He loves to camp, fish and four-wheel with his lovely wife, Lori, and three children. He is an avid woodworker and has a hard time turning down the purchase of a new tool to accomplish that new project.
Martin and Lori are blessed to be in Montrose and call western Colorado home.
Hand Therapy / Occupational Therapy
Sue ScrantonOTR, CHT
Sue Scranton was born and raised in New Jersey. She received a degree in Occupational Therapy at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Connecticut. Sue has practiced Occupational Therapy in small private hospitals as well as a regional trauma center in New Jersey for nine years. She became a Certified Hand Therapist in May 2011. Sue married Brian, a fellow avid skier and outdoors man in 2003, and shortly thereafter moved to Ridgway, Colorado after a life-changing ski trip to Telluride. They continue to reside in Ridgway with their daughter, Sophia.
Amy HanleyOTR, CHT
Amy Hanley graduated from the Occupational Therapy program at KU Medical Center in 1993. Her first job as a therapist was in Milwaukee at an industrial medicine clinic, providing hand therapy, work hardening and work site evaluations. After two very cold winters, she returned to the town she grew up in — Montrose, CO. Shortly after coming back, she met her husband, Richard. Amy and Rich have three daughters: Alex, Jackie and Tatum. She has enjoyed providing a variety of Occupational Therapy services in Montrose and has been happily settled in at In Motion since 2008. In her spare time, she enjoys camping, cycling, backpacking and skiing.
Kari ReddinOTR, CHT
Kari is a native to Colorado, being born in a one room log cabin in Gunnison. Kari served at Fort Hood, Texas where she served as a Nuclear Biological Chemical Specialist for 3 years in the U.S. Army. While still in Texas, she completed an Associates Degree of Occupational Therapy Assistant at Austin Community College in Austin, TX in 2004. She completed her Bachelors of Applied Science in Applied Science in 2010 while on maternity leave. She has treated all conditions across the life span from 4 months old to 104-year-old patients. Kari joined the IMT team after completing her Masters in Occupational Therapy from Texas Women’s University in 2015. This is where she developed her passion for treating the upper extremity. Kari ultimately became a Certified Hand Therapist in 2020. Pediatric hand therapy patient’s and multiple trauma’s are some of her favorites to treat. Kari also finds great passion in giving back to the profession by educating future therapists. She is grateful to have been mentored by the late Gary Krabbe OTR, CHT and his prodigy team, Sue Scranton, OTR, CHT and Amy Hanley, OTR, CHT.
In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, Kevin, and 2 girls, Sabriel and Nayelli. Her family enjoys hunting, fishing, kayaking, and skiing. They love to be out under the great blue sky of Colorado and enjoys all of the adventures that it offers.
Teresa Bailey, Clinic DirectorPT, MPT, MA
Teresa Bailey, PT, MPT, MA graduated from University of Colorado Health Sciences Center with a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy in 1995. She previously earned a Master’s degree in Exercise and Sports Science from University of Denver in 1990. Teresa’s involvement in rehabilitation and sports medicine began as a Certified Athletic Trainer in 1988, working with collegiate athletes on the Front Range. Teresa moved to Montrose, CO in 1997 and was instrumental in the growth and development of the Montrose High School Athletic Training Program. With her support, new Athletic Training Programs at Olathe and Delta High Schools have been established.
Teresa joined the team at In Motion Therapy in 2005 and helped launch the expanded facility at its present location in 2006. She specializes in treating orthopedic conditions and working with athletes, young and not so young. Her aim is to empower her clients to be active and strong even after they move on from physical therapy. She values the team approach to patient treatment using best practice, evidence-based techniques.
Teresa is committed to her profession and continually seeks to improve herself and other professionals in the field. Teresa is the Center Coordinator of Clinical Education (CCCE) for professional students at IMT.
Teresa is a Colorado native who enjoys riding her road bike, traveling, hiking, boating, camping and spending time with her husband and two amazing teenagers.
Kristin TeaPT, DPT, OCS
Kristin was born and raised in Minnesota and graduated with a BA in Biology. She then obtained her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Franklin Pierce University in 2013. She went on in her education and is a Board-Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopedics. Kristin was previously a traveling Physical Therapist prior to moving to Montrose, CO and joining the IMT family in 2017. She specializes in dry needling, orthopedics and sports physical therapy. In her free time Kristin loves to run, mountain bike, hike, ski and travel with her family.
Mary was raised in Baltimore, MD. Wanting a change of scenery, Mary moved to Denver to investigate the Rocky Mountains. She met her husband Carter playing soccer and moved to the western slope, where they enjoy hiking, biking and skiing. Living on the western slope offers access to many places, both near and far. They have hiked to the bottom of the Grand Canyon 5 times, and are still awed by this magical place.
Mary graduated from Arapahoe Community College as a Physical Therapist Assistant. She incorporates exercise and manual techniques in her treatments, helping patients reach their full potential on both land and pool. Mary also completed STOTT’s Pilates for Rehab Professionals and is trained in both mat and reformer exercises.
Cory was born and raised right here in Montrose. He and his wife, Sherry, have two children, Ben and Avery. When he is not trying to keep up with the little munchkins, Cory enjoys running and exploring all that this beautiful area has to offer. Cory’s background is in endurance athletics and we are happy to have him with us as a Physical Therapy Assistant.
Anne KeilPT, DPT
Anne holds a BS in Community Health in 1989 and BS in Physical Therapy in 1991 from California State University Fresno and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy with Health Promotion emphasis from Simmons College in 2005. She is certified in Dry Needling and in Sole Supports Orthotics casting. Her professional focus has been primarily outpatient orthopedic, with specialty areas including dry needling, taping, and complicated cases such as chronic pain, headaches, and TMJ. She is also author of the textbook “Strap Taping for Sports and Rehabilitation” (2012) and contributing author to “Athletic Taping and Bracing” (Perrin, 2012).
Conference presented unpublished research includes: 2017 “From Healthcare to Health: 20 Year Opioid Dependent Low Back Pain to Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail”, 2015 “Gentle Dry Needling in the Management of Bilateral Upper Extremity Dystonia: A Case Report”, and 2010 “Trigger Point Dry Needling and Resolution of Narcotic Dependent Chronic Low Back Pain: A Case Study”.
She joined In Motion in May 2018 after relocating from Denver and loves the fantastic staff here. She is fluent in Spanish and enjoys travel and the exploring the outdoors (without all the Front Range crowds!).
Tesse MaciejkoBS, MS, PT, DPT
Tesse was born and raised in Gunnison, Colorado. She attended the University of New Mexico (UNM) on a division one swimming scholarship. At UNM she majored in Exercise Science and minored in Athletic Coaching. She continued her education at UNM and received a Masters in Sports Administration. Tesse earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy from Pacific University in Hillsboro, Oregon. She has had numerous clinical experiences across the U.S. and is excited to be back on the western slope treating the active population that resides here.
In her free time Tesse is an avid outdoorsman who enjoys backpacking, camping, fishing, skiing, trail running and all that the outdoors has to offer. She is excited to be here at In Motion Therapy working alongside such an amazing and positive staff, and is eager to continue learning and progressing her knowledge and education in order to provide the best possible care.
Amanda StertzbackPT, DPT
Amanda was raised near Cleveland, OH. She graduated with both her Allied Health Science degree and Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Cincinnati. She had gone on a couple vacations to Colorado and fell in love with the mountains which prompted her to move here. She was a competitive gymnast growing up and continues to love the sport, but also enjoys many other outdoor activities such as running, snowboard/skiing and taking her pup on hikes. Amanda is looking forward to enjoying everything that Colorado can offer.
Skyler ShermanATC, LAT, ITAT
Skyler was born and raised in Glenwood Springs Colorado. She attended Grand Canyon University in Phoenix where she earned a Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training. Skyler works with all levels of patients at In Motion Therapy in an effort to reach patient goals. She also works with all of the athletes and sports teams at Montrose High School providing acute emergency care, injury prevention, diagnosis, rehabilitation, and concussion management in an effort to keep athletes safe and get them back on the field following injury. When not working she enjoys hiking, fishing, snowmobiling, and most of all going to Lake Powell.
Jill moved to Colorado from California with her husband, Joe, in 1993. She loves to help people and has worked in dental and medical offices. She is blessed with 4 children and 2 grandchildren. Jill is very fun loving and outgoing. She loves laughing. Jill enjoys hiking, cooking, and spending time with her grandkids.
Tessa Bailey is a student at MHS and plans to study engineering
in college. She is a member of the Climbing team and is the goalie for
the girls Lacrosse team. In her limited free time, she enjoys reading,
painting, snowboarding, and anything outdoors! She enjoys helping
therapists get patients ready for their session and assisting when
Paige is Montrose native. She graduated high school in 2017 and attended college at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, AZ. She graduated with her Bachelors of Science in Biology with an emphasis in Pre-Physical Therapy in 2020 and returned home to Colorado. She hopes to achieve the goal of becoming a Doctor of Physical Therapy, but for now she is happy to be home with her family for a while. When she is not working, Paige enjoys being outdoors, volunteering, and spending time with her family – especially her niece and two nephews.
Teagan Bailey is currently a Mechanical Engineering student at
Colorado State University. In his free time, he enjoys boating and
hanging out with friends. His favorite part of In Motion Therapy is
helping our Certified Hand Therapist with custom splinting.
Bio Coming Soon!
Tatum is a senior at Peak Academy in Montrose. She plans on attending UCCS after graduating in May 2021. She is attending nursing school with hopes of becoming a nurse anesthetist. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her friends as well as meeting new people!
Erin was raised in Montana and attended Montana State University. She Moved to Montrose in 2007 with her husband, Warren, and their two children, Emily and Drew. She considers it a blessing to live in such a beautiful place and enjoys spending time outdoors camping, hiking, biking and skiing. She loves all things “artsy” and especially enjoys singing. She considers it an amazing opportunity to be part of the In Motion family and work alongside the exceptional individuals that makes this facility great!
Vanessa is a Colorado Native born in Denver. She and her husband, Brad, moved to Montrose in 1993. Vanessa has 2 sons, Wyatt and Quinn, who are in college. Her family enjoys spending time riding and hiking together. Vanessa has over 20 years of experience in Medical Offices and Billing. She is proud to be a member of the In Motion Therapy Team. AND Vanessa is fluent in 2 languages, English and Insurance (louder English).
Deena is a Certified Medical Assistant. She has a BA in Human Performance and Wellness from Mesa State College and a BA in Dietetics from the University of Northern Colorado. In 2016, she received her Certificate of Completion from the Medical Coding and Billing course through the Montrose/Delta Votech.
Her professional focus is to learn as much as she can regarding the intricate world of insurance. Deena loves the positive atmosphere created by the staff at In Motion Therapy. She enjoys playing tennis, hiking, and riding bikes with her husband.
Donna was born and raised in Montrose. Donna married her high school sweetheart, Steve Flowers. She has two children – Andrea and Adriana. Donna loves the outdoors including four-wheeling. She started with IMT in November of 2017 and loves being part of the IMT team.
Judee was born and raised in Ridgway, Colorado. After graduating high school, she attended Western State College in Gunnison where she earned a BA in Elementary Education and English. Her husband Bob was a dentist in Gunnison where Judee worked as a Chairside Assistant and Office Manager. Fifteen years ago, their journey brought them to Montrose. They have 5 children and 9 grandchildren. Judee joined In Motion Therapy in February of 2019 and says she loves the positive and caring atmosphere and she is happy to be a part of it.
Kelly grew up in eastern Colorado until she attended college at Trinity University in San Antonio, TX. While there, she received her Bachelor’s degree in Elementary education with an endorsement in Special Education and then taught for a few years in San Antonio and Austin. She then moved back to Colorado and attended the University of Northern Colorado where she earned her Masters Degree in Special Education. After this, she moved to Arizona where she taught both general and special education for many years in Chandler and Peoria. Kelly moved back to Colorado in 2006 and has taught in both Montrose and Delta schools.
She became a member of the In Motion Therapy team in 2019 after 30 years in the education field. In her spare time, Kelly enjoys being outdoors, gardening, playing piano, reading and spending time with her family and her dog (her best friend, Tanner).