Meet Our PTs

Melissa Felder, P.T., D.P.T.

Melissa has been a practicing physical therapist since 1997 when she received her master’s in physical therapy from Northern Arizona University. She subsequently earned a doctor of physical therapy degree in 2005. She has extensive training in manual therapy including two years of study with the Phoenix Manual Therapy Course. At FMC, she provided inpatient therapy for five years and has been with the Outpatient Therapy department the last four years. She enjoys biking, skiing and spending time with her family.

Brad Lough, P.T.

Brad has worked as a physical therapist for Northern Arizona Healthcare in Sedona and Flagstaff since 2007. He graduated from Northern Arizona University with a master’s degree in physical therapy in 1999. Brad has worked in many areas of physical therapy, including the Emergency Department, acute care/inpatient and wound care. He currently is focusing on outpatient and aquatic therapy. When not working, Brad enjoys exploring the Arizona outdoors with his family and dog.

Suzanne Motsinger, P.T., D.P.T., C.S.C.S.

Suzanne received her master’s in physical therapy in 1991 and doctor of physical therapy in 2002, both from Northern Arizona University. She has been practicing physical therapy at FMC since 1991 and has been a Flagstaff resident since 1978. She is a certified strength and conditioning specialist with additional clinical expertise in wound care and spinal rehabilitation. As an outdoor enthusiast, Suzanne is an avid trail runner and telemark skier and is transitioning to bicycling.


 Hope Reece, P.T., M.S.

Hope graduated with a master’s in physical therapy in 1992 from Northern Arizona University.  Her primary areas of clinical expertise are in manual therapy, hand therapy, Pilates core  exercises ,wound care, and aquatic therapy . She enjoys working with individuals on ways to improve their posture and how this may improve many aspects of daily life. She has worked in the last year in the local community with gymnastist on ways to enhance their performance thru use of Pilates work and is teaching community based Pilates programs on the floor or mat work. She enjoys outdoor activities and water sports. Hope has been at FMC since 1993 and has been a resident of Flagstaff since 1986.

Kelly Rowell, P.T., M.S.

Kelly received her master's degree in PT in 1992 from Pacific University and has been a PT at FMC since 1999.   She works primarily in outpatient orthopedics, but has also keeps her PT skills deversified by working in the emergency department and Inpatient PT.  Kelly was a world Class swimmer, recieved a full swimming sholarship and traveled with US team internationally.  In her spare time you will find Kelly skiing, boating or hiking southwest canyons, or wood working.

Lisa TenBarge, P.T., D.P.T.

Lisa has been in Flagstaff for 21 years and has been working at FMC for 16 years, primarily in an outpatient orthopedic practice. She developed a program offering physical therapy services in the Emergency Department of FMC in March '04.  Lisa graduated from NAU in 1989 with a BS in Physical Therapy and completed her post-professional Doctor of Physical Therapy in 2005. She is very active in the American and Arizona Physical Therapy Associations. She enjoys hiking and mountain biking.

Jeff Beaupre P.T., M.A., A.T.C.

Jeff started his therapy career as a Certified Athletic Trainer. Then in 1995 he graduated from the University of New Mexico Physical Therapy Program. Since then he has treated patients in all areas of physical therapy from outpatient orthopedics, aquatic therapy, rehabilitation, acute care, home health, and skilled nursing facilities. He specializes in outpatient orthopedics and sports related injuries. His extensive experience makes him able to treat patients from all walks of life ranging from elite athletes to the geriatric population.


Tom DeMoulin, P.T.

Tom attended New Mexico State University where he received a BS (’80) and MS (’83) in biology.  While an undergraduate Tom competed on Division I varsity swimming and water polo teams.   After swimming competitively I switched to rock climbing and competing in martial arts tournaments. Tom graduated in 1995 from NAU's physical therapy program. Since then he has been involved mostly in outpatient orthopedic physical therapy. A former member of the Peaks Weightlifting Club, an NSCA CSCS (certified strength and conditioning specialist), and a registered Level I Club Coach for the USA  Weightlifting Federation, Tom’s current interests include rock climbing, road bike racing, and the occasional triathlon.