Our Amazing Therapists
Amy Harmon, PT, DPT
Rebound at Boss Clinic Manager
Director of Program Development
Amy Harmon, PT, DPT was born and raised in Jackson WY where she grew up skiing, snowboarding and enjoying the outdoors. She attended undergrad at UC Santa Barbara and the University of Wyoming and earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of North Dakota.
She is a dynamic physical therapist integrating both traditional and non-traditional methods. She is EXOS Sports Performance certified and trained alongside French Osteopath GUY Voyer to deepen her knowledge of the human fascial, nervous and organ system. She treats a wide range of orthopedic conditions but specializes in the active population.
Her career started in Los Angeles where she worked inside of Golf Fitness Los Angeles. She then moved back to her hometown in 2016 where she opened her own company in 2019. Amy was voted Best Physical Therapist in 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022 by the Jackson community. She has worked with a variety of athletes ranging from Olympic ski racers and big mountain snowboarders, NHL players to the weekend warriors.
She is excited to explore everything Bend has to offer and connect with the community. When not working you will find her walking her two dogs, up in the mountains, paddle boarding, or attending an outdoor concert.
Cole Manoukian PT, DPT
Cole Manoukian, PT, DPT is originally from Southern California where he, uniquely, spent his formidable years playing ice hockey. He attended UCLA, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Physiological Science and graduating with Academic Excellence. He continued his education at Chapman University in Irvine, CA earning his Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree.
After graduation Cole stayed in the Southern California area honing his PT skills in various outpatient orthopedic settings. While still in the early stages of his career, Cole has realized that his passion is truly to help people. This passion drives him to see a wide range of varying patients. From outpatient/post-surgical to sports/athletic populations, as well as geriatric; helping patients get back to their pre-injury quality of life is what really matters.
Cole and his fiancé, Emily, were ecstatic to relocate to Bend for numerous reasons, but most notably their love for mountain biking.
When he’s not at work or on the biking trails, Cole can usually be found in the gym or out chasing new adventures with Emily.
Connor Perkins, PT, DPT
David George, MA, LA-C, C.SMA
David combined his entrepreneurial mindset and passion for healing in 2004 when he opened his own private practice, Life-Sport Wellness & Acupuncture in the Inland Empire. David successfully ran his private practice for 11 years, earning his Certification in Sports Medicine Acupuncture along the way.
Most recently, David George worked as a sports medicine acupuncturist for Savas Health in Rancho Mirage, CA. Finally ready for a change in scenery, David came to Central Oregon to join Rebound Physical Therapy. He will be treating in Redmond and Prineville, offering a much needed service in both of those areas.
David continues to educate himself on a variety of healing methods. In 2022 he became a certified Qigong Instructor. Qigong, similar to tai chi, involves using exercises to optimize the balancing if energy between body, mind and spirit with the goal of improving and maintaining health and wellbeing.
Outside of the clinic, David enjoys outdoor activities such as biking, hiking trail running and golf; as well as practicing Qigong!
Emily Hill, PT, DPTBend West Clinic Emily Hill, PT, DPT passion for PT developed at a young age. Growing up playing competitive soccer, Emily saw firsthand how physical therapy helped keep players on the pitch. She knew that she wanted to build a career combining my love of fitness and sports with her desire to help others reach their goals. Being a physical therapist allows her to do exactly that. Hill earned both her Bachelors degree in health sciences and her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Regis University in Denver, CO. While studying, Emily was also deepening her passion for soccer as a United States Soccer Federation referee. She has traveled regionally as well as internationally as a referee, and was selected as Colorado’s young referee of the year in 2016. Doing a year of clinical work in Central Oregon combined with her love of running, biking, hiking, snowboarding and kayaking made Rebound Physical Therapy a perfect fit for Emily. She will be treating patients out of the Bend West clinic. Hill has a passion for sports medicine but ultimately believes that “nothing is more rewarding to me than seeing someone achieve a milestone and knowing that I got to be a part of their success.”
When Emily finally has a little down time, she can be found reading, sipping on a Chai tea, practicing her Italian, or playing piano.
Hayley Hoggarth, OTR/L, CEAS Prineville Clinic Hayley Hoggarth, OTR/L, CEAS began her path to occupational therapy in New Zealand where she accepted a student-internship, which included hosting the country’s Youth Paralympic Games. She then received her Masters in Occupational Therapy from Touro University Nevada in 2015 and spent the first three years of her career in short-term and long-term Skilled Nursing rehabilitation. During her time there, she worked with patients on functional improvements for a variety of diagnoses and conditions, including contracture management through splinting. She followed her passion for orthosis fabrication and transitioned to outpatient hand therapy in 2018. Through the Pandemic, Hayley found many of her patients were suffering upper extremity injuries due to the abrupt transition of working from-home, and that they did not have a supportive ergonomic environment. She obtained her CEAS certification (Certified Ergonomics Assessment Specialist) in 2020 and has seen how valuable ergonomics education and training can be for her patient’s recovery. Hoggarth is grateful to be part of Rebound Physical Therapy, and for the support of her talented colleagues as she pursues her certification as a Hand Therapist. Hayley is joyfully joining her husband, Justin Hoggarth, DPT and Clinic Manager at the Prineville Clinic. She is looking forward to growing the Hand Therapy Program in Prineville and serving the community with new resources. Some of Hayley’s hidden talents outside of the clinic include line dancing, sewing, and baking with her sourdough starter.
John graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Health and Human Performance from the University of Montana and received his Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree from the University of Utah. John then returned to the University of Montana and completed an Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Residency where he developed strong clinical reasoning skills, conducted research with the University of Montana faculty, mentored current DPT students in the clinic, and helped instruct courses for the University of Montana DPT Program. John is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, and has completed his USA Weightlifting Level 1 Coach training.
John’s clinical interests include lower extremity injuries, ACL rehabilitation, and endurance sports related injuries.
In his free time, John enjoys spending time on his gravel bike, in his running shoes, in the weight room, or on his skis with his partner Laurel and their dog Blue.
A native of Klamath Falls, Oregon, Justin Hoggarth completed his Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Sport Science from Oregon State University in Corvallis. He then obtained his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from University of the Pacific in Stockton, California.
Justin most recently worked as a PT in the Portland area. Prior to that, he worked as a therapist for several years in Las Vegas, Nevada. Justin treats a wide range of orthopedic and neurologic conditions, with specific training in blood flow restriction exercise for enhanced muscle strength, manual therapies and rock climbing injury rehabilitation.When he is not working, Justin loves to spend time with his wife, Hayley, and their young daughter, Maeve. His hobbies include archery and fishing, as well as cheering on his alma mater’s team — the OSU Beavers— in football.
Lela Stemple PT, DPT, ATC, CSCS Bend South Clinic Originally from Medford, OR, Lela Stemple PT, DPT, ATC, CSCS earned her undergrad degree in athletic training as well as her DPT from Boston University in Boston, MA.
Lela (pronounced Lee-la) gained clinical experience in athletic training working with Division 1 college athletes at Harvard University as well as other schools. Her physical therapy clinical experience took her all over the country before she ultimately began her PT career in Phoenix, AZ.
Stemple's certifications in athletic training and strength and conditioning have steered her towards working with athletes of all ages. However, she has a strong background in general outpatient orthopedics, post-surgical care, and vestibular conditions.
Lela and her fiancé relocated to Central Oregon so he could pursue advanced educational opportunities at OSU - Cascades. Outside of work and school Lela and William enjoy trying new food carts, running, hiking and biking with their dog, Axl.
Sarah Zamora PT, DPT, ATC
Sarah Zamora PT, DPT, ATC was born and raised in Idaho where she gained a love of sports and the outdoors at an early age. It was through her involvement of sports that she knew she wanted to pursue a career where she could help others reach their full physical potential.
Sarah attended Idaho State University where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Physical Education with an emphasis in exercise science. Following her undergraduate studies, she remained at ISU where she earned her Masters of Athletic Training (ATC) and Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT).
Apart from work, Sarah loves to spend time outdoors. She enjoys hiking and biking mountain trails, paddle boarding, horseback riding, and even skiing and snowboarding in the winter months.
Sarah looks forward to exploring all of the nature Oregon has to offer, while helping people of all ages, athletic backgrounds, and abilities.
Sierra Montgomery, PT, DPT La Pine Clinic Sierra Montgomery, PT, DPT has many ties to the Central Oregon community and is happy to be back treating patients at Rebound’s La Pine clinic. Sierra was originally an aide in the La Pine clinic while earning her Bachelors Degree in Kinesiology. She then went on to continue her education at the University of St. Augustine in Austin, TX; graduating with high honors and earning Award for Excellence in Manual Therapy. Montgomery’s clinical experience has taken her from Arizona, to the greater Seattle area, to Great Falls, MT. A three sport athlete in high school who went on to play collegiate softball, Sierra’s love for sports, health, and wellness has been with her from a young age. As an adult, Montgomery has competed in weightlifting and CrossFit competitions both regionally and nationally. Her passion is to treat athletes of all ages, but what ultimately led Sierra to a career in physical therapy was the privilege of playing a role in a patient’s recovery journey and helping them gain quality of life. She’s excited to be working in the La Pine community where she has several local ties, including being the La Pine High School Assistant Varsity Softball Coach 2021 & 2022. Outside of work Sierra can be found hiking, running, weightlifting, or doing some other form or exercise with her husband and dog. She also enjoys taking care of her chickens.
Growing up in Southern CA (Fullerton, CA), Sophia spent her teen years playing both indoor and beach volleyball, going on to play collegiate NCAA volleyball at Clarkson University in upstate New York. Following her graduation from Clarkson, Sophia earned her DPT at Simmons College in Boston.
During her doctorate program, Sophia conducted student-led research presented by the APTA’s Combined Sections Meeting (CSM) in 2022. She presented a poster which solidified her interest in research, particularly the influence of fatigue in physical therapy assessments and interventions. Along these lines, Sophia is very interested in sports medicine and one of her professional goals includes becoming a Sports Certified Specialist (SCS).
In addition to Sophia’s focus on providing high quality patient care, she served in volunteer roles to advocate for individuals within her communities. As a member of the Spaulding Runners In Training Program (SPRINT) in Boston, she assisted individuals in various stages of recovery from brain injury, stroke and other neurological conditions in their return to running. As a former collegiate volleyball player, Sophia has a great love for fitness and sports that drives her to help others to stay active and get back to what they love.
Outside of work, Sophia enjoys hiking, rowing, biking and has developed a passion for weightlifting. She also has a fondness for large breed dogs particularly Newfoundlands.
Stephanie Sultzer, PT, DPTBend East Clinic Stephanie Sultzer earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from The University of Virginia in Charlottesville. Following graduation, Stephanie obtained her Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree from Boston University and ever since, she’s been working in outpatient orthopedics at well-respected clinics located in Boston and Richmond, Virginia. Stephanie has over 10 years outpatient orthopedic experience and a treatment philosophy rooted in manual therapy, individualized exercise prescription, and patient education. Stephanie places emphasis on being a lifelong learner in many areas of life, especially in physical therapy. She recently completed over a year-long advanced manual therapy training curriculum with the Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy in Massachusetts. Along with her husband and their two young daughters, Stephanie loves to explore the outdoors; she enjoys hiking, running and the occasional pickup soccer game.
Taylor DeBar, MOTR/L Redmond Clinic We are pleased to announce that Taylor DeBar is the newest addition to Rebound’s Hand Therapy Program. Her primary clinic location will be Rebound’s Redmond Clinic. Originally from Michigan, Taylor graduated from Grand Valley State University with her Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy. Taylor first became interested in hand therapy while working throughout graduate school as a Rehabilitation Technician. Upon graduation, Taylor transitioned from a Rehab Tech to a full time Occupational Therapist where she enjoyed working with the upper extremity and assisting her patients return to their daily activities and hobbies. Additionally, she attended continued education courses in kinesiotaping and manual therapy techniques. Taylor also has experience as a Lead Therapist at a pediatric outpatient clinic in Phoenix, Arizona. As a Lead Therapist, she developed policies and procedures, trained staff, and mentored new therapists. It is Taylor’s goal to become a Certified Hand Therapist and gain more advanced training in complex splinting techniques and manual therapy. Taylor is new to the Northwest and recently got married. When she is not working, she enjoys skiing, bike riding, paddle boarding, hiking, camping, and yoga.