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Dr. J. Glen House joined the Penrose-St. Francis Rehabilitation team in 2001, after completing a fellowship in Spinal Cord Injury Medicine at the Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation. Dr. House completed his residency and served as chief resident at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, TX, and earned his medical degree from the University of Washington School of Medicine.
Assuming the role of Medical Director in January, 2003, Dr. House is an expert in rehabilitation of spinal cord injury and brain injury. His own personal recovery from a spinal cord injury suffered in a ski accident in 1990 is an inspiration to his patients and provides instant credibility to those struggling to piece their lives back together.
Dr. Guerrero joined the Penrose-St. Francis Rehabilitation team in 2006. He went to medical school at the University of the Philippines and then went on to do his internship with Evanston Hospital, a part of the Northwestern University system in Illinois. After completing his Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation training at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Dr. Guerrero specialized in Musculoskeletal, Occupation, and Sports Medicine at the University of Texas, in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona with Dr. Andrew Weil, and in Medical Acupuncture at UCLA. He is Board Certified in both Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Pain Medicine.
Dr. Guerrero is known for his work with neuromusculoskeletal problems and holistic integrative approaches that maximize function and minimize symptoms. Dr. Guerrero loves to teach, is very approachable, and his cheerfulness touches the hearts of patients and staff as well.
Dr. Michael Nunley earned his doctorate at the University of North Dakota. This was after completing his internship in rehabilitation neuropsychology at Rush Presbyterian St. Luke's Medical Center in Chicago. It was at that point that he became employed by his mentor, Dr. Mitchell Rosenthal, who was one of the most influential neuropsychologists in the field of brain injury rehabilitation. Thus, Dr. Nunley's training and vocational interests have been strongly devoted to the rehabilitation of those suffering from neurological injuries.
He came to Colorado Springs in 1992 to assist in developing an outpatient program for patients with acquired/traumatic brain injury. After several years, he then joined the staff of an acute care hospital developing rehabilitation programs, for in- and outpatients, which focused on neurological populations. He concurrently was consulting in Greely, CO with a residential/day treatment program for survivors of head injury.
Over the past decade, Dr. Nunley has focused on sports-related head injury. How such injuries affect individuals, aiding them feel better with treatment and referrals, assisting them back into school/work environments, and helping them return to work and play have taken up the majority of his time.
In his spare time, he enjoys his family, three rescue dogs, and watching college football.
Anne has been a physical therapist at St. Francis Medical Center since 2015. She has been a practicing physical therapist since 2013 after graduating with a Doctorate of Physical therapy from Creighton University in Omaha, NE. Anne works in the outpatient setting providing therapy services to patients with a variety of musculoskeletal and neurological impairments. Anne has attained certification in LSVT BIG for treatment of Parkinson’s disease. Anne has a passion for treating patients through education regarding their overall health empowering them to achieve the highest level of health and function possible. Outside of work Anne enjoys hiking, running, yoga and skiing.
Emily has been a physical therapist at St. Francis Medical Center since 2015. She has been a practicing Doctor of Physical Therapy since 2007 following graduation from Rockhurst University in Kansas City, MO. Emily has specialized in treating orthopedic patients including educating patients thereby enabling the patient to better treat themselves assisting them in meeting their expected goals. She has particular interest in postural correction and core strengthening as a foundation for all movement. In her spare time Emily enjoys reading, cooking, hiking, traveling and skiing.
Sue has her Masters of Physical Therapy; she graduated in 2000 from the University of Missouri in Columbia. Sue worked in a variety of settings prior to coming to St. Francis Medical Center in 2013. These settings include inpatient, acute care, sports medicine and inpatient rehabilitation. She has expertise with the neurologically involved patient population in addition to treating concussions, vestibular dysfunction, orthopedic and the amputee population. She has a passion of working with persons undergoing cancer treatment as she is herself a two time cancer survivor. Outside of work Sue spends her spare time skiing in the winter, golfing in the summer and traveling.
Carrie is a Speech-Language Pathologist at St. Francis Medical Center; she joined the team in 2013. Carrie graduated with her Master of Science degree in 1992 from the College of Saint Rose in Albany, NY where she had spent most of her life. She has been working as an SLP for over 29 years and enjoys caring for people of all ages with a special interest in treating Dysphagia and Pulmonary disorders for Tracheostomy, Ventilator- dependent patients, Voice and Communication for Head and Neck Cancer including evaluation, fitting/placement of Tracheoesophageal Voice prostheses for alaryngeal voice/speech restoration. She also enjoys working with concussion/traumatic brain injury and cognitive impairments. Carrie resides in Falcon and has two awesome kids. She is an accomplished pianist, enjoys taking walks and traveling with her family.
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