Adam Devery PTA, ATC/L
Adam DeveryPTA, ATC/L
Email: [email protected]
Adam is a graduate of the University of Evansville with a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training and an Associates of Science in Physical Therapist Assistant. He plans to continue his education by working on the Orthopedic Advanced Proficiency Pathway (APP) through the APTA for PTAs.
He has enjoyed all areas of practice that he has had experience in thus far making him enjoy a wide variety of conditions and patient populations. Orthopedics and sports medicine are areas that he feels he is more versed in and are what he would like to continue to further develop.
When he is not at work, he spends time outdoors, running, biking, and with friends and family. Being originally from the Chicago suburbs, he is a big fan of the Chicago Cubs, Bears, and Blackhawks.
McKenzi Goebel ATC, LAT
McKenzi GoebelATC, LAT
McKenzi graduated from the University of Evansville in May 2019 with her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training. She obtained her Youth Mental Health First Aid certification in 2018. McKenzi is currently continuing her education at UE in the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program.
McKenzi loves working with athletes both on and off the field. While she has had the most experience with rehabbing knees and ankles, McKenzi enjoys treating a variety of conditions. She loves learning new techniques to treat her patients.
When not in the clinic, McKenzi can be found outdoors with my family and dog. She loves hiking, swimming, and canoeing, but also enjoys a relaxing day at home every now and then.
Craig Gross LAT, ATC
Craig GrossLAT, ATC
Email: [email protected]
Craig attended Indiana University, Bloomington where he majored in Athletic Training, Kinesiology, K-12 Physical Education with a minor in exercise science. He has interned with the MLB team, the Pittsburgh Pirates. Craig has certifications in: Kinesiology taping, Spider Tech Taping, Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM), Functional Movement Screening, Selective Functional Movement Screening, Functional Capacity Screening, Blood flow restriction, and is Certified in Concussion management. He is currently working towards completing his program and testing to be a certified Pedorthic.
Craig has a solid knowledge of treating sports related orthopedic injuries from his experience practicing as an Athletic Trainer through his years at North High School. In addition to sports orthopedic injuries, he also has a wealth of experience for caring for mild traumatic brain injuries (also known as concussions). As an Athletic Trainer, Craig is also trained to manage acute traumatic injuries which can occur on the sports fields. He has worked closely with the rehabilitation team of ProRehab therapists in the Tri-State Orthopedic Surgeons group, along with the east side ProRehab location. He now splits his time between the high school as their Athletic Trainer and the orthotics lab at ProRehab Evansville East. The Pedorthic certification that he is completing will further assist him in providing even better care out of the ProRehab Orthotic Laboratory.
When Craig is not at work you can find him spending time with his family. Craig has been blessed with an amazing wife, Meleah, and his son, Gideon. He also has two great dogs, Keely and Nita, that complete his family.
Craig enjoys going on mission trips with his church and serving as a church camp counselor in the summers. He is also a leukemia cancer survivor who has a passion for living a healthy lifestyle, which he continually teaches to his student athletes. He enjoys strength training and being outdoors, where he camps and hikes, kayaks among many other outdoor activities. You can also find him working on many building projects on the weekends. He enjoys being able to craft things by hand. Above all, Craig truly enjoys providing care to his athletes and patients.
Jessica Hedrick ATC/L; PTA
Jessica HedrickATC/L; PTA
Email: [email protected]
Jessica attended University of Evansville where she majored in Athletic Training and Physical Therapy Assistance. Jessica has certifications in Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers, Functional Movement Screening, Functional Capacity Screening, and Blood Flow Restriction Therapy.
Jessica splits her time between Tri-State Orthopaedics as a Physical Therapy Assistant and Bosse High School as their Athletic Trainer.
Jessica is trained in the rehabilitation of orthopedic and sports related injuries. She has great knowledge for caring for athletes who sustain concussions. As an Athletic Trainer, Jessica is trained to manage acute traumatic injuries as well as overuse injuries that can occur during participation in athletics.
When Jessica is not at work, she is spending time with her husband, Josiah, and their two cats. Jessica is dedicated to a daily fitness routine. She enjoy watching fictional investigative shows and reading books by her favorite Christian Author, Karen Kingsbury. She is a strong Christian woman who serves in the Children’s ministry at her church weekly and is involved in a community group with other couples from her church. Jessica truly cares about people and, at times, considers herself another mother to her athletes.
Jen Howder ATC
Hannah Lovvorn ATC/PTA
Hannah graduated from the University of Evansville (UE) with a bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training. Following UE she continued her education at Vincennes University, where she earned her associate’s degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA). She is certified in FMS and has been trained in the following areas: Therapeutic Neuroscience and Concussion Management with Vestibular Training. Continuing her life-long learning, she continuously participates in Evidence In Motion courses with various areas of emphasis.
Hannah has worked in the outpatient therapy setting since graduation and has been the Head Athletic Trainer for Evansville Central High School. She has worked with ProRehab since 2013. In that time, she has been credentialed as a clinical instructor for Athletic Training students and Physical Therapist Assistant students. She enjoys working with all populations with various physical conditions utilizing FMS, y-balance, TNE, and vestibular training.
Though she is originally from Vincennes, IN, Hannah currently resides in Evansville with her husband and son. She enjoys participating and volunteering her time at Faith Bible Church, as well as spending time with her family, camping, participating in sports activities, and being involved with her church’s youth program.
Del Nance MS, ATC, PTA, CSCS, NASM (PES, CES)
Del NanceMS, ATC, PTA, CSCS, NASM (PES, CES)
Email: [email protected]
Del is a 2013 Graduate of California University, California Pennsylvania. Del received his Master in Science Degree from CALU Graduating Summa Cum Laude from the Exercise Science and Health Promotion, Rehabilitation Program. Furthermore, Del is a 1998 graduate of Illinois State University, earning a BS in Athletic Training where he graduated Summa Cum Laude. He received an AA degree as a Physical Therapist Assist from Illinois Central College in 1990.
Del has received his Athletic Training Certification from the Board of Certification for Athletic Trainers (BOCAT) and is the Director of Athletic Training Outreach Services for ProRehab,PC and is the Head Athletic Trainer at Castle High School. Del is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist issued by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). In addition he holds certifications as both a Corrective Exercise Specialist and Performance Specialist from the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM). Del has been awarded the Recognition of Advanced Proficiency or Physical Therapist Assistant by the APTA.
Del is a proud Veteran of the United States Marine Corps. Del enjoys spending quality family time with his wife and two children.
Chandler Riem ATC, LAT, CSCS
Chandler RiemATC, LAT, CSCS
Chandler attended undergrad at the University of Evansville where he received a BS in Athletic Training and Pre Physical Therapy. Chandler is currently a Licensed and Certified Athletic Trainer as well as a Physical Therapy student attending the University of Evansville for his Doctorate of Physical Therapy program. Upon completion of his DPT degree, Chandler hopes to apply and gain acceptance in a Sports residency program to eventually become SCS certified.
During his undergrad Chandler worked very closely with the University of Evansville Baseball team where he developed an ability to identify and rehabilitate more effectively shoulder and torso injuries. Chandler has no favorite injury to rehabilitate as he finds the whole rehab process, regardless of location, enjoyable. Chandler specifically enjoy how each injury requires its own special focus based on what the individual needs to perform following recovery.
When not working you can find Chandler either spending time with family/friends, reading, or performing some type of physical activity. He loves the outdoors and spend a majority of his time, either hiking, backpacking or kayaking. He is firm believer in living an active lifestyle and believes it helps him relate to his patients.
Breanna Roach LAT, ATC, PTA
Breanna RoachLAT, ATC, PTA
Email: [email protected]
Breanna earned an Associate’s Degree in Applied Sciences with emphasis in Athletic Training from Vincennes University in 2013. Followed by earning her Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training from Indiana State University in 2016. Breanna then went on to receive an Associate’s Degree in Physical Therapist Assistant from Vincennes University in 2018.
Currently, Breanna is the Head Athletic Trainer for Mater Dei High School and a Physical Therapist Assistant at the West Side branch for ProRehab. During the spring semester of 2018, while attending Vincennes University for her Physical Therapist Assistant Degree, Breanna held the position of Interim Head Athletic Trainer as well as one of the Athletic Training Professors. Breanna decided to advance her education with achieving her certification in the Graston Technique.
Breanna’s personal interests include spending time with family/friends, being with her two dogs Myelo and Meelah, baking gourmet cheesecakes, reading, and cheering for the Tennessee Titans and St. Louis Cardinals.
Craig Schlemmer LAT/ATC
Craig graduated from East Central High School in Sunman, Indiana. He graduated from the University of Evansville in May 2015 with my Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training. He became a LAT/ATC and started working with ProRehab-PC in October, 2015 at F.J. Reitz High School. Later he returned to the University of Evansville in 2017 to complete a Transition to Teaching Certification and graduated with that in May, 2018. I currently teach at John H. Castle High School.
Craig is an experienced Athletic Trainer and versed in concussion evaluation and rehabilitation. He also is skilled in any lower extremity injuries, whether acute or chronic, and has interest in shoulder/elbow evaluations and rehabilitation as well.
Craig loves supporting my students and student athletes in everything they do. When not on the sidelines, expect to see him in the crowd rooting them on! He also enjoy seeing the theater departments from either school for they do an amazing job in their productions. In his off time, Craig enjoys spending time with his wife Kendra, and their four-legged daughter Addyson. Other hobbies include: traveling, the outdoors, hunting/fishing, sports and spending time with our family back in Cincinnati, OH.
Gabrielle Stubblefield MS, LAT, ATC
Gabrielle StubblefieldMS, LAT, ATC
Gabrielle earned her Masters of Science in athletic training in 2017 from the University of Evansville. She also has been a licensed Athletic Trainer since 2017. Prior to this, he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in exercise science in 2015 from Western Kentucky University.
Gabrielle’s diverse background in sports includes working with athletes from the grade school to the professional level. Her sports medicine experience includes extensive athletic training coverage, 4 seasons of NCAA Division I football assistance, 2 years at various sports at the Univeristy of Evansville, and 2 summer internships with The Washington Redskins. Gabrielle’s skills include utilizing the Selective Functional Movement Assessment, the Y Balance Test, and the Functional Movement Screen to better enhance rehabilitative outcomes and prevent injuries for the purpose of achieving athletes’ goals.
When not working or studying for her DPT courses, She enjoys spending time with her family, dog, and watching sporting events. She also enjoys traveling and going to the beach for vacations!
Alicia Thomas PTA, ATC
Robbiccaa Williams ATC/L
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Robbiccaa earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Exercise Science from Tennessee Wesleyan College in 2016. Following, she also earned her Master of Athletic Training Degree from Manchester University and obtained her Athletic Training Certification from the NATABOC in 2018.
Currently, Robbiccaa is the Head Athletic Trainer for North Posey High School and a Certified Athletic Trainer for ProRehab’s Poseyville Clinic. As a Silver Sneakers FLEX Instructor, Robbiccaa teaches an adult exercise program located at the Poseyville Community Center to help improve strength and balance. Robbiccaa holds a certification in the Functional Movement Screen Level 1.
Robbiccaa’s personal interests include spending time with her family, friends, fiancé, and her Beagle, Delilah-Rose. She enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking or rock climbing, running, listening to music, and cheering for the Tennessee Vols.
Sydney Winstead ATC, LAT
Sydney WinsteadATC, LAT
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Sydney completed her Bachelor’s at the University of Evansville in Athletic Training. During her time in undergrad, she completed rotations with Castle High School Football and UE Men’s Basketball teams. Afterwards, Sydney obtained her Athletic Training Certification. She is currently in the Doctorate of Physical Therapy program at the University of Evansville for which she recently completed a clinical in orthopedics.
Sydney’s favorite injuries to treat include athletic performance injuries specifically prevention and overuse.
She loves the outdoors and spends her free time when she is not studying by being outside.
When not in the clinic, or studying, she loves spending her free time outdoors. Sydney also participates in intramural sports at UE and enjoys volunteering her time helping those in need through ACEcare at her university.