North Central Tucson


Mon-Thur: 7am-6pm | Fri: 7am-5pm


7601 N Oracle Rd Suite 101, Oro Valley, AZ 85704


(520) 293-5551


(520) 293-6638

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. Kathi and her 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.

  • Physical Therapy
    • Pre/Post-Surgical Rehabilitation
    • Acute Injury Management
    • Chronic Injury Management
  • Sports Physical Therapy
  • Pediatric Orthopedic Physical Therapy
  • Geriatric Physical Therapy
  • Workers’ Compensation
  • Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization
  • Spine Specialty
  • Trigger Point Dry Needling
  • Kinesio Taping
  • Vestibular Therapy

Our Team

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Education: University of Texas - Southwestern Medical School, University of North Texas

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Kathi has over 20 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 has a Bachelor’s of Science in Physical Therapy from University of Texas Southwestern Medical School and an undergraduate degree from University of North Texas in Kinesiology. Always looking to continue her skill set, Kathi is a certified Kinesio Taping Practitioner and also has experience with aqua therapy.

Outside of the clinic, Kathi enjoys time with her kid, Riley also known as P-nut.

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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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Education: Pennsylvania State University

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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.

He strives to give his patients an individualized treatment plan that’s 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-basilor cerebral vascular accident. Travis then realized he could provide value to the profession of physical therapy and help rehab patients back to their independence.

When Travis is not working, he spends time with his two children, wife and dog.

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Education: Western New Mexico University, Gateway Community College

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Holly has been a Physical Therapy Assistant for over 15 years. While in college at Western New Mexico University, 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’s of Science in Wellness and Movement Sciences in 2001.

After her time in New Mexico, she returned to Tucson and continued her education and graduated from Gateway Community College with her Associates in Physical Therapist Assisting. In addition to her degrees and experience, Holly is a certified Kinesiotape Practitioner with 10 years of experience and has 4 years of aquatic therapy proficiency. She is passionate about and enjoys practicing manual techniques, such as manual stretching, soft tissue massage, and Graston techniques.

When she isn’t working, Holly can be found on the baseball and softball fields around Tucson with her husband, Peter, and 2 kids, Ganon and Makenna.

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Education: California University of Pennsylvania

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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 both basketball and softball. Her athletics were a major influence into the Physical Therapy field. After high school, she decided to fully focus on her upcoming schooling/career as a Physical Therapist Assistant.

After graduating from CalU in May of 2019, she decided to make the 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 has a passion for visiting National Park, hiking, biking, and cheering on her Pittsburgh Steelers & UConn Huskies.

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