Dr. Sarah Elliott
I grew up in Oklahoma, went to Oklahoma State for undergrad with a degree in Nutritional Sciences, and to the University of Oklahoma for PT school. After graduating in May, I started working for Pivot’s Hope Mills, NC location. I really enjoy traveling, anything outdoors, OKC Thunder, and hanging out with my dog, Ace. Most interesting fact about me is that when I was 18, I was on a 250-person snorkeling ship in Mexico that sank in the middle of the ocean, in which I had to jump off and wait for rescue boats to come get us all.
Dr. Haley Harrell
I joined the Pivot Physical Therapy team in June 2015 at the Hope Mills location as a physical therapist, and am now serving as clinic director. I am a true NC girl as I grew up in High Point, NC and love all things southern/NC based. I attended undergrad at Appalachian State University in Boone, NC where I earned my bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science. I then moved to Durham, NC where I attended Duke University for PT school. I love watching most all sports, my favorite is college basketball and I am an avid Duke basketball fan, and yes, I’ve camped out for basketball tickets.
Dr. Jaclyn Harrigan
Jaclyn Harrigan is a Physical Therapist and Clinic Director at Pivot Physical Therapy-Falls Church. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training from Penn State and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Pittsburgh. She specializes in sports medicine, orthopedics and concussion rehabilitation. She is a Certified Myofascial Trigger Point Therapist, with comprehensive training in dry needling for orthopedic conditions. Jaclyn is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association and the National Athletic Training Association, as well as a supporter and advocate of the Foundation for Physical Therapy.
Dr. Hillary Lindsay
Hillary Lindsay, PT, DPT is from Warrenton, Virginia. She has a bachelor’s degree in Biology from Roanoke College and obtained her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Lynchburg College in 2013. She joined Pivot Physical Therapy (formerly Tidewater Physical Therapy) in December of 2015 after relocating with her boyfriend and dog to Richmond, VA from Roanoke, VA. Hillary enjoys treating a variety of orthopedic conditions with a special interest in ACL reconstructions and young athletes. She grew up playing a variety of sports including basketball, volleyball, and softball. Most recently, she has began playing tennis and running for exercise.
Dr. Rachel Johansen
Rachel Johansen joined the Pivot Physical Therapy team in January 2017 as clinic director and physical therapist at the Foxhall Square clinic in Washington DC. Rachel enjoys working with patients involved in sports but is very passionate about providing care for the aging population as well. Rachel attended Trinity University receiving her B.S. in biology in 2009. While playing for the university’s women’s soccer team, she tore her ACL and finally found her passion for physical therapy. She earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of New Mexico in 2014. She continues to enjoy playing soccer, traveling around the world, mountain biking, and spending quality time with family and friends.
Dr. Brian Shidemantle
Brian Shidemantle is a Northwest Pennsylvanian who spent his college years at the University of Pittsburgh. While there he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Rehabilitation Science and a Clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Upon graduation he located to Harrisonburg, Virginia where he spent the next three and half years growing as a clinician in a sizable, up-tempo outpatient clinic for Drayer Physical Therapy Institute. There he had the delight in assuring a positive experience and provided passionate care to children, high school and college athletes, active adults and older adults. He now resides in Pittsburgh with his wife and dog being closer to their families. Now with Pivot Physical Therapy and as the Clinic Director of his clinic, he seeks growth in leadership and enhancement of his clinical skillset to provide optimal patient care under all circumstances. When off the clock, Brian enjoys quality family time, all outdoor activities, volleyball, fishing and bird hunting with his dog.
Dr. Danielle Rowland
I am a Doctor of Physical Therapy (2010 graduate from ODU) and Clinical Director of the Suffolk clinic for Pivot Physical Therapy in Virginia. I enjoy working with the variety of patients that I see in our office, where I have worked for 6 1/2 years. I am also a Dressage rider, trainer, judge, as well as a certified Yoga instructor. I live in Suffolk with my Husband Brian Hinkey and our beloved dog Ella.
Dr. Ginger Titus
My name is Ginger Titus. I moved to the Eastern Shore of Maryland in 2013 after graduating with my Bachelors of Health Science and Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. Since graduating, I have worked for Pivot Physical Therapy at the Easton office as a staff physical therapist, and now also work as a staff physical therapist at the Cambridge office. I am a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and a certified clinical instructor. I love living on the Eastern Shore and have made a happy home here. Outside of work, I enjoy spending time with my husband and young son.
Dr. Jack Parry
Jack Parry graduated Lafayette College with a degree in biology 1985. United States Army Infantry officer 1985 – 1992. Worked part time as a PT aid from 1987-1989 at Hughston Sport Medicine Center, Columbus GA. Masters degree in Administration from Columbus College, Columbus GA 1989. Masters degree in Physical Therapy, Temple University 1992, Doctor degree in Physical Therapy, Temple University, 2005. Certified United states Army Master Fitness Trainer (CSCS equivalent). Certified Workers Comp Specialist. Owner, Parry PT Group, and Parry PT Services, Inc.
Dr. Michael McKenny
Michael McKenny is a physical therapist originally from York, NE. He graduated from Creighton University in Omaha, NE with a B.A. in History and obtained his Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Rockhurst University in Kansas City, MO. He began his career in Pittsburgh, PA in the outpatient setting and has been at the Lewes Pivot clinic since June 2016. He’s obtained certification in LSVT Big to treat people who have Parkinson’s disease. Michael has been an avid APTA member since 2012. Michael has been married since 2012 to his wonderful wife, Alysa, who he enjoys exploring the great outdoors with, running, reading, playing board games, and baking.
Dr. Bryan Press
Bryan Press, PT, DPT is a native of Hampton, Virginia and currently practices in the Richmond, Virginia area. He received his undergraduate degree in Health Sciences from Florida A&M University, and went on to receive his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Hampton University in 2013. He chose his profession because he sees it as an everyday practice that results in everyday rewards. He says, “the reward is watching my patient’s progress from dysfunction to reaching their goals while enjoying the process.” Bryan believes in treating each patient individually. He does this by keeping their own functional goals in mind while he provides them with daily education. He strives for his patients to be actively involved in their own rehabilitation to improve outcomes. Outside of treating patients, you will see that Bryan stays pretty active. He loves working out, playing basketball, and playing with his son. He also frequents Redskins and Wizards games in his spare time.