Clinical Director of Physical Therapy
Board certified in orthopedics with extensive experience with adult and pediatric cases. Specialty experience in adult pelvic health physical therapy.
Dr. Kevin Williams grew up in Mesa, AZ, graduating from Mountain View High School. After graduating, he served a mission for his church for 2 years in Chile, learning the language and culture of the Chilean people. After returning home, he resumed his schooling and graduated with a B.S. in Exercise and Wellness from Arizona State University. After graduating, he joined the United States Army as a combat medic and served in the 82nd Airborne Division as a paratrooper. After leaving the military, he attended the University of St. Augustine and earned his doctorate degree in physical therapy.
Dr. Williams is focused on helping people move and feel better. He enjoys working with people of all ages. He has experience and enjoys working with a variety of orthopedic injuries, elders, veterans, post-surgical patients, and athletes from professional levels to amateur and kids. He has advanced training in myofascial release, dry needling, IASTM, joint manipulation and mobilization, and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.
Dr. Williams enjoys the outdoors, playing sports, going to the lake, hiking, skiing, and exploring Arizona with his family. Family is very important to him as he spends most of his time outside of work with his wife, Melissa, and his 3 sons and daughter.
Gabe is a new resident to the metro Phoenix area but was born and raised just a few hours south, in Tucson, Arizona. He was very active as a child and loved being outside with his friends and family, however particularly thrived on the baseball field. Upon graduating from high school, he accepted a scholarship to play baseball in the majestic oil fields of West Texas at Odessa College. That is where Gabe solidified his desire to pursue a career in Physical Therapy after multiple season-ending injuries and months of rehabilitation.
Following his time in Odessa, Texas, Gabe moved back to Tucson to finish his degree in Nutritional Sciences and be closer to his high school sweetheart. He graduated from the University of Arizona in 2019, and moved to Flagstaff to pursue his degree in Physical Therapy at Northern Arizona University. Outside of work Gabe enjoys spending time with his wife, Ashlyn, and dog, Harley, going on adventures and being out in nature. Family means everything to Gabe, and he understands the importance of helping patients restore their independence so they can enjoy time with their loved ones as well.
Physical Therapy is much more to Gabe than rehabbing physical injuries. In his eyes, it is about connecting with people and building meaningful relationships to customize the perfect plan for them. Gabe is a ‘movement first’ PT that utilizes manual therapy, joint and soft tissue mobilization, and a gentle smile to empower his patients to reach their goals.
Before moving to Arizona in the summer of 2018, Taylor was a former collegiate basketball player at Dakota Wesleyan University in Mitchell, South Dakota where she received her Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training before pursuing her Doctorate in Physical Therapy at the University of South Dakota. She is certified in dry needling and has experience with pelvic floor physical therapy. Outside of work, Taylor enjoys golfing, woodworking, gardening, fishing and spending time outdoors.
Physical Therapy Assistant
Heather is a former international educator (Turkey, Dubai, Oman) with a Master’s in Education from ASU in Tempe who has retrained as a Physical Therapist Assistant at GateWay Community College in Phoenix. She is an LSVT Big certified clinician to help people with Parkinson’s Disease. Her physical therapy special interests include falls prevention in seniors via the Otago Exercise Program, rehabilitation of neurological patients, and wound care and lymphedema. She enjoys traveling and meeting people from other cultures, learning languages (she has studied German, Spanish, and Turkish), cooking and baking, going to the movies, attending Reformer Pilates classes, visiting the Desert Botanical Garden throughout the year, and growing desert plants (aloe varieties and desert roses) on her patio.