Kevin Pallone, MPT
Originally from Niagara Falls, NY, holds a Master's degree from Temple University. He has been practicing Physical Therapy for more than 19 years in South Florida treating patients with a wide range of conditions in a variety of settings. He started his outpatient practice in 2004 with a plan to bring outpatient Physical Therapy services to patients home. Treating patients in their home is the most functional and practical setting and allows for very specific treatment plans with a personal one-on-one approach.
He has opened his first outpatient clinic in Boynton Beach in 2008 where he continued to follow his professional one-on-one approach to Physical Therapy. Recently he opened his second clinic and brought his one-on-one approach to Boca Raton at the Green Memory and Wellness Center at Florida Atlantic University.
He has also developed a functional golf program designed to assist golfers with improved strength, balance and flexibility, as well as playing as a tour professional in local South Florida events.
Kevin has served the Florida Physical Therapy Association (FPTA) Board of Directors, representing southeast Florida as the regional director as well as serving the southeast district as vice chair and director at large.
His dedication to patient care, the profession of physical therapy, and his staff is unparalleled.
Rhonda R. Meyer, DPT
Dr. Meyer has been practicing the professional of Physical Therapy for over 35 years. She is a graduate of Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York and earned her DPT at Simmons College in Boston, Massachusetts. Her career has spanned treatment in the areas of orthopedics, neurology, women's health, lymphedema and sports related injuries.
She has been an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association since 1979. During her career in Massachusetts she served on the Board of Allied Health Professions, a licensing agency for PT, OT and ATC's for 2 consecutive appointed terms. She has worked with a variety of Federal and State agencies in an effort to curb fraud in the physical therapy arena.
Susan Sagel received her masters in Physical Therapy from Nova Southeastern University in 2001. Also, a graduate of Florida Atlantic University with her BA in Health Administration in 1990 and a graduate of Boca Raton Institute in 1991 as a Licensed massage therapist. After working in the health administration field for several years, Susan embarked on the clinical aspect of therapy (manual therapy) and has loved it ever since. Through her years of practicing and continuing education programs, she received extensive training experience with the geriatric population, neurological, and orthopedic manual therapy treating a variety of dysfunctions of the musculoskeletal system. Susan is a member of the American Physical and the American Massage Therapy Associations. Susan has worked in the field of health services for over 20 years.