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Meet Our Physical Therapist's
Dr. Shannon graduated from University of Wisconsin—Milwaukee with a doctorate degree in Physical Therapy and an Assistive Technology and Universal Design Certificate. She is originally from Wisconsin and enjoys any activity that gets her outdoors. Her passion for pediatric physical therapy began as a teenager when she volunteered to assist with programming for children with special needs and has since sought out opportunities which have allowed her to work with children in diverse clinical and educational settings. She loves the creativity and energy required to work with children and is passionate about ensuring therapy is fun, educational, and family-centered to help children gain independence.
Mrs. Criseyde graduated with her Master's of Science in Physical therapy from University of Miami in 1996. She has extensive background working with all ages, however she has a passion for working with infants and children. She strives to continually learn and grow as a physical therapist to provide the best possible care. Criseyde also puts forth high energy and liveliness into each treatment and finds it rewarding to watch her children improve and reach milestones. She enjoys the special bond that develops when working with each child.
Ms. Beth graduated from Arcadia University with a Doctor of Physical Therapy in 2003. She has been practicing physical therapy for the past 20 years, the last 10, in pediatrics. She has worked with all age groups from infants to 21 and has experience with a variety of disabilities including Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida, Down’s syndrome, Autism, neuromuscular disease, genetic abnormalities, and developmental delay. She has practiced in a variety of settings including the home, schools, and daycare, making her well acquainted with the places your children navigate daily. As a pediatric therapist she strives to keep children engaged through fun and functional activities that are geared towards their specific needs. Beth considers it a great privilege to work with children and families and she is looking forward to our collaboration as we work towards our common goal of your child’s continuing development and success.
Ms. Erin was born in California and raised in Mississippi, and moved to Brevard County for her husbands work. With 7+ years working in the PTA field working in the outpatient geriatric population she has always had a passion for pediatrics. After the birth of her daughter she made the change to pediatrics and now she loves hitting those small victories with these kiddos!
Ms. Vanessa Vanessa Del Moral is a Physical Therapist Assistant. Born and raised in Puerto Rico, Vanessa is fully bilingual in English and Spanish and has lived in Florida for 31 years. Vanessa graduated from Seminole State College in 1996. She has 27 years of experience as a PTA and 10+ years as Director of Rehabilitation. She has been blessed with the opportunity of working with not only pediatrics but also with the geriatric population. Vanessa is passionate about improving the quality of life of her patients by assisting them in achieving mobility goals, regaining and/or maintaining independence and leading active lives. Vanessa is married and has two young adult children. In her free time, she enjoys going for walks at the beach, chasing sunsets and traveling abroad.
Ms. Lisa Lee has enjoyed a life of public service and giving back to the community. Those early roots were cemented through watching her father Michael Lee in his dedicated and distinguished career, as he served our great nation through Military Service. In her spare time, Lisa enjoys running, recording music, traveling, volunteering, and spending time with her family and friends. Professionally Lisa has worked in the Child Care Industry, but the last several years she has worked as a PTA most notably working with the Pediatric and Geriatric populations. More recently, Lisa had the opportunity to visit Barcelona Spain at the beginning of the year and further her exposure and cultural awareness. Lisa appreciated her experience at Keiser University, which equipped her with the necessary skills to become a part of the Physical Therapy community.
Ms. Alicia is a transplant from the Emerald Coast -NWFL and is a graduate of Keiser University's PTA program. She has transitioned into the therapy field after being an educator for 15+ years, including Exceptional Student Education and most recently Early Childhood Education. She loves the functional approach for kids and how to make therapy relatable to their lives as well as co-treating with others in different fields. As a former Red Cross swim instructor, she loves to incorporate aquatic therapy into her treatments when possible. Raised in a military family, she enjoys traveling , cooking, and trying new experiences with her husband and child.
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