Our North Central Tucson clinic is committed to providing a positive, energetic and healing environment that gets you back to the activities that you love. Travis and his team have a vast array of experience and enjoy helping the Tucson community through personalized, hands-on physical therapy. Our North Central location boasts an open floor plan and is conveniently located at the corner of Oracle and Suffolk in the National Bank building.
"Kathi and Holly are amazing to work with. They understand the physical demanding nature of firefighting and push me to new levels each session. I had requested Kathi as my PT for 3 separate injuries and have referred many others to them. The stellar care and recovery I've gotten each time will keep me coming if I ever need to again."
"ProActive Physical Therapy put me back on my feet! I came to the therapist with a lot of pain in my foot and lower leg. Throughout the treatments I gradually got back to my former active self. I can't thank Kathi, Holly and the gang enough. Now I can go on and do what I need to without any pain or restriction."
"I am a two time client of ProActive Physical Therapy. 2016 left total knee, 2017 right total knee. Without the coaching and guidance of the staff at ProActive, I know that I would not have achieved the range of motion nor the degree of bend in either knee. What doesn't get measured doesn't get done! A motto I have to live by!
Thanks ProActive for continuing to raise my bar."
Travis, PT, DPT, Cert. DN
Education: Pennsylvania State University, Mount Saint Mary's University Los Angeles (MSMU)
Travis has been an athlete/musician for the majority of his life. He has played soccer and rugby since he was a kid and has seen his fair share of injuries. With that being said, he has been familiar with physical therapy and the role it plays in both prevention and recovery. Travis strives to give his patients an individualized treatment plan necessary for optimal recovery. He has a well-rounded background in outpatient orthopedics and neuromuscular rehabilitation. His inspiration derives from his time at The Pennsylvania State University. At PSU, he observed the physical therapy treatment of a friend who suffered from a vertebral-basilar cerebral vascular accident. Travis then realized he could provide value to the physical therapy profession and help rehab patients back to their independence.
Education: University of Texas - Southwestern Medical School, University of North Texas
Kathi has over 30 years of physical therapy experience, 7 of which were spent as the Director of Rehabilitation at the University of North Texas in the Athletic Department, where she worked with the travel football and women’s basketball teams. Kathi is a certified Kinesio Taping Practitioner and also has experience with aqua therapy.
Alicia Vallejos, PT, DPT
Education: Arizona State University, University of North Texas Health Science Center
Alicia grew up playing basketball and running track. Her strong interests in her hobbies and in fitness lead her to choose physical therapy as a profession. Alicia has a strong passion for helping people return to their daily activities and heal through movement. Alicia strives to constantly keep learning and growing her skillset to provide the best care for her patients. In her spare time, she loves to spend time with friends and family, exercise, and travel.
Education: Western New Mexico University, Gateway Community College
Holly has been a Physical Therapy Assistant for over 15 years. While at Western New Mexico University college, she played softball and was an all-American softball pitcher. When she wasn’t on the field, she was in the athletic training room taking care of her fellow athletes. Holly received her Bachelor of Science in Wellness and Movement Sciences in 2001. After her time in New Mexico, she returned to Tucson, continued her education, and graduated from Gateway Community College with her Associate in Physical Therapist Assisting. In addition to her degrees and experience, Holly is a certified Kinesiotape Practitioner with ten years of experience and has four years of aquatic therapy proficiency. She is passionate about and enjoys practicing manual techniques, such as manual stretching, soft tissue massage, and Graston techniques.
Education: California University of Pennsylvania
Morgan was inspired to work in the Physical Therapy field after her junior year of high school at Rockwood Area School District, located in Somerset, PA. While at Rockwood, Morgan played basketball and softball, and her athletics significantly influenced the Physical Therapy field. After high school, she decided to entirely focus on her upcoming schooling/career as a Physical Therapist Assistant. After graduating from CalU in May of 2019, she decided to move from Pennsylvania to Arizona to begin her career with ProActive. Morgan was driven to this side of the country due to her love for traveling. She is passionate about visiting National Park, hiking, biking, and cheering on her Pittsburgh Steelers & UConn Huskies.