Therapists at Washington
Therapy specialties at the Washington pavilion in east Indianapolis include McKenzie technique for pain management; pediatric and adult speech-language disorders; pediatric development disorders; general orthopedics and sports medicine diagnoses; occupational (work injury) therapy and pre-employment physicals; and hand/upper extremity rehab and orthotics.
Marcy Gordy, PT, DPT is a doctor of physical therapy who specializes in the evaluation and treatment of work related injuries. She has over 10 years of clinical experience treating a variety of orthopedic and repetitive strain injuries specific to the occupational health setting. She has training in Matheson functional capacity evaluations (FCE), work conditioning, Graston, and McKenzie MDT techniques. Marcy also performs pre-employment physical demand testing.
Lea Loveless, PT, MPT is a physical therapist who specializes in pediatric physical therapy and neurological disorders for adults and pediatrics. In addition, Lea has advanced training in pediatric kinesiotaping, the assessment and treatment of torticollis, the evaluation and treatment of early intervention and the evaluation and treatment of neurological impairments of pediatrics and adults.
Kelly Lundeen, MA, CCC-SLP is a certified speech-language pathologist who specializes in pediatric speech and language disorders and adult neurogenic speech and language disorders. In addition, Kelly has advanced training in educationally based speech and language disorders.
Elise Magno, PT, DPT is a doctor of physical therapy who specializes in general orthopedics. Elise also has a special interest in sports medicine.
Andrew McClure, PT, DPT is a doctor of physical therapy who specializes in general orthopedics. In addition, Andrew has a special interest in sports medicine.
Erin Peterson, MOT, OTR is an occupational therapist with a special interest in hand and upper extremity rehabilitation. She is also skilled in the design and fabrication of orthoses/splints for the hand, wrist and elbow.
Susan Spice, PT is a physical therapist, women’s health specialist and lymphedema/oncology specialist who specializes in women’s and men’s health, pelvic floor dysfunction and lymphedema/oncology management. In addition, Susan has advanced training in pelvic floor dysfunction and treatment (levels 1, 2 and 3), pregnancy and postpartum issues, basic and advanced Leduc method lymphedema management and cancer exercise specialist training.
Tanie Squier, BS, OTR is an occupational therapist who specializes in pediatric patients with sensorimotor, oral motor stimulation, and atypical development disorders. Tanie also has a special interest in vestibular rehabilitation (BPPV), carpal tunnel syndrome, carpal tunnel status post, de Quervain disease, distal radius fracture and trigger finger. Additionally, she has advanced training in sensory integration, sensory-motor therapy, neurodevelopment techniques (NDT), motor learning and development, and stages and steps in feeding.