OUR SHERIDAN STAFF
Sheridan Physical Therapy has been providing exceptional care to our community for over 20 years. Our skilled physical, occupational and speech therapists offer a broad and deep range of experience. The individual history of our staff has enabled us to develop many areas of exceptional specialty.
Kent Sherwood, MSPT
Kent graduated from high school in Elko, Nevada and attended the University of Nevada in Reno where he received his bachelor in science in pre-physical therapy. He earned his master’s degree in Physical Therapy at Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon in 1995. Kent and his wife Kati founded Sheridan Physical Therapy in 1995. They opened an outpatient sister clinic in Buffalo WY in 2004. Kent enjoys spending time with his wife and three dogs. He also enjoys hunting, fishing, golfing and cruising around the Black Hills on his motorcycle with friends.
Kati Sherwood, MS CCC-SLP Speech Pathologist
Kati was born in Reno, NV. She received a Bachelors in Pre-PT before doing a post baccalaureate year at Portland State University. She then returned to Nevada for her Masters in Speech – Language Pathology. She enjoys working with adults who have swallowing disorders and neurogenic language disorders (expressive aphasia, dysarthia, apraxia). Kati has worked at the VMAC here in Sheridan and in Reno, NV. She has worked in skilled nursing facilities, but currently enjoys outpatient work here at Sheridan Physical Therapy and PRN at Johnson County Healthcare Center. Kati enjoys golf and gardening. She is a trustee @ Sheridan College and currently serves on First Federal Bank & Trust Board. A big animal-lover, Kati, and her husband Kent have 3 Labradors.
Terry Winnop, MSPT
Terry WInnop grew up in NE California. He graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno, in 1990 with a B.S. in Biology. In 1992, he graduated from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center with a M.S. in Physical Therapy. Terry met his lovely wife Theresa (also a Physical Therapist) in physical therapy school and they have lived in Sheridan since 1995. Terry has two beautiful and exceptionally talented daughters. He enjoys functional training for sports, fishing, hunting, camping, mountain biking, hockey and tearing up his yard.
Jamie Gillenwater, DPT, OCS
Jamie Gillenwater is a Wyoming native from Casper. She attended the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley, CO, where she received her Bachelor of Science in Sports and Exercise Science. She attended physical therapy school at the University of Colorado in Denver, graduating in 2011 with a degree of Doctor of Physical Therapy. When not working she enjoys being outdoors, hiking, biking, camping, snowshoeing and cross country skiing, along with watching football and reading.
Haley Baltz, DPT, OCS
Haley is a Kaycee, WY, native and has been practicing PT for the past 7 years. Her undergraduate degree was obtained at the University of Wyoming in Kinesiology and Health Sciences in 2004. Following the UW, she earned her Doctoral of Physical Therapy at Regis University in Denver, CO.
Currently, she is working on being certified as an Orthopedic Specialist and becoming a fellow in Orthopedic Manual Therapy. She is also certified in Functional Dry Needling. Haley is committed to being up to date in the latest evidence for patient treatment, as well as making this evidence clinically relevant to patient care.
In her spare time, Haley loves to be with her two young children and husband. She feels fortunate to be able to work and live in such a fabulous community.
Dagan Green, MSPT
Dagan grew up in the Monterey Bay area of California. After graduating from San Lorenzo High School in Felton, CA, he attended California State University of Sacramento for his Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science. He then went to the University of Pacific in Stockton, California for his Masters of Physical Therapy, graduating in May of 2001. He joined Sheridan Physical Therapy in 2001 and worked here for 10 years prior to moving to Grants Pass, OR, where he worked as a physical therapist for 2 years. He rejoined SPT in October of 2012. In his spare time Dagan enjoys sports, hunting, fishing and most of all spending time with his wife and 2 boys.
Cheston Feaster, DPT
Cheston is a Sheridan native, born and raised, and a graduate of Big Horn High School. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Health Promotion from the University of Wyoming in 2013. He then attended physical therapy school at Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon, where he graduated with his Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2017. Cheston is honored to practice in Sheridan and to be able to serve such a great community. He has a special interest in vestibular rehabilitation.
Outside of the clinic, Cheston enjoys taking in the Wyoming views, photography, cooking, following the Wyoming Cowboys and Denver Broncos, and especially spending time with his wife, Olivia.
Angelita Siojo-Allen, OTR/L Occupational Therapist
Angelita grew up in Windsor, Ontario, Canada with her 2 sisters. She went to the University of Toronto for her Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy where she graduated in 1990. Her interst in OT stemmed from a hand injury experienced by her father. After graduation she worked in Windsor at local hospitals and children’s rehab center. She moved to Sheridan in 1996 and has been working for SPT since 2003. Her special interests include hand therapy, splinting and neuro issues. Angelita is owner of clinic therapy dog Bella. On the weekends, Angelita and her husband Jan can be found snow skiing, camping, mountain biking, kayaking or at home gardening.
Cassie Widener, MS OTR/L Occupational Therapist
Cassie is a Bismark, North Dakota Native, where she attended undergraduate and graduate studies at the University of Mary. Cassie decided to pursue becoming an Occupation Therapist after she was introduced to the profession during her job as a mentor and caregiver for youth and adults with special needs. She received her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy from the University of Mary in 2011. After graduating, Cassie worked in adult rehabilitation with a focus on neurological rehab in Boise, ID. Her professional interests include neurological rehab of brain injury, stroke, Parkinson’s, progressive neurological disorders, upper extremity rehabilitation, and rehab of visual perceptual and functional cognitive deficits. Cassie and her husband, Ben, enjoy the outdoors, music, photography, traveling, scuba diving, fishing, and staying active with their dogs.
Tara Bower, PTA
Tara moved from Louisiana to Wyoming in 1994. From there, she graduated from Big Horn High School in 2004. After high school, Tara attended Sheridan College where she received her Associates of Arts in Business in 2006. Shortly after, she started working at Sheridan Physical Therapy. In 2011, she decided to continue her education in physical therapy. In 2013, Tara graduated with a degree in Associates of Applied Science in Physical Therapist Assistant from San Juan College.
In her spare time, Tara enjoys watching movies, playing volleyball, hiking, snow shoeing, and spending time with her husband.
Katelyn Woodrum, ATC
Katelyn grew up in Harrison, Nebraska, where she attended Sioux County High School. During that time, she was involved in sports, FFA, as well as working on her dad’s ranch. After graduating high school, she attended Dakota Wesleyan University, where she continued playing basketball for three more years. Katelyn graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training in May of 2015. She is now the head Athletic Trainer at Sheridan College. She also work part time at Sheridan Physical Therapy as a physical therapy aide.
OUR BUFFALO STAFF
Angie Glassock, MSPT
Angie grew up and graduated in Lander, WY. She was then bound for the great Pacific Northwest for college. She earned a B.S from the University of Portland, and pursued her Masters of Physical Therapy from Pacific University in 1996. After missing Wyoming’s wide open spaces and family, she and her husband returned to Wyoming. Angie has worked in a variety of settings finding her passion in Orthopedics and Sport medicine with emphasis on manual therapy. Angie spends her weekends chasing her three kids around the state for sporting events, traveling with her husband and enjoying the Big Horn Mountains.
Krista Lausen, MSPT
Krista grew up on a ranch in North Dakota. She stayed busy helping on the ranch and participating in high school basketball, volleyball, and track. In 1990 she graduated from Beulah High School. Krista received her Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy and then her Master Physical Therapy degree from the University of North Dakota in 1996. Krista has worked in Wyoming and Montana. She has over 13 years of experience primarily with outpatient orthopedics injuries and has an interest in vestibular and balance disorders. Krista has been employed with SPT since Spring of 2010. Krista and her husband have two daughters. Some of their hobbies include hiking, camping, boating and skiing. Their favorite activity is attending any of the kids’ activities.
Christie Murray, PTA
Cristie was born and raised in Wyoming. After graduating from Kelly Walsh High School in Casper, WY. Cristie moved to Lander WY where she earned her Physical Therapy Assistant from Central Wyoming College in Riverton, WY. Cristie took a break from the PT profession to raise her 4 wonderful boys: twins –age 18, a son age 7 and a son age 5. While living the life of a stay at home mom, she pursued an online bachelors degree in Business Administration from the University of Wyoming. Cristie joined the Buffalo Physical Therapy team in 2012. Cristie enjoys spending time with her family and friends.
Cathy Miner, MSPT
Cathy Miner is a native of Buffalo, Wyoming. She graduated from Buffalo High School. She then attended the University of Wyoming, receiving her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology in 1995. After that, she pursued her Physical Therapy degree at the University of North Dakota graduating with a Masters of Physical Therapy in 1998. After graduating from PT school, she accepted a position with a privately owned outpatient orthopedic clinic, Keith Kleven Physical Therapy, in Las Vegas, Nevada. She spent 15 years with this clinic and served as Clinical Director before returning to Wyoming in the summer of 2014.
She is thoroughly enjoying the return to her home state where she resides in Buffalo with her husband Tim and their two boys. She has always enjoyed being active and is a steadfast advocate for good health and welcomed being part of such a great team.