Rachel is a licensed physical therapist with 20 years of clinical and management experience in home health, skilled nursing facilities, and outpatient settings. She is currently the owner and president of Botkin Rehab Services, LLC. She earned her advanced competency in home health in 2017 and authored an elective module on neurological rehab in the home for the course. She became board certified in neurological physical therapy in 2005. Rachel has been an adjunct faculty member at Clark State Community College, teaching neurological rehab to PTA students since 2008. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, home health, geriatrics, and neurological sections, where she serves on the home health practice committee and co-authored the home health toolbox for outcome measures.
Jonathan completed his geriatric residency experience with Botkin Rehab Services at The Ohio State University in 2022. His clinic experience included multiple settings of geriatric practice, including outpatient, acute care, and home healthcare. During his residency, he created and delivered a 6-hour continuing education course on best practices for the treatment of Parkinson's disease in rural Ohio. He also wrote a case study on the value of creativity and clinical problem-solving to overcome barriers in the complex older adult. He presented this case study at the 2022 OPTA Transform Conference in Columbus, Ohio. Jonathan values innovation, alternative thinking, and originality to enhance the delivery of physical therapy in older adults.
Lindsay Goodman, PT, DPT, GCS (she/her) has been practicing home health physical therapy in Columbus, OH, since 2009. She earned a BS in kinesiology from Arizona State University and a doctorate of physical therapy from The Ohio State University. She then went on to complete OSU's geriatric residency program and became a geriatric certified specialist. She cares deeply about improving the lives of older adults through movement and education. When Lindsay isn't seeing patients, she enjoys going on little adventures with her 2 kids and husband, exploring the Columbus fitness scene, crafting, caring for houseplants, traveling to warm places, baking, volunteering with the school, relaxing with her cats, and anything Disney.
Tim has been a Physical Therapist for 44 years and graduated from Mayo Clinic. His favorite thing about being a physical therapist is watching people have success.
Outside of work, Tim enjoys yard work, hunting, relaxing on the beach, and cooking.
Heidi has been a Physical Therapist Assistant for 23 years and graduated from the University of Cincinnati. She enjoys getting to know and help each patient and witnessing their improvements through physical therapy.
During her free time, you may see Heidi spending time with her family.
Maggie has been a Physical Therapist Assistant for 28 years and Graduated from COTC. Maggie loves helping people become more independent so they can stay in their homes.
Outside of work, she enjoys gardening, reading, and time with family and friends.
Barb has been a Physical Therapist Assistant for 30 years. She graduated from Miami Dade Community College. What she loves most about being a home health clinician is watching patients improve and taking them outdoors.
During her free time, she likes to travel and go swimming.
Marci, a Central Ohio Technical College alum, boasts 33 years of experience as a Physical Therapist Assistant. She relishes the opportunity to provide care to patients within the comfort of their homes, cherishing the extensive one-on-one interaction it enables. Marci derives immense satisfaction from assisting patients and their caregivers in achieving their desired goals for enhancing functionality and overall quality of life. In her leisure hours, she finds joy in quality family time and the company of her beloved dog. Marci's passion for travel primarily centers around visiting distant family members.
Katie has been an Occupational Therapist for 18 years. She graduated from the University of Pittsburgh. Katie feels the best part of being an OT is the joy that the patients have when they regain skills that they thought were lost forever.
Outside of work, Katie enjoys quality time with her family and friends!
Kathy has been an Occupational Therapist for 33 years and graduated from The Ohio State University. She believes the best thing about being an OT is every day is new.
Outside of work, Kathy enjoys traveling and swimming.