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Outpatient Rehabilitation

Our Acute Care Team

Our rehabilitation team uses an integrated approach to provide ongoing care for adults and children. We help you recover, renew and resume.

Andrew Bednarchik, MPT

Andrew was born, raised and schooled in Philadelphia, the “City of Brotherly Love,” and surrounding suburbs. A four-year stint in the U.S. Navy brought him to California in 1989 and he has been on the West (Best) Coast ever since. Andrew received his master’s degree in physical therapy from Samuel Merritt College in Oakland, Calif., in 1998 and has primarily worked in hospitals ever since. He is currently striving to improve mobility and function with a diverse patient population in an acute care setting.

In his free time, Andrew enjoys hiking and winter sports, particularly cross country skiing. Enjoying live music and traveling with his wonderful wife are passions as well. He also closely follows his favorite team, the Philadelphia Flyers.

Andy Sabatier, PT, DPT, CSCS

Andy received his doctorate in physical therapy from New York University and completed his critical care training at Stanford University Hospital’s cardiopulmonary ICU. Since arriving at St. Charles, Andy has spearheaded the development of a rehab team specifically dedicated to the ICU and IMCU. He is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.

Andy, who played on the lacrosse team at Auburn University, now coaches Summit High School’ varsity lacrosse team.

He is passionate about the outdoors and can most often be found with his wife Nicole on a chairlift or a trail.

Jen McCarthy, PT

Jen graduated from Chapman University in 2000 with a master’s degree in physical therapy. She started at St. Charles Health System in 2002 and has worked in many different departments as a physical therapist during that time. She likes working with a diverse patient population and being an integral part of a strong team.

She enjoys spending time with her family, biking, skiing, hiking, camping and traveling.

Karlee Dunn, OTR/L,CIMI

Karlee graduated summa cum laude from Colorado State University’s occupational therapy program in 1996. Karlee has worked in many areas of practice ranging from neonatal care to geriatrics. She has worked in nursing homes, home health, inpatient rehab, outpatient, acute care, transitional care, early intervention and in the public schools.

Karlee, who joined St. Charles in 2008, enjoys working with a wide variety of patients and floats to all floors and areas, including specialty clinics. Her passion and specialty training is working with infants. She has worked in the NICU for more than 18 years and is certified in infant massage and NIDCAP.

Kate Curran, PT, DPT, CI, CIMI

Kate graduated from Simmons College in 2007 with a doctorate degree in physical therapy. Passionate about pediatrics, Kate was fortunate to join the therapy team at Children’s Hospital Boston. She then moved to Florida where she spent several years at a trauma hospital expanding her acute care skills working with an adult population. Since starting her current position at St. Charles, Kate has been able to mix her passion for patients with acute polytrauma while expanding her pediatric experience to include coverage of our Level III NICU. She continues to support the growth of her profession as a clinical instructor and most recently obtained her training as a certified infant massage instructor.

Kate is excited to be back in Oregon near her family. She is enjoying the great outdoors of Central Oregon and recently started a family of her own with the addition of her daughter in 2016.

Lori Domarchuk, PT

After graduating with a degree in physical therapy from Northern Arizona University in 1989, Lori worked at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Phoenix, Ariz., in acute care. Her drive to master patient orthopedics and learn manual therapy techniques took her to California, where she enrolled in the Folsom (Norwegian-based) and the Maitland (Australian-based) programs for training. In the Kaiser Permanente system, she worked toward her CHT and specializing in the upper extremity, in particular post-hand surgery.

In 2003 she moved back to Central Oregon, where her career has taken her back to the acute care.

In her free time, Lori enjoys spending time with her husband and friends cross country skiing, downhill skiing, mountain biking, road biking and hiking around Bend with her springer spaniel.

Michell Kreft, OT/L, CDRS, BSOT

Michell graduated from Creighton University in Omaha, Neb. She currently works in acute care and is a driving evaluator and instructor for the disabled.

Michell is married and has three wonderful boys. She enjoys traveling, mountain biking and riding, and loves sports.

Miroslava Vishnevska, MPT, LMT, CYT

Miroslava received her master’s degree in physical therapy from Arcadia University in Pennsylvania and her bachelor’s degree in business from the University of Connecticut. She continues to stay current on her massage and yoga teacher certifications, which enables her to provide a more holistic approach when interacting with her patients. Her guiding principles in therapy are that the mind-body connection and an individual’s personal belief system have a tremendous impact on their ability to heal, progress and thrive.

Outside of work, Miroslava enjoys seeking out new experiences, whether they be kinetic, travelling or experimenting with her latest creative outlet.

Tom Freeman, PT

Tom grew up in Pendleton, Ore. After graduating from high school in 1966, he received a bachelor’s degree from the College of Idaho in 1970, and then graduated from the University of Iowa School of Physical Therapy in 1975. He joined St. Charles in1980, and works primarily with post-operative orthopedic patients.

Tom is married and has three grown children.

Tracy Halsey, OTR/L

A 2000 graduate of Creighton University, Tracy began her career in occupational therapy working in the inpatient rehab unit at Stanford Hospital in California and later moving to New York City, where she worked in the inpatient brain injury unit at Mt. Sinai Hospital. Since then, she has gained experience working in acute care, outpatient, skilled nursing and home health settings. Tracy has also spent many hours volunteering in multidisciplinary rehab medical teams in Vietnam, Ecuador and the Dominican Republic.

Tracy enjoys spending her free time with her husband and two young boys. Together they enjoy rock climbing, camping, surfing and are currently learning how to sail.