Donna Bradley, LPTA
Donna is a licensed Physical Therapy Assistant in the Commonwealth of Virginia. She earned her Associates Degree in applied Science from Tidewater Community College in 1984. Donna is a graduate from the first program for Physical Therapy Assistants in this area. She comes to us with more than 30 years of experience as an LPTA.
Donna has worked many years with the geriatrics population in retirement facilities that offered many levels of care. She has more than 12 years of experiences working in comprehensive outpatient rehabilitation facilities and Assisted Living Centers.
Donna joined Dominion Physical Therapy in January of 2005.
Deborah Brown, LPTA
Deborah is a Licensed Physical Therapy Assistant in the state of Virginia. Deborah received her Bachelor of Arts Degree from Hampton University in Hampton, Virginia.
Deborah earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy Degree from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in St. Augustine Florida. She has experience in an outpatient hospital setting in addition to orthopedic outpatient facilities.
Deborah joined Dominion Physical Therapy February 2004.
Jennifer Dickey, LPTA
Jennifer is a licensed physical therapist assistant in the Commonwealth of Virginia. She is an army wife and mother of three who earned her associate of applied science of physical therapy at Medical Careers Institute in 2012. She has a background in physical fitness with previous experience instructing boot camp, kid fit and zumba fitness classes; with current certifications in personal training and kinesio-taping.
Jennifer started with Dominion Physical Therapy August 20, 2012.
Rasean Greene, LPTA
Rasean has been a Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant in the Commonwealth of Virginia as well as North Carolina since 1996. Resean’s educational background includes courses from many colleges and universities throughout Virginia. However, it was his love for human anatomy and its proper mechanics that resulted in him receiving his Associate’s Degree from Tidewater Community College. He is now continuing his matriculation through ODU in pursuit of the Doctorate of physical Therapy Degree.
Throughout his career, Rasean has been privileged to work with patients at various levels of their recovery as evidenced by his facilitation of treatment in the following settings. These settings include: pediatrics, inpatient, outpatient, skilled nursing facilities, correctional facilities, school systems, military clinics and home health.
Rasean is dedicated to providing the most effective and evidenced based treatments to his patients. He is aware of the importance of continuing education within the rehab setting, thus he has attended the following conferences and received additional certifications in the specialized techniques as noted below:
- Apophyseal and Growth Plate Injuries in Child Athletes
- ACL Injuries in Female Athletes
- Advanced Treatments of Knee and Shoulder Injuries
- Graston Technique (Soft Tissue Manipulation)
- Certified Weight Trainer
- Certified in Active Release Technique
Keith attended Kentucky State University on a Track scholarship as a pre-allied health major from 1984-1989. He also began lab research as a student under the National Institute of Health/ MBRS grant and was very active with Baptist Student Union as its editor and president. While he received academic honors as a Deans List recipient, he also completed a survey for Philosophy and Sociology studies, including a survey “Athletics and Religion – Are They Relatives”. Responses of the survey included elite collegiate, Olympic and professional athlete’s perspectives on the effect of religion in sportsmanship, mental toughness and athletic performance. Keith specializes in manual therapy and functional movement assessments which quickly restore efficient mobility while decreasing injury risks. He is also a Licensed Athletic Trainer, certified by the National Athletic Trainers Association.
Keith has expressed his passion of service by serving the Hampton Roads athletic community as a founding athletic trainer for a private catholic high school’s travel soccer club. Responding to one of the largest cultural shifts in athletics, at all levels, Keith has instituted concussion management with the ImPACT computerized system for high school athletes. As a credentialed clinical educator by the American Physical Therapy Association he has also started the first rehab internship for doctoral physical therapy students in one of the largest skilled nursing/retirement communities. Keith has obtained specialty training in dry needling from Myopain Seminars as a Certified Myofacial Trigger Point Therapist (CMTPT). Advanced Certification for Selective Functional Movement Assessment training course, to be completed in 2016.
Keith is presently active as a competitor with master level Track and Field, a program involving athletes 40 years of age and older. He was previously involved with collegiate/post-collegiate level professional development soccer league.
Keith has been married for 29 years, has two children and resides in Newport News.
Florida International University 1989 – 1993 BSPT
Damien Harvey, LPTA
Damien is a Licensed Physical Therapy Assistant in the Commonwealth of Virginia. He began his education at Norfolk State University where he received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Exercise Science and Biology. Damien also was able to continue his education at Tidewater Community College to pursue an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Physical Therapy.
When not providing patients with the best care using a wide range of treatments, Damien also volunteers with Norfolk Parks and Recreation as a youth basketball coach and mentors for at risk youth. He also gives back to his community as a philanthropist ensuring children receive summer activities at the park and back to school supplies to ensure proper educational materials are provided. Damien’s vision is to assist people with the right tools in order to succeed.
Marlon Jant, PT, DPT, CFT, CSCS
Dr. Jant is a 2011 graduate of the Old Dominion School of Physical Therapy in Norfolk, VA. Dr. Jant completed undergraduate studies at Averett University in Danville, VA obtaining a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Sports Medicine and Wellness. After completion of college, he completed the necessary work to become an ISSA Certified Fitness Instructor and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.
Dr. Jant teaches continuing education seminars nationwide for physical therapists, occupational therapists, and other health care professionals in kinesiology taping technique. He has provided volunteer community service as a trainer for Pop-Warner Football with the Portsmouth, VA Inner City Panthers. Since 2011, Dr. Jant has also spent time working in Skilled Nursing Facilities and in Home Health settings.
Dr. Jant joined the Dominion Physical Therapy team in January 2017.
Louise E. Jefferson, PT, DPT
Louise is a Licensed Physical Therapist in the Commonwealth of Virginia. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree, with honors, in Biology/Pre-Medicine from Elizabeth State University in May of 1996. Thereafter, she pursued her Master of Science degree in Physical Therapy from Old Dominion University and received it in August of 1999. Louise earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Arcadia University in January of 2017.
Louise has had experience in a variety of physical therapy settings including Pediatrics, School settings, Outpatient Orthopedics, Inpatient Rehabilitation, and Home Health Care.
Louise’s clinical affiliations were at the following sites: Riverside Regional Medical Center – Hospital Based/Acute Care, Riverside Rehabilitation Institute – rehabilitation/Inpatient facility, and Dianne D. Epplein & Associates, Inc., a Pediatric facility. She is a current member of the Tidewater Physical Therapy Association. She joined Dominion Physical Therapy & Associates, Inc. in January of 2000.
Louise is the Clinical Director of the Denbigh office. Her physical therapy intervention focuses on manual therapy skills, to include but not limited to, myofascial release, kinesiotaping, muscle energy techniques and joint mobilizations. These skills have been supported by a myriad of evidence-based instructional conferences that she has attended over the years. Louise’s occupational joy is for patient care to result in rehabilitative restoration and wellness, as well as developing amicable connections with the patients.
Louise is originally from the Netherlands, and is conversant in Dutch and German. She has been married for 13 years, and has 2 daughters and 1 son.
Gail B. Jones, LPTA
Gail is a Licensed Physical Therapy Assistant in the Commonwealth of Virginia. She earned an Associate degree from Tidewater Community College in Applied Science-Physical Therapy Assistant in 1994 and a Bachelor of Science degree from Alabama A & M University in Computer Science in 1985.
Gail is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, the Tidewater Chapter of Smart Set, and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She has been working for Dominion Physical Therapy since 1993.
Lori Norcross, LPTA
Lori is a Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant in the Commonwealth of Virginia. She earned her Associate’s Degree in Applied/Physical Therapist Assistant from Medical Careers Institute. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association.
Lori has had clinical experience in a variety of Physical Therapy settings including Outpatient, Skilled Nursing and Long Term Care Facility for Pediatrics. Her prior experience has been in the school system working with special needs children.
Lori joined Dominion Physical Therapy in May 2012.
Crystal Poteet, LPTA
Crystal is a Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant in the Commonwealth of Virginia, she earned her Associates of Applied Science/Physical Therapist Assistant from Medical Careers Institute in July of 2010. Crystal sat for her boards and was licensed on September 1st 2010 and began working as a LPTA with Dominion Physical Therapy shortly after. Since becoming a LPTA she has chosen to continue her education graduating with her Bachelors of Exercise Science from Old Dominion University in 2015 as well as a broad range PTA courses that focus on the application of advancing therapy techniques and treatments of Sacroiliac dysfunction, manual therapy techniques of the thoracic spine, the application of kinesiology taping & movement assessment strategies, evidence based strategies for treatment of joint replacements, and exercise programs for the frail elderly. Crystal is also a certified clinical instructor for PTA students and very active in educating the next generation of PTAs and continuing the growth of the field.
Monica Riggins, LPTA
Monica Riggins is a Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Monica received her Associates of Applied Science in Physical Therapy at the Medical Careers Institute in Newport News and her Bachelor of Science degree from Virginia Tech in Blacksburg. Monica also has certifications in Sacroiliac Mobilization and Functional Strength Training.
Monica’s clinical experience includes Skilled Nursing and Outpatient Physical Therapy. She became a member of the Dominion Physical Therapy team in May 2013.
Clarence Tucker, MPT
Clarence graduated from Moreno Valley High School in Moreno Valley, Ca with honors in 1991. He graduated from Norfolk State University with Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science and Kinesiotherapy in 1996 with honors. Graduated from Old Dominion University in 1999 with a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy and Biomechanics in 1999.
Mr. Tucker’s clinical expertise is in manual therapy. His past work history is as follows, clinical director and lead physical therapist at Dominion Physical Therapy’s Denbigh office from 1999-2004. Clinical Coordinator at The Transitional Care Center at Depaul Medical Center from 2004-2005. Co-Owner of Therapy-One Rehabilitation in Norfolk, Va from 2005-2008. Contract Physical therapist with Ambassador Rehabilitation and RehabCare from 2008-2012.Clinical Director and lead physical therapist for Dominion Physical Therapy’s south side locations presently.
Clarence is married and is a very active and a proud member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc. since 1994.
Carmen Villanueva, LPTA
Carmen is a Licensed Physical Therapy Assistant in the Commonwealth of Virginia. She is also a Licensed Physical Therapist in Puerto Rico and is currently working on her certification to practice as a physical therapist in Virginia.
Carmen earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy, graduating cum laude, from the University of Puerto Rico in 1976. She also holds an Associate degree in Applied Science-Physical Therapy Assistant from Tidewater Community College, graduating magna cum laude, in 1994. Carmen received the American Physical Therapy Association’s award for clinical excellence in 1994. She also holds a certification in Joint Mobilization Techniques from the Continuing Education Network, and is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association.
Carmen gained five years of clinical experience as a Licensed Physical Therapist in Puerto Rico working in both acute care and outpatient settings. She has worked at Dominion Physical Therapy since 1994. Carmen is bi-lingual, speaking both English and Spanish.
Danielle Webb, LPTA
Danielle is a Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant (LPTA). Her educational background consists of a Bachelor of Science from Virginia Commonwealth University in Health and Physical Education with a concentration in Exercise Science, and an Associate of Applied Science from Tidewater Community College for Physical Therapist Assistant. She has been with Dominion Physical therapy since 2015, and before joining us she worked as a traveling LPTA in skilled nursing facilities.