Chautauqua Physical & Occupational Therapy has added two staff members.
Tessa Mosier has been added to the clinical team. Ms. Mosier is joining the group as a physical therapist dividing her time working with young children in the Early Intervention Program through Chautauqua County and a variety of patients in the outpatient clinic in the Riverwalk Center.
Ms. Mosier is originally from Corry, Pa., and received her advanced degrees in psychology, sport exercise science and doctorate of physical therapy from Gannon University in Erie, Pa. She was inspired to become a therapist when she was a child. Her father was seriously injured in a motorcycle accident and Ms. Mosier chose to become a physical therapist after seeing his recovery.
Tessa Mosier and Julie Luce were recently added to the staff of Chautauqua Physical & Occupational Therapy.
In her free time, Ms. Mosier enjoys going to the movies, trying new food, shopping and watching the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Buffalo Sabres.
Julie Luce has been a speech language pathologist serving Chautauqua County for more than 13 years. Mrs. Luce is experienced in the field of pediatrics as well as a variety of individuals ranging in ages and diagnoses. Mrs. Luce received her bachelor's degree from Edinboro University and her advanced degree from the State University at Fredonia to complete her master's degree and graduate studies.
Mrs. Luce's hiring allows Chautauqua Physical and Occupational therapy to now offer a comprehensive approach through physical, occupational and speech therapy services.
Mrs. Luce is married and has two daughters. She works with children and adults who can gain from speech therapy to welcome more efficient communication and reduce frustration. She enjoys water skiing, hiking and other outdoor activities with her family.
For more information about Chautauqua Physical and Occupational Therapy, call 488-2322.