North Tucson


Mon-Thur: 7:30am-5:30pm | Fri: 7:30am-2pm


7530 N. Oracle Rd., Suite 100 Tucson, AZ 85704





Our North Tucson physical therapy location is bustling with excitement, energy and passion for helping others. Mike and his team understand that starting physical therapy or hand therapy can be a bit intimidating, which is why they treat all patients like family. The team at North enjoys helping all patients offering physical therapy, hand therapy, LSVT BIIG, workers’ compensation specialty services and more. View their full list of specialty services below:

  • Physical Therapy
    • Pre/Post-Surgical Rehabilitation
    • Acute Injury Management
    • Chronic Injury Management
  • Hand Therapy
  • Sports Physical Therapy
  • Pediatric Orthopedic Physical Therapy
  • Geriatric Physical Therapy
  • Workers’ Compensation (WorkIMPACT)
  • Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization
  • Spine Specialty
  • Trigger Point Dry Needling
  • Kinesio Taping
  • Vestibular Therapy
  • Aetna
  • Ameriben
  • American PPO
  • America's Choice Provider Network (ACPN)
  • Ancillary Care Services (ACS)
  • Arizona Foundation for Medical Care
  • Assurant
  • Auto Insurance
  • Banner
  • BCBS Advantage
  • Beech Street Corporation
  • Benesight
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield Plans
  • ChampVA/Champus
  • Cigna (OON)
  • ClarisPointe
  • Equian/HIS
  • Evolutions Healthcare Systems
  • First Health/Conventry
  • Fortified Provider Network (FPN)
  • Freedom Life (PHCS)
  • Fremont
  • Galaxy Health Network
  • Global Medical Management
  • Golden Rule
  • Health Management Network (HMN)
  • Health Net of Arizona HMO/PPO
  • HealthSmart
  • Humana, Inc.
  • Independent Medical Systems
  • Integra Group
  • Integrated Health Plan (IHP)
  • Kemper
  • Liberty Mutual
  • Liens
  • Marriott Arizona
  • MCR Advantage Replacement
  • Medicare
  • Mercy Care/Mercy Care Advantage (AHCCCS)
  • Meritain
  • Mountain Health
  • MultiPlan/BCE
  • MVA
  • National Preferred Provider Network (NPPN)
  • One Consumers Health (AHCCCS)
  • One Health
  • Pacific Care PPO & HMO
  • Prime Health Services
  • Priority Care Solutions (PCS)
  • Private Healthcare Systems (PHCS)
  • Procura Management, Inc.
  • Provider Select, Inc.
  • Rockport Healthcare Group, Inc.
  • Rural AZ Network
  • Secure Horizons
  • The Reny Co.
  • Therapy Direct
  • Three Rivers Provider Network (TRPN)
  • TriCare (All Plans)
  • TriWest
  • UHC Charter
  • UHC Community Plans (AHCCCS)
  • UHC Compass
  • UHC Medicare Solutions
  • UHC Medicare Solutions West
  • UHC Navigate
  • UHC of Arizona
  • UHC Stratose
  • University of Arizona Health Plans
  • United Healthcare
  • USA Managed Care Organization
  • VAPC3 (Veteran's Admin)
  • Zenith

Our Team

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Mike Lee


Education: University of Arizona, Northern Arizona University

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Mike chose to go into physical therapy to help people return to their everyday activities, both big and small. He believes that physical therapy is one of the few professions where you are given the opportunity to make a difference in someone’s life.

As a Tucson Native, Mike attended the University of Arizona where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Health Science. He went on to receive his Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Northern Arizona University. With over 17 years of experience, Mike specializes in shoulder, elbow and hand rehabilitation. He re-certifies in hand therapy every five years and has been awarded the prestigious Petzoldt Award for innovation in research in hand therapy.

Outside of work, Mike enjoys exercising at the gym. He believes that as a physical therapist, it’s important to practice what you preach and understand that proper exercise helps guide people to maintain or achieve greater health. He also enjoys spending time with his wife and children.

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Cory Newman


Education: Virginia Tech, Duke University

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Cory makes a point of creating treatment routines that are individualized and treats the person, not the diagnosis. He looks at the patient as a whole and works to ensure they finish their session a better person in terms of movement and function, not just alleviating pain in one area.

His inspiration to become a physical therapist began his sophomore year of college when his grandfather suffered from a stroke. During this time, Cory observed the treatment the physical therapists were giving his grandfather and didn’t think they were treating him with enough attention or care. Although Cory was upset by the treatment his grandfather received, it awakened how important physical therapy was to him. It was during this trying time that he realized that physical therapy was his passion.

Cory has an outgoing and energetic personality and spends his time training for triathlons. He loves the challenge of mastering different disciplines. While he is not training and racing in triathlons with his wife, Cory enjoys cooking, hiking, canoeing and camping.

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Rachel Locke


Education: Barry University

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Rachel is a licensed occupational therapist who also has advanced training and received a Certification in Neuro-Developmental Treatment. She has experience rehabilitating stroke and traumatic brain injury patients. Rachel uses her extensive training in neurological disorders of the shoulder, elbow and hand to guide each patient to the best results with hands-on care and a patient centered approach. Her neurology experience brings a unique edge to our experienced hand therapy department.

Rachel’s interests outside the clinic include spending time with her husband and dogs, art, music, kayaking and hiking.

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Conor Isaacs


Education: Pima Medical Institute

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Conor was born and raised in Tucson, a true desert rat at heart. He loves to stay active by rock climbing, cycling, running, hiking, playing baseball – you name it. Conor was introduced to the PT world in 2010 when he volunteered at a Parkinson’s wellness recovery center (PWR!Gym) and immediately fell in love with it. He spent a year with the PWR!Gym until other obligations tore him away.

While working as a tech at another physical therapy company, a patient claimed Conor had ‘MIRACLE HANDS’ after simply applying an ice cube treatment to her shoulder, effectively alleviating her pain. Conor knew at that time that he wanted to provide that level of happiness/relief to as many people as possible. It was then that he decided to go to school to become a PTA.