Dr Jefferson Holm, PT, DPT, NCS
Physical Therapist & Founder
Dr. Holm founded Advanced Neurologic Rehabilitation after recognizing a need for expert neurologic rehabilitation in Arizona. Dr. Holm is a board certified neurologic clinical specialist, a certified vestibular therapist, and has a background working with individuals with traumatic brain injuries, stroke, spinal cord injuries, Parkinsons, and MS. This experience has taught Dr. Holm that expert neurologic care requires a team of highly qualified, innovative, and competent individuals. While not at work, Dr. Holm enjoys spending time with his beautiful wife, Atrena, and his four amazing children.
Dr. Karlee McCloud PT, DPT
Lead Physical Therapist
Dr. McCloud graduated from the University of North Dakota in 2020. Following graduation, she has worked in various neurologic settings in Minnesota, Nevada, and Arizona. She is a LSVT BIG certified provider and is also a certified yoga instructor. Karlee enjoys working with patients who have a variety neurologic conditions including both pediatrics and adults, but has a special interest in treating post-concussion, brain injury, stroke, and Parkinson’s Disease. In her free time Karlee enjoys hiking, camping, traveling, and spending time with her family, friends, and dog.
Dr. Mallory Stolly, PT, DPT
Dr. Stolly DPT received her Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science at The Ohio State University in 2019. She continued her educational career and graduated with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from OSU in 2022. Through her clinical experience, she has developed a passion for working with individuals who have neurological conditions. She finds it extremely rewarding to see her patients work hard in therapy and conquer their goals. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, cycling, cheering on the OSU Buckeyes, and spending quality time with friends and family.
Lynette Lauterbach, PTA
Physical Therapy Assistant
Lynette graduated as a Physical Therapist Assistant from GateWay Community College in 2018. Since graduation, she has enjoyed specializing in neurological conditions and wellness programs for neurologic patients. Currently, she is working on competing the APTA’s PTA Advanced Proficiency Pathways in neurology. Lynette is certified in LSVT BIG as well as having a 500 hour yoga certification. She is also developing the Wellness Program teaching strengthening and yoga classes for neurological patients at ANR. Lynette also is involved with the APTA Arizona serving as PTA SIG chairperson and PTA Caucus alternate. When not working, she also enjoys spending time with her husband and three girls going hiking, yoga and enjoying musicals.
Bri Lewis, PTA
Physical Therapy Assistant
Dr. Sierra Wolf, OTD, OTR/L
Dr. Wolf received her bachelor’s degree in Anthropology at the University of Florida in 2009. After gaining some initial career experience, she discovered Occupational Therapy and the life-changing benefits it provides to patients. She went on to complete her Occupational Therapy Doctoral degree at Virginia Commonwealth University in 2020 with a doctoral experiential component focus on Assistive Technology design, implementation, and cross-professional education. Her prior clinical experience includes inpatient rehabilitation and adult outpatient. She has a passion for working with the neurological patient population and believes strongly in helping caregivers and patients achieve their best possible level of function to maximize independence and quality of life. In her free time, she enjoys taking on gardening projects, spending time with her husband, family and rescue pets, and enjoying the great outdoors.
Kylie Smith, OTM, OTR/L
Kylie graduated with her undergraduate degree in Interdisciplinary Health Sciences with a minor in holistic health from Western Michigan University in 2019. She then continued her education at Western Michigan University and graduated with her Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy in 2021. While in school, she obtained experience in both pediatrics and the adult neuro population. Kylie loves the field of occupational therapy because it allows her to use a holistic and meaningful approach while being a part of an individual’s unique recovery journey. When not working, she enjoys traveling, hiking, watching sports and spending time with friends & family.
McKenzie Uber, CCC-SLP
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 are worth her time. She finds it rewarding to see patients make progress toward their goals and use the skills and strategies she has taught them to be successful. She feels 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, baking, exploring new restaurants, reading, attending live music events, exploring new areas, and going to the theater.