Jill Wagner, MS, PT - Physical Therapist and Owner

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Kathy Bailey, MS, PT - Physical Therapist

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Siobhan Girdner, OTR/L - Occupational Therapist

Siobhan is a graduate of the State University of New York at Buffalo with a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy. She has two decades of experience working as an occupational therapist in a variety of settings. Siobhan began her career working in pediatrics in a school-based program and then in a language development, center-based, school.

Her experience also includes work with adults in a trauma hospital in acute care, outpatient care and skilled nursing. Most recently, before returning to working with children in a clinic setting in March of 2014, she worked with infants and toddlers and their families in their homes doing early intervention.

Siobhan has received training in sensory integration, treating disorders of movement and postural control utilizing the Swiss gymnastic ball, vision therapy, myofascial release, neurodevelopmental treatment, early intervention and aquatic therapy. She completed her certification in Therapeutic Listening in July 2015 and is an active member of the American Occupational Therapy Association. Siobhan loves spending time with her husband and four children.

Annette Rice, MS, OTR/L - Occupational Therapist

Annette has experience in early childhood development and sensory integration. She has completed many courses covering the latest research in sensory processing disorders, including creating and incorporating sensory diets into family routines, and is currently working towards become certified in the DIR/Floortime model of practice. Her goal is to see each child grow and develop to their fullest potential and lead an experience-rich childhood. Annette received her Masters in occupational therapy from Rush University in Chicago, IL.

SMartha Segreti, DPT, PT- Physical Therapist

Martha Segreti received her undergraduate degree from Georgetown University and her Masters in Physical Therapy from Emory University in Atlanta Ga.

She began her career at Children’s Hospital in New Orleans La where she treated children with a wide range of neurologic and orthopedic diagnosis in both inpatient and outpatient settings. She was the PT in charge of the JRA, burn, and wheelchair clinics and helped establish PT treatments in the NICU. After moving to Maryland she worked at the Children’s National Medical Center outpatient clinic in Rockville, Md. Cerebral palsy, developmental delay and orthopedics were some of the diagnosis she treated along with sports injuries and post surgery needs.

After having her third of four children she took several years off. Returning to active practice Martha worked with adults at Holy Cross Hospital and elementary school age children in the Montgomery County public school system. She also is an adjunct professor at Marymount University.


Sarah Bush, DPT, PT - Physical Therapist

Sarah is a graduate of The College of William and Mary with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and of Marymount University with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy.

During her studies she developed a special interest in pediatrics. Her clinical rotations emphasized orthopedics, neonatal intensive care and pediatrics in a private clinic setting. Sarah has experience treating a wide range of patients including those with brain injury, cerebral palsy, spina bifida, DCD, torticollis and other orthopedic and neurological conditions. Sarah uses various modalities and techniques to treat her patients including but not limited to kinesiotape, therapeutic exercise, manual therapy, gait training, and neuromuscular re-education.

She is an active member in the APTA, including the Pediatrics, Aquatics, Orthopedics, and Neurological sections.

Myania Moses, OTR/L - Occupational Therapist

Myania Moses is the owner and director of Myania Moses and Associates Pediatric Occupational Therapy Services Inc. in Falls Church VA.  She has an education degree from the University of Michigan and her Occupational Therapy degree from Western Michigan University. With over 30 years of experience Myania is certified in Sensory Integration, Therapeutic Listening, The Listening Program and Interactive Metronome. Myania coaches parents/caregivers and trains candidates in the DIR/Floortime® Model for treating children with disorders of relating and communicating. Her current passion includes working with parents to help their children master the joys and hurdles along the way to independence at home, school and the community. She is looking forward to merging Myania Moses and Associates Inc. with Progressive Pediatric Therapy in order to provide interdisciplinary services to our clients.

Sophia Scott, MS, PT - Physical Therapist

Sophia graduated from Marymount University in Arlington Virginia with a Master of Science in Physical Therapy in 2002.

Since that time she has had the privilege of working with babies, toddlers, older children and teens in schools, client's homes and a private clinic setting. The clients she has worked with have presented with a range of developmental delays and neurological and orthopedic challenges.

Sophia currently continues to work with infants and toddlers and children with developmental delays, physical complications associated with prematurity, hypo and hypertonia, Down syndrome, torticollis and cerebral palsy.

She also continues to work with school age children and teens with strength, balance and coordination deficits due to cerebral palsy, spina bifida, and various genetic syndromes.

In the fall of 2010, Sophia completed her Level 1 training through the American Hippotherapy Association and now practices hippotherapy at Simple Changes Therapeutic Riding Center in Lorton, Virginia.

Kristin Vardakis-Spillane, MA, ATR- ArtTherapist

Kristin Vardakis-Spillane, MA-ATR, graduated SUNY Purchase with honors. She graduated with a BA in Painting and Psychology. She then went onto NYU where she again graduated with honors, with an MA in Art Therapy.

She worked in various hospital and clinical settings in New York City such as Bellevue Hospital and NYU Medical Center. After relocating to the Washington Metro area Mrs. Vardakis-Spillane then went on to work for Fairfax County Public Schools in a special needs capacity within emotional disabilities centers as an art therapist.

She is very familiar with the county's educational IEP system. Mrs. Vardakis-Spillane lives in Fairfax County with her husband and two children.