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Noah Burton ,
PTA, CSCS, PWR Certification
Owner
Associate of Applied Science
Physical Therapist Assistant

Bachelor of Art
Exercise Physiology
Washburn University, Topeka, KS

Originally from Kansas, Noah moved to Keller, Texas in 2004.  He grew up in a rural community in western Kansas, before pursuing his college education in Topeka, Kansas.  He received an associate and bachelor degree from Washburn University in 2002.  Prior to partnering with Steve and opening Core Rehab, Noah was a clinic manager for 6 years with a large, nationwide Physical Therapy provider.  Since graduating, Noah’s continuing education has been strongly dedicated towards orthopedics, manual therapy, and sports medicine.  In November of 2004 he became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association.  He has completed a 6 month spine mentorship program in 2005, as well as being a Clinical Instructor for PTA students.  In 2009, Noah was recognized by the American Physical Therapy Association with Advanced Proficiency as a Physical Therapist Assistant specializing in orthopedics.  Noah is also a member of the Texas Physical Therapy Association, American Physical Therapy Association, and National Strength and Conditioning Association.  

When not caring for his patients, Noah enjoys spending time with his wife Jennifer, step daughter Addison, and son Ranger.  Other hobbies include weightlifting, running, mountain biking, golf and any fitness activity.  He has competed in 3 bodybuilding contests, winning his class in one of them, as well as competed in several local 5K’s and adventure races.  He also is an outdoorsman where he likes to hunt, fish, and camp.  

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Steve Biorn ,
DPT, CLT, CSCS, PWR Certification
Owner
Bachelors in Human Biology
Grand Canyon University, Phoenix, AZ

Doctor of Physical Therapy
Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ

After graduating summa cum laude in 2001 with his Doctorate in Physical Therapy, Steve moved to the central valley of California and ran two physical therapy clinics in Hanford and Corcoran CA for a small private practice. There he established athletic training programs at the local high schools, fitness testing and nutrition/exercise programs for firefighters, aquatic therapy, and lymphedema therapy programs. In 2007 he moved to Texas and managed a clinic in Grapevine for a large corporation until starting Core Rehab in 2009. Steve has done extensive continuing education in a variety of topics including strength and conditioning, sports therapy, manual therapy, taping technique, lymphedema, and Trigger Point Needling. He has been a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist since 2001 and a Certified Lymphedema Therapist since 2005. In 2013 Steve became certified to perform Trigger Point Needling.  He is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, National Strength and Conditioning Association, and the National Lymphedema Network. Steve also served a service mission in India for two years prior to attending physical therapy school.

When not caring for his patients, Steve enjoys all sports especially basketball and playing with, teaching, and spending time with his wife Shea and their four kids.

Shanna Payne
Shanna Payne
Director of Billing

Shanna is not only the Director of Billing for our Core team, but also the glue that keeps us all together! Shanna is the first employee hired at Core and has grown the business alongside Steve and Noah. She is a mom of five, and "Nay Nay" to one grand baby with another on the way! Shanna loves Winstar, the Rodeo, and is the Dallas Cowboys #1 fan!

Ingrid Quintas
Keller Receptionist
Kristen Edwards
Kristen Edwards
Director of First Impressions Keller

When Kristen isn't welcoming patients with her gorgeous smile, she is at home enjoying her new hubby and fur babies! Kristen is a lover of all things food and is a Starbucks aficionado! Kristen leaves a trail of sparkle everywhere she goes and leaves a smile on the face of everyone in her path!

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Ashlee Ford ,
DPT
Doctor of Physical Therapy
Bachelors in Exercise & Sports Science, Biology minor
Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX

Doctorate of Physical Therapy
Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX

Ashlee is a licensed physical therapist who grew up in Lubbock, Texas. She graduated with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. As a patient herself, Ashlee became interested in physical therapy at a young age. Being a high school athlete who sustained multiple knee injuries, Ashlee was able to see firsthand how a physical therapist can change the lives of their patients. She has worked in both inpatient and outpatient settings and through her personal and professional experiences she developed a passion for sports medicine. Her approach to physical therapy emphasizes a combination of an individualized, therapeutic exercise program and manual therapy interventions. With this approach Ashlee is able to facilitate optimal restoration of strength and motion for an improved quality of life, while providing an opportunity for each of her patients to reach their greatest rehab potential.

When Ashlee is not in the clinic treating patients she enjoys being outdoors, spending time with close friends and family during weekend get-togethers, playing and watching sports, traveling (especially around the great state of Texas), and of course supporting Texas Tech Football.

Jana Tumer
Director of First Impressions Justin
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Scott Bulger ,
DPT
Doctor of Physical Therapy
Bachelors in Electrical & Computer Engineering
Clarkson University, Potsdam, NY

Doctor of Physical Therapy
Texas Women's University, Dallas, TX

Scott Bulger, PT, DPT, earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Texas Woman’s University in 2015.  He also has a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Clarkson University, and prior to becoming a PT was employed as a computer software engineer and architect at tech companies, such as Texas Instruments and Sabre Holdings.

 

After experiencing injuries from long distance running and martial arts, Scott was inspired by the effectiveness of rehabilitative therapies, especially in the areas of manual techniques, and eventually initiated a career change into the field of Physical Therapy.  This change allowed him to pursue his passion to help patients regain their ability to participate in daily activities, hobbies, and social activities, up to their best level achievable.   He specializes in the area of pain solutions and utilizes specialized, hands-on approaches when it comes to rehabilitation, including deep tissue mobilizations with stretching, myofascial release techniques, and Trigger Point Needling.  He has certifications in Fascial Distortion Model, Mobilization with Movement, and Trigger Point Needling, which are all beneficial and restorative methods for improving range of motion, reducing pain, and increasing function.  He enjoys spending time with family, traveling, cooking, weight lifting, rock climbing, and integrating his mobile and web-based computer skills into physical therapy-based applications.

Gina Ross
Gina Ross ,
PTA, CLT
Physical Therapist Assistant
Liberal Arts AA Degree
Mount St Mary's University, Los Angeles, CA

Physical Therapist Assistant Degree
Mount St Mary's University, Los Angeles, CA

Gina is currently working at our Bedford office. She joined Core Rehab in July of 2017.  She received her Liberal Arts AA and PTA degrees from Mount St. Mary’s University in Los Angeles, CA. She received her lymphedema certification in 1999 learning the Vodder technique from Guenter Klose. She has also taken various breast cancer rehabilitation courses where she has learned various manual techniques to reduce Axillary Web Syndrome/Cording including myofascial release techniques, use of kinesiotaping, and therapeutic exercises specifically addressing breast cancer surgeries. 

Gina has an extensive background working with various diagnoses including treating inpatients and outpatients in a large hospital setting including wound care and aquatic therapy. She has educated RN’s regarding the treatment of lymphedema in a hospital setting. Gina enjoys helping patients return to their previous active lifestyles before their diagnosis.

A recent transplant from Southern California, she enjoys her new lifestyle spending time with her husband, 3 kids and a zoo. This zoo is complete with dogs, birds, a tortoise, turtles and fish and a duck! She enjoys gardening, swimming, yoga, decorating her new home, watching her kids play sports and spending time with her infant grandson.