INSIDE SPORT & HEALTH
8250 Greensboro Dr.
Mclean VA 22102
Specialty Services Offered:
- Vestibular Rehabilitation
- Work Hardening
Take a Look Inside The Jackson Clinics Physical Therapy Clinic in Tysons (Inside Sport & Health)
Physical Therapy Clinic Tysons Staff
Phillip Ratliff, Clinic Director
Phillip Ratliff, PT, DPT, OCS
Education: Phillip is a 2012 Duke University graduate with his Doctorate in Physical Therapy. He completed his undergraduate work in 2009 at University of Tulsa in Tulsa, OK with a degree in Exercise Sports Science and a minor in Psychology. In 2012, he completed a specialty certification in Vestibular Therapy and Rehabilitation. He is also an active APTA member in the orthopedic and neurology section and a member of the vestibular/dizziness special interest group.
Specialties: Phillip has a strong interest and background in treating all orthopedic injuries and post-operative rehabilitation. He has worked closely with MD’s from the Steadman-Hawkins clinics for numerous post-operative care patients from high school through geriatric populations. Phillip also has a real passion for working with patients suffering from vertigo, dizziness, imbalance, and other vestibular disorders. He has worked extensively with conditions such as Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV), Unilateral vestibular loss, bilateral vestibular loss, Meniere’s disease, and disorders of the central nervous system. He is also plays an active role in the Jackson Clinics Vestibular Team and the further development of the company’s vestibular programs.
Fun Facts: Phillip is an avid sports fan of all types, although his heart lies with basketball. He has played basketball in competitive leagues since age 9 and has been a part of numerous intramural champions throughout his undergraduate and graduate career, including a championship won in Cameron Indoor Arena on Coach K Court. Phillip is a feverish Duke Blue Devil and Tulsa Golden Hurricane Fan. In his spare time, he can be found working out, shooting hoops in the local park, enjoying a good sports game on television, or hanging out with his friends and family.
Marcel Brown, Office Manager
Marquiese Hannah, Office Administrator
Quentin Pitts, Physical Therapist
Quentin Pitts, PT, DPT
Education: Quentin graduated from Radford University with his Doctorate in Physical Therapy in May 2021. He completed his undergraduate studies at Virginia Tech with a dual degree in a Bachelor of Science and a Bachelor of Human Nutrition, Food, and Exercise. Quentin is an active APTA member.
Specialties: Quentin has an interest in orthopedic injuries and post-surgical rehab including total knee/ hip replacements, rotator cuff repair, and ACL reconstruction. He has a strong interest in treating weightlifting and sports-related injuries. Quentin enjoys working with patients of all ages including those with neurological conditions to improve balance, coordination, and gait.
Fun Facts: Quentin is from Northern Virginia and grew up as a loyal Washington sports fan. In high school, he competed regionally in marching band as a saxophone player and rowed for the Stone Bridge Crew team. He enjoys playing all sports including soccer, basketball, softball, and tennis. Quentin has an interest in weightlifting and running, with plans to compete in the Richmond Marathon in 2021.
Ryan Kalkbrenner, Physical Therapist
Ryan Kalkbrenner, PT, DPT, OCS
Education: Ryan graduated from Drexel University with his Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Prior, he completed his undergraduate education at the Pennsylvania State University, graduating from the Schreyer Honors College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology. His honors thesis was completed investigating anatomical differences between sprinters and non-sprinters. Ryan has been an active APTA member since 2016, founding student physical therapy special interest groups across Pennsylvania.
Specialties: Ryan has a diverse background in treating orthopedic injuries and post-surgical rehabilitation such as rotator cuff and labral repairs, ACL reconstructions, and total hip/knee replacements. He also has a special interest in treating running and weightlifting related injuries, with significant experience coaching collegiate track & field athletes. Ryan is skilled in performing running gait analysis and enjoys educating the running community on improving performance and preventing injuries via weight lifting. Overall, Ryan is passionate about treating all orthopedic injuries and helping his patients avoid further injury or surgery when possible.
Fun Facts: In his spare time, Ryan loves being active through running, hiking, mountain biking, and fly fishing. He ran track & field for 9 years. During his undergraduate career, he was the sprinting/head coach of the Penn State Club Track & Field team, winning 2 national championships. Since retiring from track, Ryan now enjoys long runs and has since competed in the Philadelphia Half Marathon.
Guillemette Bodenreider, Certified Athletic Trainer
Guillemette Bodenreider, ATC
Melissa Donnellan, Exercise Specialist
More about our Physical Therapy Clinic in Tysons
Aquatic Therapy: Aquatic therapy is held Mondays and Wednesdays from 1:30pm to 2:30pm. Taught in a small group setting by one of our therapists, it is designed for patients with specific pathologies that may respond better than conventional land therapy. For more detailed information, patients may call our office and speak to one of our therapists.
Aquatic Therapy Hours are:
Monday – Thursday 11:00am – Noon
Health Club: We are located inside sport&health. Club Hours:M-Th: 5:00am-11:00pmFri: 5:00am-10:00pmSat: 7:00am-8:00pmSun: 8:00am-8:00pm Pool opens/closes 30 minutes before/after the club respectively. Guest Fees for TJC patients only$10/adult$10/children (15 and younger).
Child Care: Childcare is offered to TJC patients through sport&health. Hours:M-F: 9:00am-2:00pmM-F: 5:00pm-8:00pmSat-Sun: 9:00am-2:00pm Children must be between 8 weeks – 9 years old. $5 per child per hour for a 2-hour maximum stay. Children included in Family memberships may use childcare free of charge.
Metro Directions: We are now very easily accessible on the new Silver Line Metro (Greensboro Station). For more information, go to www.wmata.com.
Directions/Parking: Don’t get lost in the Tyson’s maze! New people coming to this facility usually get lost without the instructions below.
PARKING: Parking for The Jackson Clinics parking is available at 8260 Greensboro Drive (click here for Google Maps link to parking lot). Please view the parking lot on the attached map, and do not rely entirely on your GPS.
WE RECOMMEND TO PARK IN THE SPORT & HEALTH PARKING WHICH IS LOCATED IN THE GARAGE(NEAR THE SUBWAY SANDWICH SHOP. IF YOU NEED ELAVATOR ASSISTANCE YOU CAN GO TO THE 3 LEVEL OF THE GARAGE, WHICH HAS AN ELAVATOR. THE COST IS $1.00 FOR 3.5 HOURS. (BRING TICKET WITH YOU)
FINDING THE CLINIC: Our clinic is located inside Tyson’s Sport & Health. Please sign in at the front desk of Sport and Health and they will direct you to our exact location.
If you have difficulty walking more than 300 feet, please call our office so that we can work to accommodate your needs.
Don’t hesitate to contact our office at 703-388-0288 with any questions!