Category: Staff

Heidi Parsons

Heidi Parsons joined NWRA in January 2013, quickly providing us with an incredible talent in medical office reception . We appreciate Heidi for her visual media, talents in systems efficiency, knowledge of computer networking, and problem solving. However, we are AMAZED at her consistent smile, temperament in multi-tasking, and the incredible trivia knowledge that she […]

Brady Whetten, PT, DPT, GCS

Brady’s passion for evidence based medicine is only outweighed by is passion for human beings. He has the rare combination of the ability to listen and the ability to lead clients toward their true potential. Specialist care with a personal touch indeed. Brady has served on national vestibular task forces, participated in podcasts, authored APTA […]

Marie Hook, MS, OTR

Marie is a true student of the profession and “OT of all trades”. She brings a very diverse set of skills to NWRA, with the capacity to see patients with neurologic impairment, those with difficulty after joint replacement, orthopedic injuries due to sport or overuse, visual impairment, and has extensive training in adaptive home changes, […]

Kate Menke, PT, DPT, CBIS

Kate Menke is a neuro-enthusiast and Midwesterner by nature and rearing, having graduated from PT school at the University of Missouri, and subsequently falling in love with Salem during a clinical rotation back in 2018. She is glad to call Salem home now, having worked in California and Texas before her long-awaited return to Salem […]

Amy Schepers, PT, DPT

Amy Schepers brings a unique passion for evidence-based practice and patient education within neurologic PT and falls prevention. She graduated from the Neurologic PT Residency at the University of Utah and completed her Doctor of Physical Therapy at Duke University. She is from west Michigan (born and raised) and is an outdoors enthusiast in each […]

Dr. Robert Winningham, Ph.D

Dr. Rob Winningham has 20 years of experience researching applied memory issues and for the past 16 years has conducted research on older adults and ways to enhance their mental functioning and quality of life. Thousands of subscribers get his monthly brain stimulation activities called Dr. Rob’s Cranium Crunches. He is a full Professor and […]