Physical and Occupational Therapists are essential in flattening the curve of the COVID-19 pandemic. They play a key role in keeping people they can help out of the doctor's offices and ER's. This will not only free up the medical teams to treat those impacted by COVID-19, but also limit the exposure of those seeking the care of the therapists.


Shayla Collie

Shayla received her Bachelor's degree in Exercise Sport Science in 2011 and went on to receive her Master's of Occupational Therapy in 2013, as well as her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2014 from University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences. She plans to specialize in orthopedic physical therapy following the completion of the Pine Street Orthopedic Residency Program in 2017 and sit for the Orthopedic Specialty Certification Exam in 2018. Rehabilitation has played a large role in Shayla's life throughout her high school and collegiate soccer career, which has led her in the direction of helping others with orthopedic conditions. In her spare time she enjoys running, yoga, camping/hiking and anything that will keep her active and outdoors.

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