At Therapydia Tampa, we believe in personalized, one-on-one treatments based on your unique body and individual goals. Whether you’re looking to recover from an injury, improve your athletic performance, or just make sure your mechanics are performing at the optimal level, we’re here to help you along your path to lifetime wellness.
The sun-lit, boutique environment at Therapydia Tampa offers a physical therapy experience that is both encouraging and casual; because why shouldn’t treatments be fun? Our physical therapists are highly-trained in a variety of physical therapy and wellness practices, including TRX, Pilates, and dance medicine, and selected based on their higher education and extensive clinical experience. With a strong belief in patient satisfaction, we want to help you achieve your goals, whatever they may be. We pride ourselves on being the highest rated physical therapy clinic in Tampa.
Learn more about our physical therapy team and how they can start you on your path to lifetime wellness today:
Meet our Tampa physical therapy team
Sherrice Broussard Rose, PT, DPT, CGFI
Sherrice has practiced evidence based physical therapy for nearly a decade with emphasis on movement assessment, manual therapy, total body wellness, optimal performance and injury prevention. Sherrice is a 2004 graduate of Emory University with a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree and a 1999 Bachelorof Science Degree in Microbiology. Sherrice specializes in Pilates and dance medicine where she has assisted in the conditioning and rehabilitation of ballet dancers, during the in-season and off-season. Sherrice is a member of the STRAZ CENTER-PATEL CONSERVATORY faculty staff as a Mat Pilates instructor. Sherrice attained her Certified Golf Fitness Instructor designation through the Titleist Performance Institute in 2012 & utilizes the latest research in golf fitness, health and swing biomechanics to assess a golfer’s physical and movement limitations, golf swing and correct any specific deficits that may affect his/her golf game. Sherrice is also Active Release Technique (ART) certified, the gold standard of soft tissue treatment for sports injuries.
Kelsey McCollom, PT, DPT, RYT
Kelsey graduated from the University of South Florida with her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2014 and previously attained her Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology Studies from Illinois State University in 2011. Her practice focuses on a kinesis myofascial integration approach to resolving movement impairments and functional deficits. She combines a manual, hands-on approach to care in order to correct movement impairments with functional movement re-patterning through therapeutic exercise. She has been catering to the sport and orthopedic clientele in the Tampa Bay area for the past year. Kelsey has experience working with a wide spectrum of recreational, youth, and professional athletes. Her mission is to educate the public on the benefits of working with a physical therapist or movement expert. Through the analysis of functional movement, physical therapists can not only treat the patient’s primary complaint, but prevent future reoccurrence, as well as thwart future injury. Her passion is helping each of her clients achieve optimal functional performance through her guidance and motivation.
Mary Deaderick, PT, DPT, COMT
Mary is new to the Tampa area by way of Memphis, Tennessee. She has been working in the outpatient orthopedic physical therapy setting there since graduating from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in 2011. She completed my Certification in Orthopedic Manual Therapy in 2013 through Maitland Australian Physiotherapy Seminars. She is driven by a passion for helping people achieve their health goals, whether that be completing their first triathlon or gaining enough strength to walk to the mailbox on their own. Exercise and movement are the keys to a better quality of life, and she loves being in a position where she can help people live fuller and healthier lives. She works to achieve this through the use of manual therapy, functional movement assessment, and an individualized exercise program to reduce pain, correct movement dysfunction and improve overall ability. Through her own experience as a lifelong athlete, she has developed a special interest in treating runners and endurance athletes of all levels. She has participated in multiple 5Ks, 10Ks and half marathons and recently completed her RRCA run coaching certification to help athletes through the training process. Road cycling is also a new interest of hers, and she is working towards a BikePT certification to better serve all of her endurance athletes! One of the things she’s most excited about living in Tampa is that she can get on my road bike outside pretty much all year round! No more snow for her!Through the treatment process, she works together with you to set goals and create an individualized program to help you achieve them. She is excited to bring her skills and experience to the Therapydia Tampa team. Be sure to come with some good restaurant and outdoor activity recommendations to help her get to know Tampa better!
Cynthia Marshall OTR/L CHT
Hand Therapist / Occupational Therapist
Cynthia is a proud "Air Force Brat" who was born right here in Tampa. After following "Major Dad" from Massachusetts, Puerto Rico, to New Hampshire, she graduated from Eastern Michigan University in 1980. An internship at Morton Plant Hospital in Clearwater brought her back to Tampa Bay where she was hired following the internship. The desire to live in California and expansion of therapy into skilled nursing homes lead her West for 23 years where she experienced many facets of occupational therapy including acute and rehabilitation hospitals, outpatient and home care. She has worked in child, adult, and geriatric psychiatric inpatient environments as well as an eating disorders unit; most of these located in Orange County, CA. Other experience included the Stamford, CT school system as well as in more non-traditional facilities including contracting to Catholic Charities homes for critically involved children, community homes for the brain injured, work ergonomic assessment and adult day-care. Since passing the Certification for Hand Therapy (CHT) in 2012, she has been specializing in hand therapy as a part of Florida Orthopaedic Institute. Cynthia looks forward to being a big help at Therapydia to help clients with hand, neurological difficulties or Wellness interests that have difficulty in attaining before/after school/work appointments.
Affy comes from a strong administrative background, having earned her Bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences from the University of South Florida with concentrations in Public Health and Healthcare Administration. She’s currently pursuing her Masters of Public Health in Epidemiology. When she's not working or studying, Affy enjoys travel and road tripping. She's new to the Tampa area so be sure to make her feel welcome if you see her around the office!
Hear from our physical therapists
Our physical therapists have treated a variety of conditions including back pain. Since most people spend a majority of their time sitting at the office, it’s estimated that 54% of Americans who experience back pain spend most of their workday in a sitting posture. Learn more about how physical therapists help to treat back pain.