Katie Landes, M.P.T.

Owner/Founder of
Action Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation, PLLC.

"I enjoy serving the people in the same community that help raise me; my family, friends, church, teachers, and college professors. It is my pleasure to give back to them."

Bachelor of Exercise Science, Pre-Physical Therapy from Oklahoma Baptist University, 2000

Master of Physical Therapy from Oklahoma University Health Sciences Center, 2003

Katie has experience in long-term care, outpatient orthopedics, acute care, and home health. She has successfully owned and operated an outpatient clinic for the last 7 years. For the past 5 years, she has been fortunate enough to provide quality care to the very community that she has lived in for over 30 years. Other areas of expertise include vestibular rehab, and doctors often refer to her to take care of their patients with vertigo. She is involved in the community, serves in the college department of her church, and is an active member of the Lions Club. She and her husband Andy are also busy raising their two children who are 9 and 6. They enjoy being active supporters of the local athletic programs where Andy has been a coach for over 10 years.

Patricia Jones, R.P.T., A.T.C.

"My broad range of practice combined with my years of experience gives me the knowledge to best help my patients return to their optimal level of function."

Bachelor of Exercise Science from East Central University, 1993

Bachelor of Physical Therapy, Oklahoma University Health Sciences Center, 1995

Certified by the National Athletic Trainer's Association as an ATC (Certified Athletic Trainer). Patricia's experience in multiple treatment settings including acute care, inpatient rehab, outpatient and aquatic therapy has allowed Patricia to expand her knowledge and skills in the areas of orthopedics, manual therapy, craniosacral therapy, sports rehabilitation, spine injuries and overuse injuries. She is always focused on bringing her patients back to their optimal level of function. Time outside of work is spent with her husband raising their three children.

Christina Fleharty, P.T.

"Because of my athletic background, I enjoy working with both competitive athletes and weekend warriors."

Bachelor degree in Exercise Science and Athletic Training from Southwest Oklahoma State University, 2006

Master of Physical Therapy from Oklahoma University Health Sciences Center, 2010

Christina received her undergraduate degree at SWOSU majoring in athletic training where she played 3 years of collegiate softball. She then continued her education by completing her Master of Physical Therapy at OUHSC in 2010. Her areas of interest include not only sports, but post-surgical rehab and spine care programs. In her free time Christina enjoys spending time with her husband and Boston Terrier, as well as participating in a variety of recreational activities such as softball, scuba diving, and golf.

Jennifer Hilton, P.T.A.

"I strive to give my patients the same care and compassion that I would expect to receive. I'm thankful everyday that I am able to work in such a rewarding profession."

Associates Degree of English from Eastern Oklahoma State College, 1993

Associates Degree of Science in Physical Therapy from Carl Albert State College, 2000

Upon graduating 11 years ago, Jennifer went to work in an outpatient orthopedic setting and developed her skills working with all ages from pediatric to geriatric patients. She has also spent time working in long- term care. Recently, she completed a course on Myofascial Release and enjoys seeing the positive results it can bring about in her patients. Jennifer enjoys photography, literature, and traveling but is happy just spending time at home with husband TSgt Hilton (USAF Retired) and their daughter.

April Steele, P.T.A.

"I enjoy working with sports and orthopedic patients from Shawnee and the surrounding communities."

Associates degree in Physical Therapy Assistant from Oklahoma City Community College, 2009

April has been working in the outpatient orthopedic setting since June of 2008, first as an intern while attending school then as a full-time employee in May 2009, after graduating from OCCC with an associate’s degree in applied science. April enhances her skills in physical therapy through her pursuit of continuing education. She was voted “most likely to succeed” by her professors and fellow classmates which is why she has chosen to continue her career with Action Physical Therapy. Her broad smile will make you comfortable as you are on the path of recovery. April loves to spend time with her daughter, who recently graduated from high school, her family, friends, and her German shepherd, Achilles.

Heather Tapp, P.T.A.

"I feel that I have been blessed beyond measure and I want to be a blessing to others through this field of work. I find great enjoyment I helping others and in giving back to my community."

Associates Degree of Science from Seminole State College, 2007

Associates Degree in Physical Therapy Assistant from Oklahoma City Community College, 2012

Heather has been working in outpatient orthopedic setting since August of 2008, first as a physical therapy technician while attending school then as a full time PTA in August of 2012. She has experience with outpatient orthopedics, skilled nursing facilities, inpatient rehab, and acute care. Due to Heather’s athletic background, her areas of interest are sports rehab, post-surgical rehab, and wound care. Heather is working toward continuing her education and plans to return to school and achieve her Doctorate of Physical Therapy. Outside of work, Heather enjoys volunteering with different charitable organizations, spending time with family, friends, and her animals. She enjoys being active in church and participating in recreational activities such as tennis, running, hiking, and traveling.

Carley Anderson, P.T.A.

Bachelors Degree in Psychology/Pre-Med from Oral Roberts University

Associates Degree in Physical Therapy Assistant from Oklahoma City Community College, 2011

Born and raised in Oklahoma, Carley is actively involved in community both locally and abroad; serving in her local church, coaching kids at the YMCA, and traveling as a missionary to various 3rd world countries. Carley considers it a privilege to be a part of the Action team and is strongly committed to providing skilled and compassionate care.