Meet Our Office Staff

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Terra Scott

MSPT 

President/Owner

 

I was born and raised here in Colorado.  I graduated from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in 1999 with my master's in Physical Therapy.  I have always loved kids and through my clinical experiences at an outpatient pediatric clinic in Carbondale, CO and at Fletcher Miller School for special needs kids in Lakewood, CO, I found my passion in pediatric physical therapy.

After graduating, I worked for Jefferson County Schools at Molholm Preschool and at Fletcher Miller School for 2 years.  I worked with children ages 3 to 21.  I learned it was important to have excellent communication with the child's whole team of medical providers in order to help families be advocates for their child.  I also gained a lot of experience with medically fragile kids and adaptive equipment.  In 2002, I began working for various pediatric home healthcare agencies where I gained experience with children birth to 21 years old with many different diagnoses.  In 2003, I formed my own business, Milestone Pediatric Therapy Services, Inc., and joined a transdisciplinary Early Intervention team at Developmental Pathways where I am still an active member.

Since 2003, I have maintained contracts with three Community Centered Boards (RMHS, DP, & DDRC) which allows me to provide services to kids in much of Denver and the surrounding area.  I absolutely love the kids and families I work with.  I have experience working with kids with Down Syndrome, CP, Intrauterine Stroke, torticollis, plagiocephaly, SMA, prematurity, Cohen Syndrome, medically fragile children, Noonan Syndrome, hypotonia, dwarfism, less common chromosomal deletions, Juvenile RA, orthopedic conditions after injuries (leg fractures and surgeries), hip dysplasia, fibular hemimelia (prosthetic leg), general gross motor delays, Spina Bifida, and multiples.  I have enjoyed expanding my business over the years.  I currently employ Occupational, Physical and Speech Therapists who provide services for kids throughout Denver and the surrounding areas in Early Intervention and also at our pediatric therapy clinic located in Centennial.   I enjoy being a mentor to my team members and the PT students I take from the CU Denver PT program and Regis PT program.  I began having my own children in 2001.  In my free time, I enjoy being a mom to my four kids, running, hiking, and skiing.

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Katherine Brown

Administrative Director

 

Katherine was born and raised in Kosciusko, MS.  Katherine received her Bachelors degree in Psychology and Exercise Physiology in 2009 from Mississippi University for Women.  Katherine completed her clinical at Baptist Memorial Hospital in Columbus, MS in Cardiac Rehab and Pulmonary Care and Practicum/Internship in child growth and development including developmental disabilities. In 2020, Katherine completed her Masters Degree in Healthcare Administration, along with a certification in Executive Leadership from Mississippi University for Women. Katherine is also a veteran of U.S. Air Force.

Katherine has always been passionate about seniors and pediatrics. Katherine became more passionate about pediatrics while completing her practicum in developmental disabilities.  Katherine has management experience from pediatric home care agencies, as well as managing senior living facilities, and senior home care agencies.

Katherine enjoys spending time with family and friends, camping, cooking, traveling and reading.

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Scott Busteed

Clinical Director

M.S., CCC-SLP

 

A Nebraska native, Scott received his bachelor’s and Master’s of Science degrees in speech-language pathology from the University of Nebraska-Omaha in 2010 and 2013, respectively. An interim gap year provided him with an introduction to pediatrics while he served as an instructional assistant in an early childhood classroom for children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) in Dublin, Ireland. A member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) since 2013, he began his career in the Chicago area within the public schools before transitioning to pediatric outpatient settings.

Scott is skilled in the evaluation and treatment of childhood apraxia of speech, articulation & phonological disorders, fluency disorders, language impairment and social/pragmatic language. He is experienced with identification of and early intervention for Autism Spectrum Disorders, assessing children for use of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC), implementing positive behavioral supports, working with culturally- and linguistically-diverse learners, and co-treating with social workers, behavioral interventionists and occupational (OT) & physical (PT) therapists. His clinical training includes the Kaufman Speech to Language Protocol, Chmela Fluency Intervention, the SOS Approach to Feeding, the Beckman Oral Motor Protocol and Tobii-Dynavox AAC Evaluation & Programming. Scott enjoys facilitating social skills groups for children of all ages and is a Certified Provider for the Secret Agent Society Program.

Outside of the clinic, Scott loves exploring Colorado with his wife, Elizabeth, and their rescue pup, Gia. During his down time, he enjoys cooking, climbing, hiking, camping, running and traveling.

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Emilee Alread

Front Desk Coordinator 

Emilee is originally from Evergreen, Colorado and graduated with a Bachelors in Communication Studies from Colorado State University. After college she moved to Nashville, Tennessee for two years where she worked in the hospitality industry and gained a great deal of management experience. Now that Emilee is back in Colorado she is eager to explore her interest in the medical field. She loves working with kids and is looking to start working toward earning her masters degree next year. Emilee and her fiance have two dogs, Darcy the hound and Schmitt the dalmatian. She enjoys traveling and trying food from all over the world.