Anita Altemeyer, MPT
Anita is an Owensville native where she currently lives with her husband, Kris and two sons, Max and Leo. She attended and graduated from Maryville University with her Masters Degree in Physical Therapy in 2007. Anita has experience in a variety of settings throughout her career however her passion truly lies in treating orthopedics, analyzing functional movements, treating geriatrics, and manual therapy. In her spare time she enjoys working out, as she is also a Level 1 CrossFit coach. She also enjoys spending time outdoors either running or cycling or recharging with quiet time on Table Rock Lake with her family. Anita’s favorite aspect of working as a Physical Therapist is sharing the smiles and the look of pride when someone is able to achieve their goals. Watching people achieve their goals becomes addictive and ignites her drive to learn more to help others achieve more.
Catherine Cordz, PTA
Catherine has lived in Missouri most of her life, but is originally from Long Island, NY, where her father was stationed with the Coast Guard. She graduated in 2020 from Jefferson College and worked in skilled nursing before transitioning to outpatient. Catherine's large family, including 7 siblings and 17 nephews and nieces, all live locally and she enjoys spending time with them. She has always loved animals and the outdoors. She first became interested in physical therapy after a shoulder injury involving a cow and she saw how much physical therapy helped her recover from her injury. She operated a small dairy goat business for 10 years, but horses are her true love. She worked on a ranch in CO for two summers, training horses and taking clients on adventures in the mountains. Currently, she enjoys training and riding her young horse, Sparrow, being part of her church, house projects, cooking, puzzles, and gardening.
Tiffany is a Gasconade County native. She is a wife, mother and animal lover. She has been married to her husband, Cody, and has two children, Paislee and Chestyn. She resides on a little farm and raises a variety of animals including cows, chickens, a donkey and has two dogs. In her spare time, she really enjoys being outdoors, gardening, camping, side by side riding, going to the creeks and rivers and spending time with family and friends. Tiffany really enjoys being a part of the Potential Therapy team as the newest member. Her favorite part about working for Potential is the sense of family and getting to know each patient who comes in.