Holly has worked for the last 20 years with the special needs population. She has worked in outpatient therapy setting as well as with Madison County Schools. Holly has a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy from Elon University in North Carolina.
Macy graduated with honors from the University of St. Augustine doctorate of physical therapy program. Prior to school, Macy worked at a pediatric outpatient clinic where she developed her love for working with kids. Macy was able to further enforce her passion for pediatric therapy after completing her final clinical experience at a Pediatric Neurological facility in Texas.
Sebreta became a Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant in 1996. Since that time she has gained experience with in-patient and out-patient settings as well as aquatic and in-home therapy. Also a professional dance instructor, Sebreta has a unique knowledge of dance-specific injury prevention along with post-injury rehab to allow the dancer to return to their optimal performance.
Ruthie is that contagiously happy and smiling face that greets you upon your arrival. With 14 years of experience in Physical Therapy office management, she provides customer services, scheduling, and insurance coding/billing.
With over 10 years of experience in office management and medical billing, Jessica joined Ruthie in the office at Waite Rehab in July, 2020. Together they ensure you know what to expect when it comes to your insurance benefits.
I am an experienced American Speech-Language Hearing Association certified and Alabama licensed Speech-Language Pathologist who has recently moved to the Huntsville, AL area. I am now providing pediatric speech therapy with Waite Rehab and Wellness. Education includes Bachelor’s in Communication Disorders from Middle Tennessee State University and Master’s in Speech Pathology from The University of Tennessee. Experience with a wide range of pediatric speech and language disorders including: Autism, developmental delays, articulation/phonological disorders, stuttering, dysphagia and other feeding disorders, alternative augmented communication (AAC). I look forward to working with your patients to improve their communication and developmental skills.