This is what every physical therapy experience is supposed to be. Hands-on. Intelligent. Caring.
PT Central has the greatest therapists! The staff is kind, welcoming, and thoughtful. I wouldn’t go anywhere else.
If you’re looking for someone caring to help get you back to normal… you must come to PT Central.
I will always come to PT Central. If I could, I would rate it more than 5 Stars. These people deserve a higher rating.
This is the best experience I’ve ever had. They’re extremely knowledgeable and truly care about helping people.
Meet the Staff
RaeAnn is a Newcastle native and graduated from Newcastle High School in 1996. She earned her Masters of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Oklahoma in 2002. She was selected to be a Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society member, indicating she graduated in the top 10% of her class.
In 2005, RaeAnn opened Physical Therapy Central of Newcastle while pursuing her doctorate degree. In March of 2007, she graduated with her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Arizona Health Sciences Center. Her final Doctorate work was onEvaluation and Treatment of Acetabular Labral Pathology of the Hip.
RaeAnn has been an active Oklahoma Physical Therapy Association and American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) member since 1999. In 2007, she became an APTA Certified Clinical Instructor and in 2006 was awarded Clinical Instructor of the Year from the University of Oklahoma physical therapy school.
Her special areas of interest include orthopedics, advanced sports rehabilitation, spinal dysfunction, and manual therapy. She has extensive training in muscle energy techniques and joint mobilization of the spine. RaeAnn’s post-graduate course work has been primarily orthopedic based to include ACL rehab and injury prevention as well as evaluation and treatment of shoulder pathology.
RaeAnn enjoys cycling, traveling, and playing golf. However, she mostly enjoys spending time with her new son Lucas.
Emily was born and raised in Newcastle, OK. She grew up with a passion for sports, playing basketball and soccer. She graduated from Newcastle High School in 2005, and went on to Oklahoma State University. There, she received her Bachelor’s in Athletic Trainer, and worked with every sport at Oklahoma State as a student athletic trainer, graduating in 2009. Emily then went on to graduate with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Oklahoma in May 2012.
While in Physical Therapy school, Emily was a member of the Student Physical Therapy Association and served as Vice-President of the SPTA. She was also awarded the Elam-Plowman Scholarship for Excellence in Musculoskeletal Physical Therapy two years in a row. Emily was the Oklahoma Physical Therapy Association Student of the Year in 2012.
Emily is active in several professional organizations: Oklahoma Athletic Trainers’ Association, Oklahoma Physical Therapy Association, National Athletic Trainers’ Association, and American Physical Therapy Association.
Her special interests include prevention and rehabilitation of sports injuries, orthopedics, sports conditioning, and manual therapy. In 2015, Emily became a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist through the American Physical Therapy Association.
Emily enjoys spending time with family and friends, playing with her dog Rocky, attending OSU sporting events, traveling, reading, and spending time outdoors, fishing and camping.
Kalie was born and raised in southwest Oklahoma City, where she graduated from Westmoore High School. After graduating, she attended the University of Oklahoma, obtaining a degree in Health and Exercise Science with honors. While pursuing her Bachelor’s degree, Kalie worked as a physical therapy technician at Physical Therapy Central of Newcastle. During her days as a technician, Kalie learned valuable skills that set the path for her career as a physical therapist.
Kalie earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in 2014. She is an active member in APTA as well as OPTA. Kalie began her physical therapy career working in a rehabilitation hospital where she gained extensive experience in treating people with a wide variety of diagnoses, including: neurological impairments, limb loss, deconditioning, orthopaedic injuries, and transplants. Kalie’s areas of interest include working with people with chronic conditions such as autoimmune disorders and diabetes. Kalie hopes to obtain a certification in treating special populations through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Additionally, Kalie plans to complete the Evidence in Motion residency program and obtain her Orthopaedic Board Certification through the American Physical Therapy Association in her upcoming years at PTC.
Kalie enjoys spending time with her family and friends, traveling, photography, listening to all kinds of music, going to concerts, and exercising. She also has a precious fur baby named Ziggy. He’s a crock pot full of sass but adores everyone.
Paige is a Newcastle High School alumni, graduating in 2010. During her high school career she played several sports, mainly focusing on basketball. Paige played on a traveling team and spent her summers traveling with her father around the United States.
As an undergraduate, Paige attended the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, where she was the point guard for the Lady Drover basketball team. She is one of three women at USAO to score 1000+ points for her basketball career. Paige went on to graduate with honors in 2014 with her Bachelors of Science in Biology and Pre-Med with Chemistry and Liberal Arts minors.
Paige went on to complete her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree in June of 2017 at South College in Knoxville, Tennessee. During her time studying in Knoxville, she participated in ‘STAND: The Haiti Project’ collecting supplies and donations to support the establishment of permanent access to orthopaedic and rehabilitation services throughout the country of Haiti. Paige has been a member of the APTA and OPTA since 2015 and plans to pursue board certification in orthopedic physical therapy through a residency program with Evidence in Motion.
Paige currently lives in Newcastle with her husband, Chance, and little girl, Blakely. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, attending sporting events, working out, and eating anything that contains carbs. She is excited to be home at PTC of Newcastle.
Steven was raised in Newcastle, Oklahoma. He participated in football, track, and powerlifting for the Racers. After needing PT for labral tears in each shoulder due to football injuries, Steven chose to pursue a career in physical therapy upon graduating from Newcastle High School in 2007.
Steven attended Oklahoma City Community College for two years following high school, then transferred to the University of Oklahoma, where he received his Bachelor of Science in Health and Exercise Science in 2013. Steven then graduated from the University of Oklahoma Health Science Center with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree in 2017. While in physical therapy school, Steven completed internships with Physical Therapy Central of Chickasha, Norman Regional Healthplex, Norman Regional Physical Performance Center, and Ben Hogan Sports Medicine of Keller, Texas. These clinical experiences provided an excellent background in orthopaedics, geriatrics, and sports medicine and allowed him to work with a variety of people with different backgrounds and conditions.
Steven is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and Oklahoma Physical Therapy Association (OPTA). His clinical interests include sports rehab, orthopedics, geriatrics, manual therapy, neuromuscular reeducation, injury prevention and screening of movement disorders. Steven is very excited and passionate about serving his hometown community and the surrounding Tri-City area. He is currently in the process of pursuing his Manual Physical Therapy Certification through Evidence in Motion and will also pursue a board certification as an orthopaedic clinical specialist afterwards. In his free time, Steven enjoys spending time with friends and family, lifting weights, and watching OU athletics. He is excited to get back to where he calls home at PTC of Newcastle.