Meet the Therapy Staff

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Physical Therapy

Megan Krueger, PT – mkrueger@ursdayton.org

Occupational Therapy

Suzie Carmona, OTR/L- scarmona@ursdayton.org – ext. 151

Suzie is a registered occupational therapist and has 27 years of experience. She has worked at United Rehabilitation Services since September of 2006. Previously Suzie worked at CP Rochester in Rochester New York for 18 years. Suzie has worked with adults and children with both cognitive and physical impairments in a variety of settings including, schools, adapted work sites and homes.  Her passion for occupational therapy strives from the joy and excitement she receives seeing individuals reach their potential and personal goals. Suzie enjoys exploring adaptive equipment opportunities for patients to help them reach their highest level of functioning. Suzie has been married for 22 years and has two boys ages 19 and 16. Her oldest is pursuing a degree in occupational therapy. Her youngest, is a fiery red head with a passion for tennis.

Sara Gosser, OTD, OTR/Lsgosser@ursdayton.org – ext. 151

Sara is an occupational therapist and has been employed at URS since July 2014. She earned both her Bachelor of Science in Recreational Therapy and Doctorate of Occupational Therapy from the University of Toledo. Sara has clinical experience with the pediatric population in a variety of settings including hospitals, outpatient clinics, and the community. She is dedicated to assisting children improve their functioning through meaningful activities. In her spare time, Sara enjoys reading, staying active, and engaging in the expressive arts.

Gina Ley, OTR/Lgley@ursdayton.org – ext. 151

Speech Language Pathology

Katie Poock, MA, CCC-SLP- kpoock@ursdayton.org – ext 121

Katie is a speech language pathologist who began working at URS in July 2013. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Disorders from Bowling Green State University and her Master of Arts degree in Speech Language Pathology from The University of Akron. Katie has had experience working in a variety of settings, including hospital inpatient and outpatient, skilled nursing facilities, and home health. Katie is trained in the use of Vital Stim for dysphagia treatment and LSVT-LOUD for voice treatment. Katie is originally from northern Ohio and loves to go back and spend time on Lake Erie with family and friends during the summer. She also enjoys reading and cheering on her favorite teams – Detroit Red Wings, New England Patriots, and the Buckeyes!

Karlee Ferrier, MA/CCC-SLPkcyprych@ursdayton.org – ext. 123

Karlee is a speech-language pathologist who began working at URS in January 2013. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Hearing, Speech and Language Sciences from Ohio University and her Master of Arts in Speech Language Pathology from the University of Cincinnati. Karlee has experience with all ages from infants to adults. She also has experience in a variety of different clinical settings including acute care, inpatient rehabilitation, schools, outpatient, home health and long term care. She is Vital Stim certified and is passionate about remediating the speech/language and feeding/swallowing needs of children and adults with a variety of disorders. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, hiking, and spending time with her family.

Bernice Davis, MS, CCC-SLPbdavis@ursdayton.org – ext. 124

Bernice is a speech-language pathologist. She began working at URS in June, 2016. Originally from Baltimore, Maryland, she has over 17 years of experience providing speech-language therapy services to the pediatric population. Having graduated from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida with a Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology, she has provided speech therapy in a multitude of settings throughout her career including schools, specialized settings, and outpatient clinics. These diverse settings have given her the opportunity to utilize her skills and treat children with a variety of disorders and delays.  She is dedicated to providing the highest quality of speech-language therapy services as well as to working with clients and their families to improve the client’s quality of life. When Bernice is not at URS she enjoys spending time with her husband and teenage daughter.

 

Clinical Support

Renee Delventhal rdelventhal@ursdayton.org – ext.125

Renee is responsible for clinical billing.  She has three dogs, Sedona, Sadie and Avery that love to play outdoors. Renee was born in Yakima, Washington and grew up in Lindenhurst, Illinois.  She attended Southern Illinois University and served in the military.   Renee has two brothers and two sisters, all scattered around the Midwest.  She also has 11 nieces and nephews.  She enjoys the chance to spend time with her family at reunions, graduations and birthdays.

Patti Manningpmanning@ursdayton.org – ext. 109

Patti is a clinical support specialist and has been at URS since March 2012.  She was raised in Indiana and attended Indiana University. Patti has lived in Huber Heights for the last 27 years. She has 4 children, 2 boys and 2 girls and 5 grandchildren, 4 boys and 1 girl. Patti’s primary hobby is spending time with her family, especially on the weekends.  She also always carries a book with her and enjoys all types of music.

Beverly Grossnicklebgrossnickle@ursdayton.org – ext. 131

Bev lives in Piqua with her husband.  She has 2 children, a son and a daughter and 2 grandchildren.  She has been with URS since 2013. In her free time she enjoys spending time with friends and family, traveling and making jewelry.