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Reaching Your Personal Best

Whether you run for fun or you’re a serious competitor, AdventHealth and Track Shack have teamed up to provide physical therapists and orthopedic expertise for Central Florida runners.

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Championing Whole Health. Teaming Up for Winning Care

AdventHealth and Track Shack have a shared vision of creating a healthier and more active community. Not only are AdventHealth physical therapists ready to support you on race day, but they are available to meet face to face and provide answers to your running questions at Track Shack in-store events. 

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Preventive Care

When you know how to prevent injuries, you can hit the trail, track, road or beach and run with confidence. AdventHealth sports medicine professionals can give you tips for running injury-free — in a Track Shack store, online and on race day.

Expert Care for Running Injuries

Our sports medicine physicians and physical therapists work together to help you recover from injuries and get back to doing what you love as quickly and safely as possible. We develop a customized treatment gets you back on your feet.

Trusted Advice for Runners

The more you know, the better you run. Our sports medicine specialists offer expert advice to help you run strong. Get running tips and tricks online, via email and social media. Or, get answers to your questions in person at one of Track Shack’s monthly Ask the Expert or injury screenings.

Post-Race Massage

Recovery is a key part of running strong, especially after race day. AdventHealth physical therapists can help soothe sore muscles and rejuvenate your legs after Track Shack races.

Meet the Medical Team

Behind Your Track Shack Community

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  • Trevor Hicks

    Trevor has been a licensed physical therapist for more than four years. He received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from UCF and has certifications in Functional Movement Screening, Neuro, and Concussion. A serious runner himself, he enjoys helping others compete. 

  • Julian Richards

    Julian received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Miami. He is a board-certified Orthopedic Specialist as well as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. He has always lived an active lifestyle and encourages his patients to do the same.

  • Doug Allen

    Doug is a licensed physical therapist and Certified Athletic Trainer. A UCF graduate, he received his master’s degree from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences. He has worked with the NFL and Cirque Du Soleil, and he himself is an endurance athlete.

  • Mary Christine Cerrado (Dobbie)

    Dobbie has been a licensed physical therapist for over 20 years. In addition to her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Dominican College, she is board certified in Orthopedics. Dobbie lives an active lifestyle and encourages her family, friends and patients to do the same.

  • Justin Hess

    Justin received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Central Florida. He is a Certified Clinical Instructor with special certification in Orthopedics, and he enjoys his new role as AdventHealth's Orthopedic Research Manager.

  • Alison Burnham

    Alison Burnham

    Ali is a licensed physical therapist who graduated from the University of Florida before earning her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at UCF. A recreational runner, she completed her first half-marathon in 2019 and looks forward to helping other runners achieve their goals.

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    David Garcia

    David has been a licensed physical therapist for seven years. He received his Doctorate from Andrews University and completed a residency program to become a board-certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist. His primary goal is to get athletes back to the sport they love. 

  • David Hawk

    David Hawk

    David is a licensed physical therapist assistant who has experience working in acute care cardiac, heart and lung transplant, neuro and orthopedic patient care. An avid runner himself, he enjoys educating and healing other runners so they can perform at their best.

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    Samantha Peters

    Samantha Peters is a 2009 Doctor of Physical Therapy graduate of the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University in Chicago. She loves analyzing biomechanics to get to the source of an athlete’s problem and help restore their optimal function.

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    Sam Singleton

    Sam received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore in 2011. He is a board-certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist and is also residency trained. A previous collegiate sprinter, he enjoys working with all runners.

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    Albert Wong

    Albert Wong has been a licensed physical therapist assistant for over three years. He received his degree in physical therapy assistant studies from the University of Indianapolis and is a marathon runner himself who enjoys helping athletes perform at their optimal level.

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    Brooke Chancey

    Brooke earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Central Florida in 2018 and undertook a post-doctoral residency specializing in orthopedics. A previous varsity athlete in soccer, she stays active through weightlifting and action sports.

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    Miranda Barker

    Miranda has 15 years of experience in outpatient orthopedics and specializes in working with runners and other athletes. She is trained in Rocktape Cupping and IASTM for both Graston and Rock Tape techniques, SFMA, Kinesio Taping, and other movement assessment techniques.

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    Chris Dennis

    Chris has been a licensed physical therapist since 2002. He earned his master’s in physical therapy at the University of South Florida and holds certifications in Athletic Therapy, Strength & Conditioning, Functional Movement Screening and special golf and tennis programs.

  • Leigh Harris.

    Leigh Harris

    Leigh has been a licensed physical therapist for 22 years, working in orthopedics and sports medicine. She received her bachelor’s degree from UCF and her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Arcadia University.  She has a passion for running, wellness and clinical quality.

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    Chris Welsh

    Chris holds a Master of Physical Therapy degree from the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science and has been practicing orthopedics and sports medicine for 33 years. He is an avid runner with experience helping professional athletes on the track, field and ice rink.

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Sports Medicine Care You Can Count On

When you’re training and racing, it can be hard on your body. AdventHealth sports medicine specialists can keep you on the road or trail with trusted advice and expert care. Whether you want to prevent injuries, or you need physical therapy to come back strong, you can count on us.