Lynn Brewer, MPT
Lynn Brewer, MPT earned her Master of Physical Therapy in 2001 from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore and an undergraduate degree from Shepherd College in 1998. Lynn has extensive clinical experience in the outpatient setting serving local communities.
Lynn has been instrumental in developing breast cancer rehabilitation programs, and has published a professional research article on the topic. She also has experience in treating a variety of diagnoses including urinary incontinence, vertigo disorders, balance disturbances, and a variety of orthopedic conditions. She is a national and MD state chapter member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), and belongs to the neurology, women’s health, and orthopedic special sections.
DeeAnn Chamblee, LPTA
DeeAnn earned her Physical Therapists Assistant degree from Carroll Community College in 2013. She has been licensed by the state of Maryland since early 2014. Since receiving her PTA license she has been practicing in an orthopedic clinic treating a variety of post-operative and general orthopedic patients. She joined the Frederick office of Active Physical Therapy in July 2017 and will be working as the Work Hardening / Work Conditioning specialist. DeeAnn continues to grow as a clinician by attending continuing education classes on a regular basis. Outside the clinic she enjoys spending time with her family and playing roller derby.
Lucas McCollum, LPTA, ACSM, USAT Level 1 Coach
Lucas graduated from Jacksonville State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Exercise Physiology and a minor in Nutrition. He played four years of Varsity Baseball for Jacksonville State University Gamecocks as a pitcher. After college, Lucas played two years of Independent League Baseball for the Selma Clover Leafs in the Southeastern League. He continued his education at Carroll County Community College in the Physical Therapist Assistant program, now working full-time as a LPTA. Lucas likes competitively participating in Triathlons, Cycling, and Running Races. In 2008, 2009, and 2013 Lucas competed in the prestigious Ford Ironman World Championship and The Foster Grant 70.3 Ironman World Championship. He has also competed in over 70 multi-sport events all over the world which includes representing Team USA for the ITU Long Course World Championship for the sport of duathlon and triathlon.
Lucas is a member of the highly talented Snapple Triathlon Elite Team and races in the Elite/Am division for the sport of triathlon and duathlon. He has over a dozen overall victories and has set course records at the sprint, Olympic and half-iron distance triathlons. According to USAT Lucas is ranked in the Top 10 in the USA and #1 in Maryland for triathlon and duathlon and has made All-American status the past 8 years.
Lucas specializes and enjoys treating sports related injuries from swimming, cycling, running, and pitching. He has completed multiple continuing education courses for treating multisport athletes and helping them achieve peak performance. Most recently he completed Orthopaedic Management of the Runner, Cyclist, and Swimmer. As well as treating patients with overuse injuries from sports, Lucas also is certified as a Clinical Exercise Specialist and Certified Health Fitness Specialist through the American College of Sports Medicine and helps people from all levels of ability achieve their fitness goals. Lucas currently works with athletes in many sports to develop overall strength, speed, agility, endurance, weight loss, and flexibility.
In 2014 Lucas was awarded a Certificate of Excellence in Clinical Instruction by Carroll Community College.
Corey Nininger, DPT
Corey Nininger earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore in 2018. Prior to this Corey earned his Bachelor’s degree in Health and Exercise Science from Messiah College in 2014.
Corey enjoys treating patients from a variety of conditions including: orthopedic, neurological, post surgical, vestibular and balance, sports and exercise related, geriatric, cardiopulmonary, and other forms of health and wellness care. Corey is excited to be practicing in Frederick, MD where he was born and raised. Corey graduated from Tuscarora High School in 2010 and was a member of the 2008 Boys Soccer 3A State Champions. Corey enjoys playing soccer, snowboarding, various water sports, and any form of staying healthy and active. Corey strives to make an impact in his community and for his patients to regain their functional ability and maintain a healthy and active lifestyle.
Lisette Rodriguez, LPTA
Lisette began an interest in Physical Therapy at a young age after her grandfather's stroke. After witnessing his recovery Lisette realized she wanted to be able to help other's improve their life functionally. Lisette earned her Bachelor of Science degree from Towson University in Exercise Science. She then continued on to obtain her Physical Therapist Assistant Associates Degree from Carroll Community College. While at Carroll Community, Lisette was placed at Active Physical Therapy in Frederick for a clinical rotation. She enjoyed her experience and learning environment so much so that when asked to join the company, she could not say no. Lisette has experience working in out-patient orthopedics and has an interest in neurological disorders and working with the geriatric population.