Remco Schreuders, MPT

Co-owner, Physical Therapist

A native of the Netherlands and currently a Salem, VA resident, Remco Schreuders co-founded APT of VA after serving the community at Lewis-Gale Medical Center for well over a decade. He specializes in manual physical therapy, orthopedics, vestibular therapy, gait and balance, sports physical therapy and running injuries. Schreuders is a graduate of the University of Virginia with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology and holds a Masters degree in Physical Therapy from Shenandoah University.  He spends his life living out his faith, spending time with his family, and exercising.

Tom Ellexson, MPT

Co-Owner, Physical Therapist

Prior to co-founding APT of VA in 2006, Tom Ellexson was long associated with Lewis-Gale Medical Center and the former Lewis-Gale Clinic as a Physical Therapist and Senior Physical Therapist of their outpatient satellite clinic. More recently, Ellexson has been focused on out-patient orthopedics, vestibular, foot and ankle, Fascial Manipulation - Stecco, as well as a mixture of neurologically involved and generally deconditioned patients. Ellexson is a graduate of Grand Valley State University in Grand Rapids, Michigan with a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Science and a Master of Science degree in Physical Therapy.  Outside of the clinic, he enjoys gardening, playing hockey, and supporting our Troops.

Andrea LeGault, MPT

Physical Therapist

Andrea LeGault grew up in Roanoke, VA and attended the College of William of Mary located in Williamsburg, VA, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree. She further pursued her studies at Shenandoah University and attained her Master of Physical Therapy degree. LeGault’s previous experience includes training at the Mayo Clinic, work at a large university hospital (in-patient and out-patient care), and providing care in local long-term care facilities. Her current clinical interests and specialties include Fascial Manipulation - Stecco, sports medicine, geriatrics, maxillofacial/TMJ pain, chronic disease, dance medicine, running injuries, and general orthopedics. Outside of the office, she enjoys spending time with her family, music, and living a healthy lifestyle.

Jennifer Urbanek, DPT

Physical Therapist

Hailing from Massillon, OH, Jennifer Urbanek graduated from Marietta College with a Bachelor of Science in 2008. In 2011, she graduated with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Walsh University. She joined APT of VA after spending two years at an out-patient clinic in Blacksburg, VA. Urbanek’s clinical interests include general orthopedics, sports medicine, running injuries, pain neuroscience, and vestibular. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and 3 children, running, and supporting Ohio teams (Buckeyes and Browns).

Jessica Rider

PhysIcal Therapist

Jessica Rider grew up in Erhard, Minnesota and attended University of Oklahoma, where she threw shot put and discus for the Sooners.  She graduated in 2002 with a BS in Health and Sports Sciences then, in 2004 with MS in Exercise Science with an emphasis in Exercise Physiology. She continued her education at East Carolina for PT school graduating in 2006 and is currently enrolled at Shenendoah University working on her Doctorate in PT.  In 2008, Jessica received a certification in vestibular rehab from Emory University.  She has worked in orthopedics with a specialty in neuro and vestibular rehab starting 2006-2010 at Rehab Associates then, 2010-2021 at Professional Therapies (now CORA).  Since 2021, she has felt blessed to be a part of the Advanced PT team.  She has been married for 12 years and has a 2-year-old son, whom she loves spending time with.  She loves music, drawing, painting, and traveling.  Jessica has a garden that she enjoys taking care of and loves watching cooking shows which she tries to replicate recipes.

Jennifer Broyles

Physical Therapist



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Angie Elliott

Operations manager