Mesa Physical Therapists
Our Mesa Physical Therapists offer one-on-one therapist to patient contact throughout the treatment process with our patients. By offering direct interaction with the same therapist throughout the patient’s treatment process, we are able to provide continuity to our patients’ treatment plans.
Noah Arenson, Physical Therapist
Noah earned his Master’s degree at Northern Arizona University’s Physical Therapy program and has been practicing in the Valley since 1997. He has worked in many rehabilitation environments including neurologic, aquatic, and has focused on outpatient orthopedic care. Noah was named Mesa General Hospital’s “Employee of the Year” in 1999. He enjoys working with spine and joint patients and focusing on restoring functional mobility and strength while always incorporating patient education. An Arizona native, he lives in Chandler with his wife and three young sons.
Dallas has been a practicing outpatient therapist in the East Valley since 1994 and has worked with a wide-variety of orthopedic, neurologic, and vestibular rehab patients. A hands-on clinician, he is an effective manual therapist who uses progressive therapeutic exercise programs to help patients attain their individualized goals. He lives in Tempe with his wife and two young sons.
Tammy Roehling, Physical Therapist
Tammy graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from University of Arizona. She went on to receive her Master of Physical Therapy from Emory University and her Doctor of Physical Therapy from A.T. Still University. Tammy is currently pursuing her Ph.D. degree. Tammy has worked in the Valley since 1998 with specialties in wound management and pelvic floor dysfunction. Tammy is currently full-time faculty at A.T. Still University but continues her passion of treating individuals with pelvic pain and incontinence on a part-time basis at Contact-Mesa.
Tammy is a Medicare provider and also accepts self-pay patients. Please contact our Mesa office for any further questions regarding physical therapy for incontinence or pelvic pain.
Sheri Kempke, Physical Therapist
Sheri graduated from the University of Minnesota with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy. She has worked in the field of physical therapy for over 30 years, working in a variety of settings including acute care, home health, extended care, schools, and outpatient clinics. Over the years, she has stayed active in the profession through numerous continuing education courses, ranging in topic from pediatrics to geriatrics, stroke rehabilitation to bodywork courses. She specializes in chronic pain and abdominal and gastric issues. She is Neuro-Developmental Treatment certified. She resides in Gilbert with her husband and two adult children; she is active in the East Valley Celiac support group and enjoys many hobbies and activities.