Dr. Jefferson Holm, PT, DPT, NCS – Owner
Founded Advanced Neurologic Rehabilitation after recognizing a need for expert neuro rehabilitative care in Arizona. Over the past several years, Dr. Holm has worked closely with several innovative rehabilitation companies gaining valuable experience working with adults who have suffered a traumatic brain injury, stroke, spinal cord injury, Parkinson’s disease, and Multiple Sclerosis. This experience has taught Dr. Holm that expert neurologic care requires a team of highly qualified, innovative, and competent individuals. Dr. Holm has been recognized by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties as a Neuro Clinical Specialist and by the American Physical Therapy Association as a certified vestibular therapist. He is also a certified provider in the LSVT BIG program for Parkinson’s treatment. Dr. Holm has been married 10 years to his beautiful wife Atrena and has four amazing children. When Dr. Holm is not at work, he enjoys swimming, running, spending time with his family, and serving in his church and community.
McKenzie pursued her undergraduate degree from Northern Arizona University and completed her master’s degree at Texas State University. She became a speech-language pathologist because she feels her patients’ voices is worth her time. She finds it rewarding to see patients make progress towards their goals and use the skills and strategies she has taught them to be successful. She feels so fortunate to work with patients who welcome her into their lives and share their stories. When time and resources permit, she loves to travel, enjoy spending time with family and friends, trying new restaurants, reading, listening to live music, exploring new areas and going to the theater.
Taylor Hill, COTA/L
Taylor received her Bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences, emphasizing in Gerontology from Boise State University in 2017. She continued her education to receive her Occupational Associate in Occupational Therapy in 2019. Taylor chose to practice in the field of occupational therapy because she is a proponent of “the whole person,” holistic approach, that the field of occupational therapy is deeply rooted in. It is important to Taylor to focus on what is meaningful and purposeful to each patient and incorporate their why into treatment. In Taylor’s spare time she enjoys skiing, hiking, snowshoeing, crocheting and traveling to see friends & family.