Ellen Haverstick, MSPT
Ellen has been practicing physical therapy in Conway since January 2001, and co-founded the Advanced Physical Therapy Center of downtown Conway in January 2006. Her practice is focused on providing one-on-one care for motivated patients who are recovering from orthopedic (joint and muscle) conditions.
She graduated from University of Central Arkansas' Physical Therapy program in December 2000 and completed her Bachelor of Science in Biology as a student-athlete at Arkansas Tech University in 1998.
Ellen is a long time resident of Conway, AR and enjoys living and working in the downtown area.
Belinda Bogle is the Advanced Physical Therapy Clinic Administrator. In addition to taking care of business, she strives to ensure that our patients are content and confident about their course of treatment and that they have a positive experience while they are receiving care at our clinic. Belinda grew up in Batesville, AR and moved to Conway to attend college at the University of Central Arkansas. She graduated from UCA in May 1994 with a B.S. in Kinesiology. Immediately after college, she worked for 5 years at Acxiom. Over the past several years she founded and now operates her own property management LLC. She was instrumental in the start-up of Advanced Physical Therapy Center of Conway as a co-owner. Since then, she has been utilized in several different capacities, including management of the front office, accounting, marketing, and as a liaison between patients insurance companies and our billing company.
Terry graduated from the University of Arkansas at Monticello with a Bachelor of Science in Wellness Leadership in 2000. She continued her education at the University of Central Arkansas and completed an Associate Degree in Physical Therapy in 2001.
Terry joined the APTC team in August of 2011 (capitalize 'August'), bringing 10 years of physical therapy experience. In addition to her commitment to helping people recover from orthopedic conditions, Terry offers personal and duet training on a variety of Pilates equipment. She has completed more than 500 hours of training through Pilates Unlimited and Balanced Body Universe, and she is certified in comprehensive full-equipment Pilates. Please contact Terry at (501) 328-5878 or (501) 470-5042 for more information about becoming a Pilates client.
Terry and husband Larry reside in Wooster, Arkansas. Their blended family includes 5 adult children: Richard, Zoe, Tom, Becca, and Lance. Terry loves spending time with her family and friends. She also enjoys road trips, whether they are short shopping trips with friends or long vacations.
Jennifer began working as a physical therapy tech and Aquatic Trainer in 2004. She joined the Advanced Physical Therapy Center team in September of 2006, as an extension of her long-time friendship with Ellen Haverstick, PT.
Jennifer is a fully certified Physical Therapy Aide and skillfully provides one-on-one supervision of patients while they perform exercises for various injuries and conditions.
She enjoys witnessing the successful recovery of the patients she interacts with and takes pride in keeping the mood in the gym light and fun!
Jennifer was APTCs Race For The Cure team captain in 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010. Her leadership has earned the APTC Team three consecutive fund-raising awards in the "Small Business Team" category of the Susan G. Komen Foundation. APTC is fortunate to have such a dedicated and loyal team captain!
Jennifer lives in Vilonia with her husband, Mark and youngest daughter, Gracie. She enjoys spending time outdoors, traveling, reading, exercising and spending time with her family, especially her young grandson Jace!
Felix is a young standard poodle that has made friends with many of our patients over the past several months. Felix likes to perform tricks, when he is comfortable with his audience. He loves to play with small, plush toys from his admirers. Going for walks downtown with Ellen or Terri is how he stays informed of Conway's goings on. Most often he is found taking naps in his little puppy bed in Belinda's front office.
Felix makes girlfriends pretty quickly! The low voiced, hat wearing, boisterous and/or bearded humans sometimes have a little harder time winning him over. Keep in mind that Felix is sensitive to direct eye contact and sometimes mistakes admiration for agression. If you stay relaxed, don't look directly at him, and allow him to approach you from the side or behind, he will soon consider you his new furless friend! Be warned, once he gets to know you, he will want you to pat his curly head and he just might shower you with hugs and kisses!