Todd Anderson, OT, CHT, CLT
Todd comes to us with an impressive 33 years of experience in occupational therapy, Todd brings a wealth of expertise and a passion for making a positive impact on the lives of patients. Graduating from Creighton University in 1990, Todd's journey as an occupational therapist has been nothing short of remarkable. He kicked off his career in Chambersburg, where he skillfully rehabilitated patients with a diverse range of conditions – from strokes to fractures, neurological issues to general debilitation. As if that weren't impressive enough, he even took the reins as the director of the work hardening program.
Fast forward to 2001, Todd's dedication led him to earn his certification in hand therapy while working in Martinsburg's outpatient setting. He continued to expand his skill set, obtaining a certification in lymphedema from the prestigious LeDuc school in 2008. Collaborating closely with hand surgeons throughout his journey, Todd has truly become a go-to expert in shoulder, elbow, hand, and lymphedema rehabilitation.
But wait, there's more to Todd than his incredible professional journey! When he's not busy helping patients regain their strength and mobility, you'll find him embracing the great outdoors. Todd's love for gardening, biking, hiking, and kayaking fuels his spirit and keeps him energized.
Brenda DeSutter-Gue, PT, LMT
Brenda received her physical therapy education from Bradley University of Illinois. In addition to her physical therapy certification she also holds a National Certification in Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork. Brenda specializes in shoulder therapy, women’s health diagnosis, manual therapy and massage. Brenda keeps up to date on new treatment techniques through her American Physical Therapy Association membership.
She helps students and teachers at Broadfording Christian Academy, and volunteers with various church groups in her spare time. She also enjoys reading, traveling, spending time outdoors and with family.
Michelle Bushneck, PTA
Michelle received her Bachelor's in Excercise Science in 2002 from the University at Buffalo. She then decided to pursue a career in rehabilitation, going on to attend Onondaga Community College with her Associates from the Physical Therapy Assistant program in 2004. In the past 14 years, Michelle has worked in the outpatient setting in a variey of different clinics on the east coast receiving her licenses in NY, PA, VA and MD. Michelle enjoys working with athlete's as well as the general population to return them to their prior level of function.
In her spare time, Michelle enjoys running, online scrapbooking, traveling and spending time with her husband and two daughters.
Jacki Hord, Insurance/Billing Office
After working for the County of Franklin in PA for 12 years, Jacki began working for O’Neill Physical Therapy in the insurance/billing office in 2004. After leaving for a brief time, she returned the office in 2011. She is married with one daughter.