In Motion Therapy Staff

Hand Therapy


In Motion Therapy Gary Krabbe

Gary Krabbe, OTR, CHT
After graduating from Colorado State University, in 1989, with a degree in Occupational Therapy and a minor in Anatomy, Gary and his wife, Maryann, headed west to Oregon. There he worked at Oregon Health Sciences Medical University, specializing, and training in hand rehabilitation. Longing to return to his home state Gary and his young, growing family moved to Colorado Springs where he worked for Rose Rehabilitation Center as a hand therapist. In 1994 a move to Montrose CO, where Gary is a fourth generation native, opened the door for a new adventure and the beginning of In Motion Therapy. In Motion Therapy has experienced wonderful growth throughout the years, but the biggest leap forward came in 2006 with the building of the current clinic, occupying 10,000 sq/ft. in the Black Canyon Surgical Center building. In Motion Therapy has evolved into the premier sports medicine, physical therapy and hand rehabilitation center in Western Colorado. Gary is extremely proud of his wonderful co-workers and their shared pride in offering the best care available. Gary is humbled by the support and trust the local medical providers have placed with In Motion Therapy. With over 106 referring physicians, patients can trust they are in excellent hands. Gary often states “funny thing about therapy is that return business is not always a measure of success, the better we are, the less time people spend in therapy.”

Sue Scranton In Motion TherapySue Scranton, OTR, CHT
Sue Scranton was born and raised in New Jersey. Sue received a degree in Occupational Therapy at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Connecticut. She practiced Occupational Therapy in small private hospitals as well as a regional trauma center in New Jersey for nine years. Sue became a Certified Hand Therapist in May 2011. Sue married Brian, a fellow avid skier and outdoors man in 2003, and shortly thereafter moved to Ridgway, Colorado after a life-changing ski trip to Telluride. They continue to reside in Ridgway with their daughter Sophia.





Amy Hanley,In Motion Therapy Amy Hanley OTR, CHT
Amy Hanley graduated from the Occupational Therapy program at KU medical center in 1993. Her first job as a therapist was in Milwaukee at an industrial medicine clinic, providing hand therapy, work hardening and work site evaluations. After two very cold winters, she returned to the town she grew up in, Montrose CO. She met her husband, Rich, shortly after moving here. Amy and Rich have three daughters, Alex, Jackie and Tatum. She has enjoyed providing a variety of Occupational Therapy services in Montrose with specializations in low vision and orthopedic upper extremity.

While not at work she is busy advancing the odometer on the family minivan, shuttling her girls to sports practices and competitions. She enjoys staying in shape by working on her rope climbs, double unders and overhead squats (to name a few) at the Crossfit Agoge gym. When time allows, Amy enjoys the mountains by camping, skiing, hiking and mountain biking.


Kari Reddin, OTR

Kari’s medical career started in high school where she patrolled on National Ski Patrol. After graduating high school, she immediately entered the US Army to “go see the world”. This led her to Killeen, Texas where she discovered her passion for Occupational Therapy. Kari graduated as an Occupational Therapy Assistant from Austin Community College in 2004. As a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant, she worked in several settings such as acute rehabilitation, pediatric therapy, a traumatic brain injury unit for wounded warriors and skilled nursing. However, Kari never felt at home in Texas. Shortly after the birth of her oldest daughter, Sabriel, she moved back home to Montrose, where she had spent many summers with her grandparents. The move led to meeting Kevin, who she married September 2015. Kari continued her therapy career by obtaining a Masters of Occupational Therapy from Texas Woman’s University in 2015. After graduating, she had her daughter Nayelli. Now the family of four enjoys spending time in the great space of Colorado. Fishing, camping, hunting and rock-hounding are a must for this outdoors family.


Physical Therapy


Teresa Bailey In Motion TherapyTeresa Bailey, MSPT, AT, Clinic Manager
“Okay, good job, but I think you can do at least two more.” Walk into In Motion Therapy, and you’ll likely hear Teresa saying this throughout the day to her clients. She encourages each client to do their best with their rehab exercises so they can quickly enjoy a good recovery. Teresa began her career in Sports medicine as an Athletic Trainer for the University of Denver. She earned a master’s degree in Sports Sciences at DU and a second master’s degree in Physical Therapy from the University Of Colorado Health Science Center in 1995. She has years of experience keeping athletes of all ages “in the game.” Teresa brought this expertise to Montrose in 1998 and has been integral in developing the Athletic Training program at Montrose High School. Outside of work, she loves to travel, hike, ski and bike with her husband Philip and their two children Teagan and Tessa.



Kristin Tea, DPT

Kristin was born and raised in Minnetonka, Minnesota and where she attended St. Olaf College and graduated with a BA in Biology. At St. Olaf she excelled at downhill skiing and was a member of the women’s soccer team, sparking her interest in Physical Therapy. She went on to obtain her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Franklin Pierce University in 2013. Kristin previously was a Traveling Physical Therapist prior to moving to Montrose, CO and specializes in dry needling, orthopedic and sports physical therapy. In her free time Kristin loves to run, mountain bike, ski and travel with her husband and golden retriever.


Bob Hunt In Motion Therapy

Bob Hunt, PT
Bob graduated as a PT from the University of Iowa in 1976, and has been practicing in Montrose CO since 1988. He worked 7 years at Montrose Memorial Hospital, then spent 14 years working at the two nursing homes in town before landing his dream job at In Motion Therapy. He has always enjoyed working with outpatients, specializing in orthopedics as well as assessing and treating vertigo and vestibular problems. Most recently, he received education in frequency specific micro- current. This he finds to be quite useful in treating patients with pain, scar tissue and circulatory problems. Bob and his wife have two grown sons who are married, and have three loving grandchildren. He and his wife enjoy hiking and sightseeing and are heavily involved in their church. Bob also enjoys working with his hands, restoring antique furniture, re-modeling their home and other do-it-yourself projects. When he finds time, he also likes to play his trumpet.


SONY DSCTroy Grignon, DPT

Troy Grignon was born in Maryland, but shortly thereafter moved overseas to Germany. After 8 years, his family settled down in Fairfax, VA. He received a B.S. degree in Information Technology from Virginia Tech. He worked in the field of IT for a couple of years before transitioning into Sports Marketing and eventually into the Health and Wellness industry. In 2010 he began the Doctor of Physical Therapy program at the University of Vermont . In May of 2013, Troy graduated with his DPT degree and is excited to join the team at In Motion Therapy. Outside of the clinic Troy enjoys pursuits of the active variety – running, hiking, biking, skiing, and snowboarding.



SONY DSCChip Martin, PT (Delta Office)

Chip was born and raised in Alabama (Roll Tide!). After completing his Master’s degree in exercise physiology at the University of Tennessee, he lived in Denver and worked at the YMCA of Denver. Later, he completed his physical therapy degree in Chattanooga, Tennessee. After working at a hospital and outpatient setting in Alabama for about 7 years, Chip and his family found their way back to Colorado in 2008. He has recently been working with Home Health but is excited to be back in the outpatient setting. Chip also ministers at a local Montrose church. During his free time, Chip enjoys biking, hiking, and camping with his family in the great Colorado outdoors.




Laura Timmerman, PT, DPT, OCS

Laura was born and raised in Iowa, where she also completed her undergrad and Doctorate of Physical Therapy at St. Ambrose University. She completed a clinical during PT school at In Motion several years ago, and liked it so much, she decided to come back! Laura completed an orthopedic residency program to become an Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist. She really enjoys treating runners, but would love to see you for any other muscle or joint pain as well. Laura and her husband love all outdoor activities like running, hiking, backpacking, skiing and snowshoeing. They don’t have kids yet, but have one cat (Lena) and a labradoodle (Loki) that they spoil like crazy.



Ryan Williams, PT, DPT

Raised in Alaska, Dr. Ryan Williams attended the University of Western Colorado on a Football scholarship before receiving his Bachelor’s degree in Natural Science from the University of Alaska Anchorage. After graduating, he attended the University of Saint Augustine due to its superior reputation in manual therapy, orthopedics and manipulation. He graduated with his Doctorate in Physical Therapy, specializing his skills in high velocity low amplitude thrust techniques, Biomedical Dry Needling, and orthopedic manual therapy.

Dr. Williams lives by the mantra that a rolling stone gathers no moss. He has actively competed in football, wrestling, basketball, snowboarding and crossfit. While imploring this active life style Dr. Williams has many personal experiences with injury, including a 3rd degree elbow dislocation and fractured wrist. Ryan’s aggressive athletic career and his personal battles with injury have lead him to implement his true passion of doing for others. Dr. Williams spends his leisurely time enjoying the outdoors with his lovely wife Desiree and son Carter.


Mary Genser In Motion TherapyMary Genser, PTA, CPI
Mary is a Physical Therapist Assistant and certified Pilates instructor. She enjoys the blend of physical therapy and Pilates and thinks the two compliment each other well. Mary believes it is important that exercise should be performed correctly, without substitution patterns. As one instructor told her… “perfect practice makes perfect”.
Mary and her husband Carter enjoy spending time outdoors. Their favorite vacation involves hiking the trails around the Grand Canyon.





Cory Meaker

Cory Meaker, PTA
Cory was born and raised right here in Montrose. He and his wife Sherry have two children, Ben and Avery. When he is not trying to keep up with the little munchkins, Cory enjoys running and exploring all that this beautiful area has to offer. Cory’s background is in endurance athletics and we are happy to have him with us as a physical therapy assistant.





Sports Medicine

juliaJulia Spellman, ATC, LAT, ITAT
Julia was born in Green Bay Wisconsin and grew up on Lake Michigan in Door County. Julia graduated for the University of Wisconsin La Crosse with a Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training. She equally loves spending time on the lake and in the mountains, although she doesn’t miss the 4 feet of snow and 40 below weather from the Midwest. She has a passion for art and dance, but always will be up for an adventure out in beautiful Colorado! Julia is a diehard Packers fan, and we are very happy and excited to have Julia on our In Motion Therapy Team!





Tylar Lanning, ATC

Tylar graduated from Colorado Mesa University with a B.S. in Athletic Training and a Certificate for Emergency Medical Technician. He is excited to be a part of the building process of the athletic training program at Olathe High School. While he is not working, he enjoys fitness, sports and spending time with family.



Speech Therapy

SONY DSCKimry Gemmell, SLP

Kimry Gemmell graduated with her Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Loma Linda University in Southern California in 1998. Although she loved working at Loma Linda University Medical Center and teaching undergraduate courses in Communication Disorders at Loma Linda University, she missed the snow and the mountains. In 2006 Kimry and her husband, David moved “home” to Montrose. Kimry specializes in Neurogenic communication, cognitive and swallowing disorders. She has a passion for helping people regain their skills and develop new ones- whatever it takes to help people be at their best. Kimry remains Clinical Faculty for Loma Linda University by supervising and mentoring Graduate students during their field practicums. When not providing therapy, she assists her husband in his business and enjoys traveling and taking advantage of the Colorado outdoors! Kimry is excited to join In Motion Therapy and build their new Speech Therapy program!


Tech Staff

Jenese Sizemore

Jenese was born and raised here in Montrose. She enjoys spending time with family, especially her niece and nephew. She also has a love for the outdoors, hiking, camping, hunting and photography. Jenese has a passion for helping others and feels that being a part of the In Motion team is a wonderful place to do so.


Dustin Boyd (Delta Office)

Dustin Boyd was raised right here in Montrose where he played football for and graduated from Montrose High School. He enjoys fly fishing, hiking and being active. His love for the outdoors and exercise led him to attend college in Idaho where he received a B.S. degree in Exercise Physiology in 2015. Dustin has a passion for the human body and is pursuing a career in Physical Therapy. He is very excited to be a part of the team that shares his love for therapy and the great state of Colorado.



Teagan Bailey

Teagan was born and raised in Montrose, CO. He is a sophomore at Montrose High School. in his free time he enjoys hunting and playing video games. He hopes to go to college after high school and “get a job somewhere in the computer programming field”. Oh, and to one day own a Lamborghini!




Office Staff


Erin Maness
Erin was raised in Montana and attended Montana State Univeristy. She Moved to Montrose in 2007 with her husband, Warren, and their two children, Emily and Drew. She considers it a blessing to live in such a beautiful place and enjoys spending time outdoors camping, hiking, biking and skiing. She loves all things “artsy” and especially enjoys singing. She considers it an amazing opportunity to be part of the In Motion family and work alongside the exceptional individuals that makes this facility great!




SONY DSCVanessa Hughes
Vanessa was born and raised in Northglenn, Colorado. She and her husband Brad moved to Montrose in 1993. Vanessa has 2 sons Wyatt and Quinn that keep her busy with all types of sports, skiing and outdoor activities. Vanessa has over 15 years of experience in the field of medical billing. She is a people person that enjoys the interaction with patients and is proud to be a member of the In Motion Therapy team.




Tammie Hutchinson

Tammie is a Colorado Native that was born in Denver. She has spent most of her life on the Front Range. She moved to Montrose in 2005 with her husband. They enjoy spending time with their three horses & dog in the beautiful western slope mountains. They have 4 children (two on the Front Range, one in Philadelphia & one in Rochester, NY) & three Granddaughters. Tammie has worked in the medical field for the past 12 years enjoying the interaction with patients & medical personnel. She joined our team here at In Motion Therapy in March 2017 as a front office coordinator. She is a firm believer in physical therapy as she has been treated twice (once for a broken wrist & a second time for a badly sprained ankle) & now has full mobility after therapy for both injuries.




Stacey Paterniti
Stacey was born and raised here and graduated from Montrose High School in 2003. She attended Mesa State College and earned her degree as a Legal Secretary. With 10 years of administrative and billing experience, Stacey is assisting the front desk as well as the billing department. After several moves in and out of the state, she and her husband, Jacob, discovered a hidden love for the Western Slope Mountains and moved back in 2016. She has a special passion for teaching after having the opportunity to homeschool their son, Gabriel. She enjoys anything with her family and friends, cooking/cake decorating, animals, Colorado, fishing and gardening, and she is an avid Denver Broncos and Colorado Rockies fan! Stacey is especially honored for the opportunity to be part of the In Motion team!


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