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Tyler Brown, PT, CEAS II, AOEAS

 

Tyler was born and raised in Jacksonville IL. Tyler attended Maryville University in St. Louis, and graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy in 2000.  Tyler began practicing in Ste. Genevieve after graduating and the scope of his career has included hospital inpatient, outpatient, home health, nursing home, pediatrics, and sports medicine. He has focused the last 10 years of his career on injury prevention, onsite industrial consultation, and job site risk factor remediation saving companies millions of dollars in potential Worker's Compensation claims.  Tyler founded Potential Therapy Services in 2015. Potential is a very meaningful word to Tyler, and it is the goal of the company to help the ones we touch reach their maximal potential. That may be a client learning to walk again, or to return to work, or even a team member advancing themselves professionally. As a Physical Therapist and a business owner, there is nothing more gratifying than to see those around you set goals and achieve them with your help!  Tyler is married to Jodi Brown, and together they have 3 beautiful and very active children. Days are filled with piano lessons, dance instruction, swim practice, volleyball, soccer, softball and baseball.  Tyler enjoys running, cooking, and having a great cup of coffee.

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Jodi Brown, OTR/L

Jodi attended Maryville University in St. Louis and graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor of science degree in Occupational Therapy in 2001. Over the past 17 years, Jodi has practiced in a variety of settings including inpatient, outpatient, home health, nursing home, FirstSteps and schools. She has truly found her love of working with the pediatric population and spends the majority of her practice in the school based setting.  Jodi lives in Sainte Genevieve with her husband Tyler and 3 children, Riley, Lydia and Landon. As a family, they enjoy spending time together and supporting each other in all their various extracurricular activities from baseball to volleyball to swim to piano to dance to soccer to art, speech and theater. Jodi co-founded Potential Therapy Services with Tyler in 2015 and is often working behind the scenes to help propel the company forward. “There is no greater joy than to do what you love with the people you adore, to serve our wonderful community and surrounding areas, striving to continue following our dreams and to empower our employees and clients to reach their fullest potential.”

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Maria Rottler, PT

 

Maria is a native of Ste. Genevieve. She graduated from Maryville University-St. Louis in 1998 with a degree in physical therapy. She worked in hospital based inpatient and outpatient PT for five years in Illinois. She then accepted a position back in Ste. Genevieve to develop a woman’s health program. Over the past 15 years she has worked in inpatient, outpatient, home health, nursing home, school system, and First Steps providing physical therapy services. Maria states, “My great love is my specialty in women’s health and pelvic floor therapy. It is my mission to empower my patients to learn prevention and recovery strategies, to take control of their health, and to not accept what the medical community often considers ‘normal’ decline of the pelvic floor. I am excited to be joining this group of fun, professional, multi-talented, patient centered therapists delivering excellent care to the Ste. Genevieve and Bonne Terre communities”.

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Matt Terbrak, PTA

 Matt has lived in Perryville his entire life. He graduated from Perryville High School in 2016 and PTA school at Jefferson College in May of 2018. He joined our team in January 2019.  In his free time he loves to travel, go fishing, spend time with friends, play hockey, coach football, and visit his family down at the beach. Matt chose Physical Therapy for his career after enduring injuries while playing high school football that required Physical Therapy treatment to get him back on the field. He developed a deep appreciation for the profession. Matt states “Now, I am very glad that I am able to be a part of getting my patients back to their homes, getting athletes back on the field or court, and getting every patient back to what they love here at Potential, to see their excitement, and to feel their appreciation”.

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Michelle Hoog

 

Michelle is a Ste. Genevieve native.  She lives in Lake Forest with Bob, her husband of 25 years, and their 3 boys, Caleb, Josh and Matthew. Michelle and Bob grew up as family farmers.  Michelle has a love for animals and rescues cats and dogs from local shelters.  In her free time she enjoys spending time with her family and taking boat rides on the lake with her boys.