Natalie Semon is an Arizona native and exercise enthusiast who loves to run, swim, cycle and golf. With over 20 years of experience and a Master’s of Physical Therapy, Natalie enjoys working with people of all ages and ability levels to help them “stay in the game.” Natalie has worked with professional football players, as well as collegiate and high school athletes.
As a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Natalie is adept at creating customized programs that are designed to address an individual’s specific needs and sporting activity. Natalie previously worked as an Orthopedic Specialist for Saint Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center. During her six-year tenure at St. Joe’s, Natalie created the Spine Rehabilitation Program utilized at the Barrows Neurological Institute.
Natalie is an expert in providing pain management treatment through integrative systemic dry needling and cupping/Integrative Microcirculation Therapy. Natalie has had the honor of contributing a chapter on the practical use of Contemporary Dry Needling in conjunction with Dr. Yun-toa Ma, PhD, educator, writer, scientist, and founder of the American Dry Needling Institute. She also assisted Dr. Ma in the teaching of the Advanced Dry Needling techniques.
Natalie obtained her Bachelor of Science in Nutrition from the University of Arizona. In 1995, Natalie then graduated from Mount Saint Mary’s College with a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy. Her education included training and internships at UCLA Sports Medicine and Rancho Los Amigos.
Rose has been an employee for Camelback Sports Therapy from its inception and has helped grow the practice to what it is today.
Rose graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Iowa. While attending the University of Iowa, Rose competed on the university’s softball team. There she developed her interest to combine athletics and medicine and was soon accepted into the Hawkeye’s Athletic Training Program. After graduation she was awarded an athletic trainer internship at Drake University in Des Moines, IA.
Looking for clearer skies, Rose decided to settle in Phoenix. She began her career as an athletic trainer for John C. Lincoln Institute for Sports Medicine and the Paradise Valley School District. She worked clinically in physical therapy assisting with the rehabilitation of athletes and served as head athletic trainer for Horizon and North Canyon High School.
After developing a strong passion for rehabilitation Rose changed focus and joined St Joseph’s Center for Sports Medicine and from there Camelback Sports Therapy. Over the years she has acquired certifications from the National Athletic Training Association, National Strength and Conditioning Association and is a Certified Kinesio Taping Practitioner. She continues to provide athletic training services to professional, collegiate, high school, Olympic development athletes as well as the weekend warriors.
Dr. Gianara Campasano is originally from the Bay Area but considers herself a transplant native since moving to Arizona when she was 6-years-old. After graduating Cum Laude at Northern Arizona University where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science, she went out east and received her Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Campasano then pursued a subset specialty in orthopedics and manual therapy from the Manual Therapy Institute where she became a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists (FAAOMPT).
As a previous Division I Soccer athlete, Dr. Campasano combines her love for sports with movement analysis, manual therapy, and neurodynamics to improve her patient’s mobility and quality of life. Her clinical approach is heavily focused on functional movement analysis and incorporating manual therapy techniques and therapeutic exercise to each of her patient’s individualized treatment program in order to get the best results.
Dr. Campasano also serves as a clinic mentor for the Manual Therapy Institute Fellowship Program and A.T. Still University Orthopedic Residency program . She has mentored and taught fellows, orthopedic residents, and doctoral-level physical therapy students. She will continue to provide this opportunity for clinicians at Camelback Sports Therapy.
In her free time, Dr. Campasano enjoys watching movies, travelling, reading to her two children, and eating all the yummy food there is to offer!
Dr. Lucy Simone is originally from New York, where she received her Bachelor of Science in Human Biology from SUNY Oneonta and Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Russell Sage College.
Dr. Simone enjoys working with the variety of age groups and diagnoses found in the orthopedic outpatient setting and strives to always provide the best individualized care for her patients. As an advocate for life-long learning, she is always looking for ways to challenge herself in order to help her patients better, which led Lucy to obtain her Orthopedic Clinical Specialist board certification. She finds great value in providing patient-centered care to help get people back to doing what they love.
In her free time, Dr. Simone can be found enjoying the outdoors on a hike or run, exploring local eateries to find the best NY-style pizza, or spending time with her husband and husky.
Dr. Jenny Teslevich, a Phoenix native, graduated from Arizona State University where she played Division I Volleyball. She earned her Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy from Northern Arizona University. At NAU, she researched exercise prevention in Division I athletes and effects of intensive physical therapy with regards to chronic stroke. She has coached and trained young female athletes for 5+ years specializing in volleyball.
Dr. Teslevich is extremely driven to provide the best possible care, experience, and results for each of her patients. She enjoys treating individuals of ALL ages with a variety of diagnosis including orthopedic, neurological, and vestibular who want to “stay in the game” and remain active and healthy. She provides pain management treatment through cupping/Integrative Microcirculation Therapy, therapeutic soft tissue mobilization, functional therapeutic exercise, and a variety of techniques to match each individual’s goals and needs.
Dr. Teslevich is also a certified LSVT Big® clinician. LSVT Big® is a highly specialized movement program for people with Parkinson’s disease to improve walking, limb control/speed, balance, and over-all quality of life.
Dr. Teslevich enjoys staying active by hiking Squaw Peak, attending group fitness classes including Pilates and interval training, and hanging out with friends and family. She enjoys shopping local at farmer’s markets and local artisans as well as finding unique experiences or restaurants in Phoenix. She looks forward to providing the best individualized care and helping you feel and move better!
Dr. Whitney Boyd, a native Midwesterner, earned her Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy from Creighton University. Dr. Boyd is an exercise enthusiast with a passion for physical therapy and helping patients reach optimal mobility.
Dr. Boyd has experience caring for patients of all ages with a variety of diagnoses, including treatment of spine, hip, and knee dysfunction, in addition to extensive training in spine, concussion, vertigo, and pre and post partum care. She especially enjoys and has had overarching success helping patients improve shoulder mobility after experiencing surgical intervention. She uses patient-centered, evidence-based treatment with an emphasis on therapeutic exercise and manual therapy interventions. Dr. Boyd strives to ensure every patient’s experience is results-oriented and educational, and enjoys sharing the journey with each patient to achieve their goals.
Dr. Boyd focuses on creating individualized treatment plans that efficiently exceed expectations, and prides herself on being an expert in providing pain management treatment through a variety of manual skills and modalities.
Dr. Brandon Andrews, originally from El Centro, California, attended South Dakota State University where he played Division I football and received his bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science. He went on to obtain his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Des Moines University. Immediately after, Dr. Andrews completed an orthopedic residency and became a board certified orthopedic clinical specialist.
As a former athlete, Dr. Andrews enjoys working with athletes from all sports and ages. He utilizes his strength and conditioning principles, movement analysis, neurodynamics, and manual therapy to get his patients back to what they love doing. Throughout his clinical experience, Dr. Andrews has worked with professional baseball players, high school and college athletes utilizing an evidence-based approach to treat various orthopedic and sports diagnoses that include the shoulder, knee, elbow, ankle and spine. He has been able to adapt these treatments to be applicable for patients of all ability levels.
In his free time Dr. Andrews enjoys traveling, attending sporting and music events, trying new foods, and spending time with his family and friends
Dr. Charles Tobola is a native to Los Angeles, CA and graduated with his Bachelor of Science in Applied Exercise Science from Azusa Pacific University, Los Angeles. He then went on to complete his Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy from Mount Saint Mary’s University, Los Angeles.
Throughout his clinical experience, Dr. Tobola has enjoyed working with a wide variety of patients in the outpatient orthopedic setting. He has become eclectic with his approach to treating various conditions, tailoring individualized and evidence-based treatments to maximize each patient’s full potential. Dr. Tobola also has interests in strengthening and balance interventions in the geriatric population, identifying programs to prolong independent function.
Outside of the clinic, Charles loves to balance his work life by spending time with his family and friends, finding new restaurants, watching professional sports, and playing piano.
Dr. Bridget Graff, originally from Illinois, attended Marquette University in Wisconsin where she obtained both her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training and Doctorate of Physical Therapy before making the journey cross-country to Arizona.
Beginning her career in athletics, Dr. Graff came to enjoy caring for athletes of all sports and ability levels. Additionally, she has experience caring for patients with a variety of orthopedic diagnoses including treatment of the spine, hips, and ankles. Dr. Graff uses an evidence-based approach with an emphasis on return to function, therapeutic exercise, and manual therapy to get her patients the best results. So, whether you’re an athlete or just suffering from an injury, Dr. Graff strives to provide a variety of techniques in order to meet her patients’ needs.
In her free time, you can find Dr. Graff outdoors hiking or on the water, participating in yoga and pilates classes, and in the kitchen learning how to cook new recipes.
Jen Nevatt came to Phoenix from Philadelphia almost 14 years ago and hasn’t shoveled snow since. She attended and graduated from Arizona State University with her Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology and after interning at Camelback Sports Therapy, decided that physical therapy was the path she would take. Jen went back to school for her PTA license and was excited to return to CST and help people get back to living their best lives in this city that has so much to offer.
Jen has always been passionate about helping people and has found the perfect way to blend her love for athletics and education to improve peoples’ function in this setting. She enjoys treating all patient populations and especially loves to teach patients how small adjustments can make a big difference in their overall quality of life. Jen utilizes her knowledge of the human body while providing skilled hands on treatment, cupping, ASTYM, kinesio tape, and of course exercise therapy to optimize patients’ movements and help them get the results they want.
In her spare time, Jen enjoys researching and taste-testing local breweries, playing and coaching lacrosse, spending time with her fiancé and two dogs, and exhausting all options on Netflix.
Eric Lespron is a native Arizonan and was born and raised in Cave Creek! Eric grew up in a soccer family and began his college career playing soccer at Paradise Valley Community Collège for 2 years. After transferring to Arizona State University, he earned a Bachelors of Science in Exercise and Wellness. During this time, Eric was working as a physical therapy technician and decided to pursue a career as a Physical Therapist Assistant, graduating from Pima Medical Institute.
Eric has experience working in the subacute and outpatient rehab settings. He is passionate about helping others reach their personal goals. He has obtained a certification in instrument assisted soft tissue massage (IASTM). As a former athlete and current advocate for health and wellness, Eric brings an energetic attitude and hands-on approach to his treatments, with a strong focus on proper body mechanics and form.
Eric’s hobbies include hiking, gaming, and travel. When he’s not spending time with his wife and two miniature pinscher dogs, Eric is always up for game night with family and friends!
Caitlyn Noel is originally from Iowa Falls, Iowa but has called Arizona home for over 10 years. After moving to the Valley, she decided to pursue her career as a Physical Therapist Assistant and graduated from Pima Medical Institute. Caitlyn has also earned an Associates Degree in Dance Performance. Her love for dance and staying active has driven her passion for physical therapy.
Caitlyn enjoys getting to know and understand her patients on a personal level in order to help them reach their therapy goals. Having been a professional dancer for dance companies throughout the valley, Caitlyn understands the importance of returning patients of all activity levels back to doing what they love most. She has developed a compassionate approach to assisting patients of all ages and uses her experience and knowledge to get her patients back to being the best version of themselves.
Aside from her career as a PTA, Caitlyn is also a wife, a mom to two boys, and a dance teacher in Tempe.
Ian Hofmann grew in Northern California where he first entered the Physical Therapy world with his dad being a Physical Therapist. Watching his dad help people reach their physical goals sparked Ian’s love for physical therapy. Ian pursued his undergraduate degree in Kinesiology at Sonoma State University where he was a key leader on the golf team. He then went on to earn his PTA degree where he combined his passion for sports and physical therapy into a career.
Ian loves to build connections with patients while helping them get back to their full potential. He understands that physical therapy can only go so far if it is not adapted to the patient’s everyday life, so developing a relationship with his patients helps him to improve his work. Whether you are a weekend warrior, golfer or in general pain – Ian is motivated to help you get back to the things you love.
Andrew Beamon is originally from Virginia Beach, Virginia and moved to Scottsdale 8 years ago . His passion has always lied in helping others he has worked in Emergency Medical Services, Fitness and Sports. Obtaining his personal training certificate pushed him into continuing his education at Pima Medical Institute where he graduated as a Physical Therapist Assistant.
Andrew’s key to patient success is empathizing with his patients while building a rapport and connection with each one. Andrew applies his vast knowledge of anatomy and kinesiology to deliver excellent patient care & hands-on treatment. Each patient will reach their specific goals safely and effectively. He is enthusiastic about educating and empowering his patients to stay motivated while he accompanies them on their rehabilitation journey.
In his free time, Andrew enjoys spending time with family and friends, trying new restaurants, watching sports and listening to educational podcasts.