Taylor Lumsden MPT, CEAS II
Taylor has been practicing Physical Therapy since 2001. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science and his Master's Degree in Physical Therapy from Saint Louis University. His scope of practice has been very diverse. Taylor has practiced in nursing home settings, inpatient rehab settings, home health, pediatrics, sports medicine, Industrial Medicine and outpatient therapy. His particular expertise has been in outpatient rehabilitation. He specializes in treatment of orthopedic conditions across all age spectrums. He has furthered his training to focus on ergonomic evaluations and prevention of injury in the workplace. Taylor grew up in southeast Missouri. He is married and is the father of 4 children. His interests include cycling and working out, hunting and fishing, spending time in the outdoors with family, wine making and woodworking. He coaches youth basketball and is an active member in his church.
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”.
Travis Huffman, PTA, CEAS
Travis has worked for the past ten years in the Ste. Genevieve area in a variety of therapy settings including: inpatient, aquatics, outpatient, orthopedics and home health. He received his Physical Therapist Assistant degree from STLCC- Meramec in 2006. Travis was born and raised in Fredericktown, MO where he met his beautiful wife Kristen. He and his wife stay very busy raising their two daughters, Millie and Tess in Ste. Genevieve, where Kristen is an educator for the school district. Travis enjoys fishing, hunting, and pretty much anything outdoors with his family and friends. Travis’s schedule stays busy with his girls sporting activities (volleyball/softball), camping, playing music in the local band Crossroads, and playing co-ed volleyball. Some of Travis’s favorite things about working for Potential are “the true care and personal touches given to each patient, as well as the intentional people-first business model that Potential emanates.” He loves that therapy allows him the opportunity to contribute to the improvement of a person’s quality of life, whether it is helping someone get back to work, get back on the court/field, resume a hobby they love, or just be able to regain their independence.
Corena was born and raised in Farmington, MO. She married her husband, Guy in 2016. Between the two, they have 4 children including Alicia, Byron, Nick and Morgan. When not at work you will find Corena and Guy cooking in the backyard by the lake, camping or in a river somewhere. Corena came on staff with Potential in November of 2019 and has had her hands full keeping Taylor and Travis in line ever since.