Meet the Therapists


Occupational Therapy

A man with a black shirt and a goatee smiles at the camera.Scott Yaden
MS, OTR/L, CLT

Scott earned a Master of Science in occupational therapy from the Spalding University Auerbach School of Occupational Therapy in 2010. Scott serves as the primary occupational therapist in Spalding University’s Comprehensive Outpatient Rehabilitation Facility (CORF). He holds licenses in both Kentucky and Indiana, servicing clients throughout the Kentuckiana region. In 2014 he received advanced training in lymphedema and is certified in Manual Lymph Drainage (Vodder Technique) / Complete Decongestive Therapy.


 

Physical Therapy

Dustin Patton
PT, DPT

Dustin PattonDustin is a graduate of Bellarmine University where he earned a Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree in 2007.  Previously, he attended Purdue University where he attained a Bachelor of Arts with a concentration in Kinesiology and Movement Science.  Dustin has over 10 years’ experience treating acute and chronic injuries, joint replacements, prosthetics, and various neurological conditions.  Dustin is certified in Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (STMT-1) and has expertise in orthopedics and manual treatment modalities.   When not working, Dustin enjoys spending time with his wife and three children.


Speech Therapy

A woman with short brown hair, a black jacket, and a pink shirt smiling.Alison Amshoff,
M.Ed, MS, CCC-SLP, A.T.P.

Alison is a 2003 graduate of the communication disorders program at the University of Louisville. She has provided assistive technology assessment, intervention and education/training for individuals of all ages. She has expertise in development of augmentative/alternative communication systems and has had formal training in the delivery of the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS). Additionally, she has Assistive Technology Professional (ATP) certifications. Alison has expertise working with individuals with various diagnosis including medically fragile, mental retardation and global developmental delay. Alison also has interest in working with individuals with feeding and swallowing difficulties.