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Trevor has lived all over the country, including New Mexico, Alabama, Minnesota, New York and Arizona. It is in Arizona where he received his Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology from Arizona State University in 2010, and his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Midwestern University in 2014.
Following graduation, he relocated to Tucson, his wife’s hometown, where he joined the Athlon team. Trevor believes that a physical therapy program should be individually tailored, and address all aspects of a patient’s life to help them reach their fullest potential. He enjoys helping his patient’s return to their former self and activities, be it, sports, hiking, gardening, traveling, or just spending time with friends and family.
Trevor is an avid, enthusiastic sports fan and a former competitive swimmer, all of which spurred his interest in aquatic therapy, sports medicine, orthopedics and Rock Steady Boxing. In 2015, Trevor got certified by Rock Steady Boxing for Parkinson's (non-contact regimen) and later transitioned into the Knock Out Parkinson's program here at Athlon. He enjoys helping others become empowered to fight back against Parkinson's disease. Furthermore, Trevor is Titleist Performance Institute Certified (TPI). Using TPI’s physical assessment screen, Trevor is able to prescribe proper rehabilitation techniques to get players back in the game of golf. In addition to sports, Trevor enjoys spending his time off with his wife, new baby girl and two dogs as they lead a healthy and active lifestyle.
Midwestern University, Glendale, Arizona
Doctor of Physical Therapy, May 2014
Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona
Bachelor of Science, Kinesiology, December 2010
D’Arcy was born and raised in a suburb of Cleveland, Berea, Ohio. She attended Baldwin-Wallace College in her hometown, where she competed in cross country and track and field and was a 3-time national qualifier. After graduating, she moved to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to continue her education at Chatham University where she earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy.
D’Arcy’s professional interests include orthopedic, sports, and manual therapy. She obtained her Clinical Specialization in Orthopedics in June of 2017. Out of the clinic D’Arcy enjoys running, yoga, hiking, rock climbing, and cooking. She adores her friends and family, and her sheepdog, Gordy. In the future she would love to coach cross country and incorporate running and rock climbing in to her professional practice.
Mary was raised in Alamo, CA. She graduated from University of California, San Diego in 2013 where she spent as much time as she could on the beach. While applying for graduate school she worked at a physical therapy clinic for a year at her home town. Mary completed her Doctor of Physical Therapy training at Mount Saint Mary’s University in Los Angeles, CA and graduated September 2017. As a new graduate, she hopes to become certified in dry needling and specialize in sports rehabilitation and recovery as well as promoting overall health and wellness to her patients. In her spare time, Mary likes to spend time with her soon to be husband and explore Tucson and the rest of Arizona. She also enjoys hiking, eating ice cream and practicing yoga.
Mount Saint Mary’s University, Los Angeles, California
Doctor of Physical Therapy, September 2017
University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, California
Bachelors of Science, Human Biology, June 2013
Minor: Human Development
Sam grew up in Southern California at the happiest place on earth, Anaheim, CA where he got his positive outlook on life. He moved to Tucson with his family where he finished high school before joining the military. After being honorably discharged from the United States Air Force, Sam returned to Tucson and worked in sales prior to going to Athlon to seek treatment for a neck injury. Realizing that this was the perfect atmosphere for him to be in; Sam came to work at Athlon in 2009 as a physical therapy technician.
Sam received his Associate of Occupational Science in the Physical Therapy Assistant Program at Pima Medical Institute in Tucson, Arizona in 2014
Sam’s favorite part of being a PTA is getting to know the patients and seeing them get well and go back to doing the things they enjoy!
Sam has a daughter who is attending ASU and a son who recently returned from serving in the United States Marine Corps and is attending school in Tucson. Sam enjoys spending time with his wife Cory at the gym or outside training for the next Tour de Tucson. When he is not riding bikes or hanging out with Cory and Annie the Pug, you can probably find Sam on the golf course with his friends.
Brianna is a born and raised Tucsonan, grew up on the east-side of Tucson. Coming out of high school, she attended Pima Community College and found an interest in sports medicine. During that time, she invested her outside time with training athletes in a high school weight room as well as other fitness and athletic pertaining jobs. She has been pursuing physical therapy since the end of 2015. In 2017, she received her certification to practice as a Physical Therapist Assistant. Outside of the working environment, she enjoys hiking, weight lifting, cooking, and spending quality time with family and friends.
Pima Medical Institute, Tucson, Arizona
Associates Degree for Physical Therapy Assistant, October 2017
Mon – Fri: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
The staff is very caring. The attention to personal need, pain and safety are excellent. Amanda T realized a potential condition during my intake that required two MRI’s and three doctors to confirm. I recommend this office for one time or continuing physical therapy.~ Ervin