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Picture yourself here.  Write your bio now.  Join a dynamic TEAM where culture is high, micro-management is low, and you and your opinions are truly valued.  Do what is right for the patient all the time and know that you make a difference.  Treat patients where they want to be treated and in the environment they are in most; their home.  Get Moving and apply now!

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Leanne McDowell, MS, CCC-SLP, Crew Leader

Originally from upstate New York, Leanne earned her Bachelor's degree in 1992 in Speech-Language Pathology from SUNY Cortland.  After working in the New York City public schools for 2 years while earning her Master's degree in Communication Disorders from Adephi University in 1994, Leanne returned to her upstate roots and began working at a local hospital where she treated both geriatric and pediatric populations.  This is where she found her true passion working with geriatric patients!    In 2000 she reconnected with and married her High School crush who is active duty in the US Navy.  Having bounced coast to coast several times due to her husband's career, Leanne was afforded the opportunity to work in a variety of geriatric rehab settings with many of the largest national rehab providers in the country.  She has spent more than half of her 25+ year career in various senior management positions and has seen first hand how the healthcare industry has changed over the years.  One of her biggest frustrations as a therapist is seeing her patients being discharged from

services prematurely and not able to receive the appropriate care that they so desperately need often due to transportation issues or physical limitations.  Because of this, she immediately fell in love with the concept and philosophy of On The Move Rehab- bringing therapy directly into the patient's homes where they need it the most!  Leanne is beyond thrilled to join our team and to launch On The Move Rehab in beautiful Coronado, CA where her husband is currently stationed. 

Bonnie Baczewski, DPT

Bonnie is a physical therapist from the Washington D.C. area that has been making California home since 2016. She is a graduate of the University of St. Augustine in Florida and her experience as a physical therapist includes post-surgical PT, geriatric PT with emphasis on general deconditioning and fall prevention, home health, and the chronic low back pain population.

Prior to beginning PT school, Bonnie worked as a full time personal trainer in the D.C. area. She continues to utilize her personal training certification, training clients on the side of her PT career. Her clientele has mainly consisted of athletes, ranging from club sport athletes to NFL players, the bariatric population, and the geriatric population. 

Bonnie’s love for the profession of physical therapy has only grown since graduating and her passion has become working with the aging population to ensure safety, allowing as much independence as possible, and overall bettering their quality of life. Bonnie originally moved to California for a travel PT position, where she planned to stay 3 months before moving to a new job. However, she fell in love with Southern California and has no plans to leave anytime soon. Outside of work, she loves to travel, spend time on the beach, workout, and hangout with friends.

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Nicole Quisao, MS, OTR/L

Nicole was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. She received her B.A. in Psychology at Saint Mary’s College in Notre Dame, Indiana, then completed her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy at Touro University in Henderson, Nevada. She has been a licensed Occupational Therapist since 2014, working with people across the lifespan. She has been refining her skills in various settings including skilled post-acute, inpatient acute, inpatient rehabilitation, and outpatient pediatrics. Nicole has always been an advocate of Aging in Place and previously created home safety and fall prevention documents.

Nicole is thrilled to join the On The Move Rehab Coronado Crew and looks forward to working with the aging population and their families to identify solutions for optimizing independence. She truly believes the aging population should be able to live life to the fullest safely in the comfort of their own homes and familiar environments!

Nicole and her husband made the move to San Diego in 2014, adopted their adorable dog, Aylee, and have since settled into the San Diego lifestyle. Outside of work, Nicole loves to spend time with her husband and dog, cook, try new restaurants, hike, travel,

workout, and explore the beautiful city of San Diego. She has also recently reignited her passion for dance, and has been taking classes in jazz, tap, contemporary, ballet, heels, and hip hop.

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