Our Staff

Kelsey Harris, PT, DPT, CSRS, RPSFC

Owner and Physical Therapist

Kelsey achieved her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2016 from Duquesne University. She achieved a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology and a Bachelor’s Degree in Health Sciences from Duquesne University in 2014. Kelsey has passionately spent the majority of her career treating the neurologic population, with a specialization in stroke and brain injury recovery. Kelsey is a Certified Stroke Rehabilitation Specialist and is certified in NDT (Neuro-Developmental Treatment), which is a hands-on approach that allows clients to use the right muscles, at the right time, to make their daily tasks easier.

Kelsey firmly believes in treating the individual holistically and taking the time to listen to each client and their family to ensure an individualized treatment plan. To Kelsey, you are more than just a client, you're family.


In her free time, Kelsey enjoys cooking, fishing, watching the Steelers and spending time outdoors with her two dogs, Jax and Kora.

Kat Schrock, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Kat graduated from Duquesne University with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy. Since graduating, she spent her first year working in a trauma hospital seeing patients with a variety of diagnoses. Kat has a very strong interest in working with the neurologic population and plans to pursue further certification in this field.


Kat firmly believes in patient advocacy and ensuring patients receive the care and treatment they deserve. She wants to serve as a platform for patients, allowing them to achieve goals that are important to them.


Outside of being a PT, Kat enjoys traveling, seeing live music, and spending time with her cat, Luna.


Amanda Varner,PT, DPT, NCS, CSRS

Physical Therapist

I graduated with my Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Chapman University in 2013. In 2018 I became a Board Certified Specialist in Neurologic Physical Therapy. I am a Certified Stroke Rehabilitation Specialist and am certified in treatment techniques specific to patients with Parkinson Disease.


I have always had a passion for the neurologic population- each case is unique and allows me to use my critical thinking skills. I am committed to life long learning and am always seeking out educational opportunities. I also value teaching and mentoring aspiring neurologic physical therapists.


Aside from physical therapy, my world revolves around spoiling my Bernese Mountain Dog, Riley. My fiancé and I also enjoy hiking, running, house projects, traveling and anything that keeps us outside.

Brittany O'Toole, OTR/L, CSRS, CBIS

Occupational Therapist

Hello! My name is Brittany and I am an occupational therapist. I love occupational therapy because it is a holistic approach that focuses on helping people regain function and independence in the areas of their lives that are most important to them.

Most of my clinical background has been in neurological rehabilitation, particularly working with individuals recovering from stroke, brain injury, and spinal cord injury. I am also a certified stroke rehabilitation specialist and a certified brain injury specialist.


Annelies Layton, OTR/L, CBIS

Occuptaional Therapist

Annelies has her masters in occupational therapy from Chatham University in Pittsburgh, PA. She is a certified brain injury specialist with significant experience in neuro/stroke/brain injury rehab. Annelies enjoys helping people achieve their rehab goals and getting them to be more independent in their day to day life.


Outside of work she loves being in nature and spending time with her significant other and dog, including traveling, hiking, biking, and whitewater kayaking.






Dina Alexander, MS, CCC-SLP

Speech Language Pathologist

My Name is Dina, and I have been a speech therapist for 12 years! I have spent the last decade working with the adult population with a wide variety of health conditions including stroke, brain injury, dementia, and Parkinson’s disease among other neurological conditions. I have seen firsthand how frustrating the healthcare system can be to navigate and the benefits when patients get the therapy they need and deserve. I love working with clients to improve their swallowing, communication, and cognitive functioning so they can get back to simply eating foods they love, communicating with their family, and engaging with the world.


Outside of speech therapy, I love spending time with my husband, two children, and black lab as well as slipping away for a yoga class or trying a new restaurant.