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We are building a medical team of forward-thinking specialists that offer the most innovative treatment approaches to the people in Orlando!

Ron Miller

Ron Miller, DPT, OCS, Cert. DN

Doctor of Physical Therapy
Board Certified Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Clinical Specialist
Post-Doctoral Orthopaedic Residency Trained
Certified in Dry Needling
Titleist Performance Institute Certified

“Here at Pursuit, we believe in truly solving the root cause, customizing treatment and getting you pain free in the fewest amount of sessions. This is the principle that I built Pursuit on and what continues to make us successful in helping the people of Orlando get pain-free with great long-term results”

Dr. Ron Miller is the owner and founder of Pursuit Physical Therapy. Dr. Miller received his Bachelor of Science in Sports Medicine from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. In 2008, he received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of South Carolina where he also published his dissertation: “The change in the diffusion of water in normal and degenerative lumbar intervertebral discs following joint mobilization compared to prone lying” to study the effects of manual therapy in the treatment of low back pain using new DWI technology with MRIs. He then went on to complete a Post-Doctoral Residency in Orthopedic Physical Therapy at Florida Hospital, where he furthered his specialized training and published research: “Application of Regional Interdependence in a 20-Year-Old Male Baseball Player with Recurrent Non-Specific Low Back Pain: A Retrospective Case Report”, highlighting a new treatment concept of how impairments in other neighboring joints influence the primary complaint of pain. Dr. Miller is credentialed by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) as a board-certified orthopedic clinical specialist. Dr. Miller also has advanced manual therapy and dry needling training with the American Academy of Manipulative Therapy. He is considered an expert in orthopedic physical therapy and has published multiple research manuscripts in peer-reviewed journals.

Dr. Miller is an active member of the APTA, Florida Physical Therapy Association (FPTA), American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapist (AAOMPT), and is currently elected as an Assembly Representative for the East Central District of the FPTA. Dr. Miller is also adjunct faculty for the University of Central Florida Doctorate of Physical Therapy program where he is actively participating in current physical therapy research. Dr. Miller’s special interests include the treatment of cervical and low back pain, spinal disorders, sports injuries, manual therapy, golf-related injuries, running injuries, and solving complex patient cases that have failed other treatment approaches. He prides himself on getting his patients better faster, by using the most current evidenced-based interventions, and doing what is best for the patient’s goals.

His core belief is that it is not about the physician, the physical therapist, or the insurance company: it is about what is truly best for the patient. Dr. Miller lives in Orlando, FL, and enjoys promoting a healthy lifestyle, running, golfing, fishing, hunting, reading, and spending time with his better half Haley and 5 year old old daughter Sienna.

Carey Rothschild

Carey Rothschild, DPT, OCS, SCS, CSCS, CKTP

Doctor of Physical Therapy
Assistant Professor at the University of Central Florida
Board Certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist
Board Certified Sport Clinical Specialist

Dr. Carey Rothschild is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program at the University of Central Florida.  Dr. Rothschild earned a Bachelor of Health Science in Physical Therapy in 1999 from the University of Florida and a Doctor of Physical Therapy from Boston University in 2005.  She became board-certified in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy in 2006 (recertified 2016) and in Sports Physical Therapy in 2012.  In 2018 she completed the course work for the Certificate of Achievement in Pelvic Physical Therapy.  Her 19 years of clinical practice has been in the areas of orthopedics and sports medicine.  Her research interests include management of running injuries, conditions of the female athlete, and pain neuroscience education.  Dr. Rothschild is an avid runner and triathlete having completed numerous races including the Boston Marathon.

Michael Fabrick

Michael Fabrick, DPT, Cert. DN

Doctor of Physical Therapy
Certified in Dry Needling
Professional Tennis Tour Physical Therapist

Dr. Michael Fabrick was born and raised in Hanover, Pennsylvania and attended Slippery Rock University where he received his Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science. He then went on to receive his Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy in May of 2020. While in school, Dr. Fabrick worked as both the assistant coach and strength and conditioning coach for the SRU Women’s Tennis team. In 2017 he designed both a sports performance and injury prevention program that is still utilized by the tennis team at SRU today. During his final tenure as a Doctoral intern, he trained underneath Todd Ellenbecker, who is one of the world’s leading experts on shoulder rehabilitation and is the Vice President of Medical Services for the ATP World Tour. It was at this time, Dr. Fabrick gained his experience in the rehabilitation of recreational, junior, and elite tennis players.

Upon graduating from school, Dr. Fabrick immediately began working and travelling on the professional tennis tour as a Private Physical Therapist to top American, CiCi Bellis. Here he was tasked with handling all aspects of rehabilitation, match preparation, and physical recovery efforts while training in the States and traveling to tournaments abroad. His expertise lies in treating upper extremity injuries, but also enjoys helping patients with back, hip, or leg pain. He is passionate about connecting with his patients and finding a way to lead them back to full health. Additionally, Dr. Fabrick also has his training in advanced manual therapy techniques and dry needling through the American Academy of Manipulative Therapy in order to further specialize.

In his free time, he enjoys outdoor activities like tennis, golf, spikeball, frisbee, disc golf, hiking, and swimming. When he’s not being active, he enjoys the challenge of learning guitar, finding new music, and serving others. He loves being challenged to become better at something new and achieve lofty goals. Most importantly, he is passionate about his faith and serving in his local church and community.

Chris Parks

Maryann Daniels, PT, MCMT, IDN

Physical Therapist
Certified in Dry Needling
Mastery Certified in Manual Therapy
Pelvic Floor and Post-Partum Specialist

Maryann was originally born in Connecticut but moved to Florida with her family at the age of 9 and she grew up in Jupiter, Florida. She then went to college at the University of Central Florida for her undergraduate degree and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in physical therapy in 1996.

She started her career by gaining valuable experience with orthopedic patients at locally here Florida Hospital Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation. Then, in 2002, she moved to California where she received advanced training in manual therapy through Hands On Seminars and Dr. Dimitrios Kostopoulos, DPT, MD, PHD, DSc.  There in California, she worked at an outpatient orthopedic clinic where she became proficient with spinal, pelvic, SI Joint, and various other orthopedic dysfunctions.

After starting a family with her husband, she moved back to the Central Florida area and began working at a physician owned orthopedic practice in 2007.  Here she continued her advanced manual therapy training and gained valuable knowledge while working alongside some of the top orthopedic physicians in Orlando.  In 2014 she received her Mastery Certification in Manual Therapy from Hands On Seminars. Then in 2021 she became certified in Intramuscular Dry Needling from the University of St Augustine. She then continued to become proficient with various orthopedic dysfunctions with developing a love for the pelvic girdle and spine. Additionally, she received advance training in women’s health and pelvic floor dysfunctions through Herman Wallace Training.  

Maryann has developed a very strong background in biomechanics and orthopedics which enables her to provide the highest level of care for her patients.  She believes strongly in integrating a hands-on- therapy with exercise and education to allow her clients to learn about their bodies and take ownership of their health.  In her free time, she loves being active with her husband and kids. She enjoys camping, biking, and going to the beach.

Chris Parks

Kayla Cook, DPT, HPS, CSCS

Doctor of Physical Therapy
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
Hesch Sacroiliac Practitioner
Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Specialist
Volleyball Specialist

Dr. Kayla Cook was born and raised in Northern California and received her undergraduate degree in Kinesiology from California State University in Sacramento.  She then received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from The University of St Augustine for Health Sciences.  After doing her physical therapy clinical rotations in Florida, she loved it so much that she decided to move to Florida.  Kayla has extensive manual training through her training at St. Augustine and then built it through her clinical rotations where she worked under our very own Maryann Daniels, PT where she continued to learn advanced manual therapy techniques.  From there, Kayla took an invested interest in the sacro-iliac joint and took advanced training from renowned specialist Dr. Hesch and the Hesch Institute to earn her certification as a Sacroiliac Joint Practitioner.  Kayla also specializes in working with patients with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS). As an EDS patient herself, Kayla has a unique insight on the condition and how to work with patient’s symptoms. She spent many years herself going through the motions with no answers and wants to make sure that no one else goes through the same experience and everyone is heard.   She has advanced training with EDS which allows her to perform the most latest and innovative techniques with EDS patients.

Kayla has a background as a volleyball athlete and coached competitively for 9 years working with young athletes from ages 12-18. She has taken her love of coaching and applied it into a continued love for physical therapy and analyzing and breaking down movements and teaching others.  As a former athlete and coach, Kayla has a love for mechanics and getting to the root of a problem.  She likes to address mechanics with manual therapy in conjunction with strengthening in order to help her patients achieve their goals. She enjoys working with young athletes, volleyball plyers, cervical pain pathologies, and sacro-iliac dysfunctions.  In her free time she loves to travel, be outdoors camping and hiking, attending sporting events, and has a goal of going to every MLB ballpark.

Sherry Mace

Jade Geiger

Pursuit Concierge Specialist

Pursuit Physical Therapy is committed to providing the best treatment and to exceed expectations throughout your patient experience. We take every measure possible to make sure every patient’s journey towards recovery is an easy one. We are pleased to introduce Jade Geiger, as our Pursuit Concierge Specialist!

Jade was born in Orlando, Florida but spent her childhood in Germany and England. She attended Stetson University where she received her Bachelor’s degree in Biology. Her passion is helping others and making a positive impact in people’s  lives. In her free time, Jade enjoys exercising, spending time with her 2 dogs, acting in short films, and trying new activities.

As Pursuit’s concierge specialist her role will include answering patient’s questions and helping to ensure you receive the best possible care before, during, and after treatment has started. She will also assist with scheduling initial evaluations, treatment sessions, and social media marketing.  We are thrilled to have Jade join the Pursuit family and feel this will benefit our patients greatly by offering an additional level of support and guidance.


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