Physical Therapists

Todd Cadby, MS, PT, ATC

Todd Cadby, MS, PT, ATC, CGFI

Todd Cadby, MS, PT, ATC, CGFI has had more than 20 years experience in athletic training and sports medicine. He has an undergraduate degree from Oregon State in Sports Medicine where he graduated with honors. He went on to graduate school at Arcadia University in Philadelphia to obtain his Master of Science in Physical Therapy. Todd has attended many continuing education courses over the years. Some of the course topics have been: vestibular, spine, shoulder, knee, TMJ dysfunction, and foot and ankle rehabilitation. However, his favorite courses have been through The Ola Grimsby Institute focusing on manual techniques and Medical Exercise Therapy. Todd has written several articles that have been published in various medical journals, rehab magazines, and protocol publications.

Upon opening Rebound in 2001, Todd said, “I want to provide the highest quality physical therapy available. Quality therapy is not found in all the bells and whistles of rehab it is found in the experienced hands of a dedicated PT.” Todd is certified through the Titleist Performance Institute as a Golf Fitness Instructor. Todd started Rebound Golf Performance to help golfers achieve their best golf game by addressing their personal physical limitations and correcting them, or learning how to overcome them.

Todd and his wife, Leslie, own Rebound and have worked together for most of his career. They have two children, Ryan and Jessica who are active in sports and many other extracurricular activities. In his free time, you can find Todd watching his kids play soccer, or out with his family on Lake Powell. When it is too cold for boating you’ll find Todd playing golf on one of the many Valley courses or heading to the high country for a little snow skiing.

Becky Stone

Becky Stone PT, MPT, COMT

Becky grew up here in Scottsdale and traveled south to Tucson where she attended the University of Arizona. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Physiology. Her interest in the human body and how it functions was ignited! She continued her education and graduated from California State University, Northridge with a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy. Becky has completed a postgraduate certification program in Orthopedic Manual Therapy from the Ola Grimsby Institute. She is also a certified ASTYM provider. Although Becky is an orthopedic PT here at Rebound, she has a special interest in treating vestibular cases, and she is LSVT BIG certified to treat people with Parkinson disease via an intensive amplitude-based treatment protocol. She is dedicated to providing effective and compassionate care with a multifaceted treatment approach to help her clients achieve their goals and return to their daily activities and sports they enjoy.

In her free time, Becky likes to catch the latest movie, try new restaurants with her husband and friends, or pack up the jog-stroller and take her son for a run.

Shaun Rice

Shaun Rice, PT, DPT

Shaun grew up in Arizona in the East Valley and attended Dobson High School. He graduated from Concordia University Irvine, CA with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication with Business emphasis. While an undergraduate Shaun played soccer and was actually the captain of the Concordia University Men’s Soccer Team.

After college, Shaun played professional indoor soccer for San Diego Sockers.

Upon completing his professional soccer career, Shaun began his career in the finance/investment industry. Although he enjoyed the investment industry, he didn’t enjoy sitting at a desk and computer all day. He wanted a more active career and wanted to help people be active, so went back to school to become a physical therapist.

He graduated from A.T. Still University Arizona School of Health Sciences with a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in August, 2012. Orthopedic physical therapy, or working with patients after surgery, sports injuries, or any other type of musculoskeletal injury became his passion. He loves foot and ankle pathologies! However, he really enjoys the complexity of working with shoulders too.

Has been coaching competitive youth soccer in the valley for 7 years… currently head coach of three competitive club teams and trainer for three other teams at Desert Foothills Soccer Club.

When Shaun is not in the office or on the soccer field you can find him spending time with family and friends especially his little niece and nephew who want to be soccer stars when they get older, running, hiking, backpacking, traveling, going to and watching movies, watching NFL football, following the financial markets, and trying new restaurants.

Wendy Wood

Wendy Wood, PT, DPT

Wendy grew up on the East Coast and went to college at Auburn University where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree. She went on to become a licensed physical therapy assistant after graduating with her Associate of Applied Science from a Physical Therapy Assistant program in Illinois. She worked for several years as a physical therapy assistant where she discovered her passion for the field of rehabilitation. She then decided to continue her education and become a physical therapist. Wendy graduated from A.T. Still University in Mesa with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2009.

Wendy has practiced in a variety of clinical settings including acute care, skilled nursing and in work hardening/conditioning programs. Her preferred area of practice and area of expertise is in private practice outpatient orthopedics treating patients with a variety of musculoskeletal injuries. She enjoys treating patients of all ages, various health and fitness levels and with a variety of work or recreational demands. Her ultimate goal is improving her patients’ functional performance level and enhancing their quality of life.

Wendy’s personal mission is to grow with the physical therapy profession as the trend in healthcare becomes more to employ a more preventative care approach to medicine. She hopes to help usher in this shift by addressing whole body systems and total body movement patterns and most importantly, to utilize physical therapy-based diagnostic categories in order to optimize treatment strategies for more personalized care and to improve patient satisfaction and outcomes.

Outside the office, she enjoys any physical activity that allows her to spend time outside in the beautiful Arizona desert. She loves in particular hiking and playing tennis.

Michelle Jones

Michelle Jones, PTA

Michelle received her Associates Degree, with Honors, in Physical Therapy Assisting from Gateway Community College and became a Board Certified Physical Therapy Assistant in 2012. Her clinical experience includes providing physical therapy services in hospitals, home health, and orthopedic outpatient facilities. She was recently certified in the LSVT Big Program that focuses on treating individuals with Parkinson’s Disease. Her passion for health and fitness is evidenced by over 20 years experience as a personal trainer and group fitness instructor, holding current certifications with both ACE and AFAA. Her clients will attest to the fact that she is hard working, creative, truly motivating and dedicated to helping her clients achieve their goals. She regularly attends continuing education courses to further her physical therapy and group training knowledge so that she may provide the best possible care to her clients and patients. Michelle is proud to be part of a team that not only values knowledge but is constantly pursuing it and applying it to what they do.

In her free time Michelle can be found training for her next race on the local desert trails with her favorite German Short-haired pointer, at the gym with friends, or checking off her next “bucket list” adventure with her husband or one of her four kids. She is an avid volunteer for the Special Olympics FUNfitness Program, spends many afternoons helping at her youngest son’s school and recently became a proud Navy Mom when her oldest son became a Naval Officer. She is truly happy when all the seats are filled at the dinner table!