Physical Therapists Specialists in Sparks, NV

Physical Therapists Specialists in Sparks, NV

Physical Therapists in Sparks NV evaluate and treat people with health problems that result from injury or disease. They use massage, heat, cold, water, electricity and exercise to restore function and promote healing. They also use advanced manual techniques.

Heidi Simon graduated with her Doctorate of Occupational Therapy from Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences – Mary Baldwin University in 2018. She is Nevada state licensed and certified. She enjoys treating patients with neurological conditions and orthopedic hand conditions. She is certified in the LSVT BIG program which specializes in movement training for Parkinson’s patients.

Heidi Streeter

Heidi Streeter is a licensed physical therapist in the state of Minnesota. Her license number is 6333. She graduated from NORTHWESTERN COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC.

She specializes in orthopedic conditions, vestibular/balance disorders and post-surgical rehabilitation. She also has extensive experience with the Maitland and McKenzie techniques. Her patients describe her as compassionate, skilled and empathetic.

She has over 30 years of clinical experience treating patients with complex problems. She is passionate about helping her patients achieve their goals and enjoys bringing the best out in people. She also loves spending time with her family, golfing and rooting on the University of Washington Huskies. She currently lives in Reno, Nevada.

Angela Bialorucki

Angela Bialorucki is an incredibly skilled and compassionate physical therapist who enjoys treating patients of all ages. She believes that each patient is unique and has a different story to tell. She utilizes her knowledge of a wide variety of techniques and approaches to create customized treatment plans for her patients.

She is certified in McKenzie mechanical diagnosis and therapy as well as Maitland and Dry Needling Techniques. She is also trained in the LSVT BIG program which is a specialized treatment approach to Parkinson’s Disease.

She has practiced in both inpatient and outpatient settings for over 20 years. She has a passion for working with the neurologic population and orthopedic upper extremity conditions.

Noria Pryor

Noria Pryor graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno with a bachelor’s degree in Community Health Sciences. She then went on to receive her doctorate in Physical Therapy from Northern Arizona University. She has spent the majority of her career in an outpatient orthopedic setting treating patients with a wide range of injuries and conditions. She enjoys building relationships with her patients and helping them accomplish their goals. She is skilled in manual therapy, sports medicine and vestibular rehabilitation. She is also a certified lymphedema specialist. She currently lives in Reno with her husband and two sons. They enjoy playing outside and cheering on the University of Washington Huskies.

Sedona Shonnard

She joined the Northern Nevada team in 2020 and enjoys treating a variety of orthopedic, post-surgical and vestibular patients at our South Reno clinic. She is trained in the McKenzie Mechanical Diagnosis technique and has additional training in LSVT BIG (Loudness Sensory Motor Amplitude) for Parkinson’s Disease.

She believes in a patient-centered approach to therapy that incorporates education, manual treatment and exercise. Her favorite aspects of PT are the laughter and compassion she builds with her patients.

Dina is a life-long learner and is working toward her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. She enjoys building relationships with her patients and empowering them to achieve their goals.

Amanda Henriques

Amanda Henriques is a physical therapist who works with people of all ages, from newborns to the elderly, who have medical problems or other health-related conditions that limit their ability to move and perform daily activities. She uses treatment techniques to promote healing, reduce pain, restore function and prevent disability.

Henriques has a passion for helping patients get the most out of life and believes in the science of healing with compassion. She enjoys building relationships with her patients and incorporating laughter into her practice.

She is trained in the McKenzie Method of mechanical diagnosis and therapy and is certified in LSVT BIG for Parkinson’s disease patients.

Malcolm Hall

Malcolm Hall is a physical therapist who graduated from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions in 2018. He has been working with patients in various healthcare settings including acute care, skilled nursing, and outpatient orthopedics. He enjoys getting to know each patient and tailoring their treatment to fit their specific needs.

He uses a combination of manual therapy techniques and therapeutic exercise to help his patients reach their goals. In addition, he provides patients with home exercises to improve their mobility and reduce pain. He also teaches patients to use assistive devices, such as crutches or wheelchairs, if needed. He is licensed in the state of Nevada and has completed a number of continuing education courses.