Scott Weber, PT-CLT
Scott grew up in a small dairy farming town in southwestern Wisconsin. He’s worked with health care providers of all sizes, inspiring him to found Alpine Physical Therapy in 2006 with Rob Hollander. Scott specializes in deep tissue work, physical therapy for diabetes, and sports medicine. Meet Scott
Rob Hollander, PT
Rob is a native of Wisconsin and has lived in Bend since 2003. Prior to landing in Central Oregon, his travel adventures took him out west with stops in Jackson, WY, and Seattle, WA. He has yet to make a U-turn back to the Midwest. Rob’s specialties include the management and prevention of neck and back pain, balance training, and the treatment of foot/ankle injuries. Meet Rob
Molly Nelson, DPT
Molly grew up in Red Wing, MN and came to physical therapy after a PT helped her return to running following a cross country injury. A lifelong athlete, Molly is passionate about returning fellow outdoor enthusiasts to their sport. While she enjoys working with patients of all ages and conditions, she specializes in pelvic health as well as pre- and postnatal care. Read more about Molly here.
Ron Carpenter, PT, OCS
Ron grew up in Leadville, Colorado at 10,000 feet elevation where he developed a love of skiing and distance running in the mountains. Injuries and experience as an alpine and telemark ski instructor piqued his interest in physical therapy and the special techniques used to treat neck and back pain. Read more about Ron here.
Mackenzie Van Loo, DPT, WCS, CAPP-OB
Mackenzie is an Oregon native and she and her husband look forward to staying in their beautiful state when not traveling the world. She enjoys baking, cooking exotic cuisine, gardening, backpacking, stand-up paddleboarding, road cycling, strength training, and hanging out with her dog! Read more about Mackenzie here.
Kate Holmer, DPT
Kate initially moved to Oregon for music but the mountains captured her heart. When she is not working, Kate likes to mountain bike, rock climb, ski, and trail run, usually with her two dogs not far behind…or in front of her. She also took up ice hockey. At the end of the day, you can find Kate in her favorite spot sitting next to her firepit with a glass of whiskey and a cribbage board. Read more about Kate here.
Diana Spring, DPT
A PNW native, Diana came to physical therapy after laboring in Alaskan fisheries and working as an organic baker. Diana is our resident pelvic health expert, and she enjoys tailoring each rehab program to the individual. Meet Diana