Our Staff


Dr. Amber Hartman, DPT, was born and raised in Vermont where she received her bachelor degree in Exercise Science from Lyndon State College in 2011. While at Lyndon, Amber spent 3 years as a Division III Tennis player and earned her certification as a personal trainer through the National Strength and Conditioning Association.  Amber completed her graduate studies at Northeastern University in Boston MA where she received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy.

Amber’s goals are to provide all of her patients with a deep understanding of their injury or condition. She strives to provide the tools and education necessary to empower each patient towards better health, improved function, and well being. She has treated a variety of clients with a large emphasis in geriatric health and fitness and spinal disorders. Amber strives to improve her knowledge through the attendance of continued education and has recently completed both level 1 and level 2 of The Meeks Methods, geared toward the prevention and treatment of spinal compression fractures. 

On the weekends you can find Amber perusing antique stores, hiking, golfing, or getting in the car and getting lost in the beautiful state of NC.


Jennifer Jones,DPT

Jennifer Jones, DPT is a native of Huntington, West Virginia. Her parents are both physical therapists, so she saw the benefits of physical therapy first hand through the impact they had on their patients.

Jennifer earned Bachelor degrees in Biology and Health Sciences from Duquense University, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  She obtained a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from The University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences, where her studies focused on Dr. Stanley Paris’s manual therapy techniques, including soft tissue and joint mobilization as well as myofascial release. She has worked primarily in outpatient orthopedics, treating a variety of patients including post-operative rehab, TMJ (jaw) pain and disorders, sports injuries, and facilitating return to sports program for athletes. Jennifer enjoys treating patients with all types of musculoskeletal problems.  She incorporates her advanced coursework in kinesiotaping and Leukotaping, Total Motion Release, Kevin Wilk’s treatment of shoulder and knee injuries, and the Sara Meeks Method of postural correction for patients with osteoporosis, into her practice. She continues to expand her knowledge base and clinical skills through ongoing continuing education.

Jennifer believes that to have successful outcomes, more than just the injured area needs to be assessed and, if necessary, treated as well. She provides patients with one-on-one attention, educating them about their condition, and ensuring that they are able to take that knowledge home in the form of exercise and self-care activities.

Jennifer enjoys practicing Yoga and Pilates, playing tennis and soccer, and taking part in a variety of outdoor activities while living near Lake Norman. She also remains a loyal Pittsburgh Steelers fan. “After living in the North and the South, I love this area where I can enjoy all four seasons,” Jennifer says. “I have met a lot of great people in Charlotte.  I look forward to serving my patients at Saylor Physical Therapy and becoming more involved in this community.”

Alex Reiley

Alex Reiley, DPT was born and raised in California, where he earned his undergraduate degree from UC Berkeley. He earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Duke University. At Duke, Alex studied orthopedics with Dr. Michael Reiman, one of the foremost experts on the evidence-based treatment of musculoskeletal disorders. Alex combines hands-on manual therapy with therapeutic exercise and postural correction in order to decrease pain and improve quality of movement. He enjoys empowering patients with the tools they need to achieve their goals and return to the activities that are important to them.

During his year of clinical education, Alex gained extensive experience helping patients to overcome dizziness and improve their balance. He is also experienced in treating work-related injuries and enjoys helping patients recover quickly and return to work equipped with the ability to use proper body mechanics in order to prevent future injuries. Alex is fascinated by pain science, particularly the role of physical activity in pain modulation, and strives to become an expert in treating chronic pain. On the weekends, Alex enjoys playing basketball and chess, watching Golden State Warriors and Duke Basketball games, and exploring the local food and music scenes.

Ashel Beloqui, PTA started her career as a massage therapist in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she graduated with honors from Centro Medico Escuela in 2002. She also has a bachelor’s in science on Physical Education, a degree that she earned from Universidad Nacional de Lujan in 2003.

Once in the United States, Ashel graduated as a Massage Therapist from Educating Hands, becoming a Licensed Massage Therapist in July 2007. After graduation, she worked as a Lead Therapist at the Spa at Mandarin Oriental Hotel, in Miami, FL but her passion for physical therapy and a more therapeutic oriented type of practice brought her to Integrated Physical Therapy and Wellness, an outpatient facility where she worked from 2011 until 2017.

She decided then, to take her career to the next level and attended Keiser University where she became a Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA). She graduated with honors in May 2016 and was the first (in the 20 years the program has been in Keiser University) to obtain a perfect score on the National Board Exam. After graduation, Ashel returned to work with more knowledge and passion to treat patients. In November 2017 Ashel and her family relocated to North Carolina where she continued working as a PTA in an outpatient facility. Ashel’s treatments combine the benefits of manual work and the permanent changes you can achieve with therapeutic exercises and other modalities.

With over 15 years of experience in an orthopedic outpatient setting Ashel was able to work with a wide range of patients, from entry-level to high-end athletes. Now, as a member of the Saylor Physical Therapy family, she is ready to help you reach your goals by being an active part of your recovery journey.

Leanne Reed, PT, DPT, KCMT was born and raised in the Boston area but recently moved to North Carolina from Chicago where she ran a small private practice for the last 13 years. Leanne earned her Bachelor degree in physical therapy from Northeastern University in Boston, MA and later completed her Doctorate degree from Rosalind Franklin University in North Chicago, IL.   She has also completed a 525-hour massage therapy certification from the Center of Advanced Therapeutics in Denver, CO.  

Leanne is passionate about learning and during her 20 years experience as a physical therapist, she has completed numerous continuing education courses in areas like muscle energy techniques, manipulation, myofascial release, movement assessment, motor control retraining and Trigger Point Dry Needling. In 2015 Leanne completed a 2 1/2 year manual therapy certification from The Manual Therapy Institute followed by achieving the international recognition as a certified Kinetic Control Movement Therapist (KCMT) in 2017. 

Leanne’s specialties include working with complex spine and sacroiliac joint dysfunctions along with chronic pain. She prides herself in taking a holistic approach to physical therapy and treating the whole person.  She utilizes comprehensive evaluations and expert clinical reasoning skills in order to get to the root of your problem. Then she can then provide the most appropriate, effective and up to date treatments available for the best possible outcomes.

Leanne is very excited to be a member of the Saylor family.  While not working, she is having fun exploring Lake Norman and Charlotte with her husband and 2 children. 

Barbara Felleman was born and raised in New York and move to North Carolina 3 years ago with her husband and three dogs. She comes to us with many years of experience in Administrative Assistance. At her last position, she worked as a Physical Therapy Aide at a nursing home. She is truly excited to be apart of Saylor Physical Therapy as the Office Manager for Cornelius. Barbara brings years of front desk and customer service experience with her. In her spare time, she loves volunteering for the local animal shelter, and going out on their boat and spending time with her two sons and three grandsons.


Morgan Hutchings was born in New Jersey and raised in North Carolina. She graduated from Central Piedmont Community College in 2018 with her degree in Business Administration. She has experience in working with children as a tutor, as well as working in the customer service industry for years. She will be assisting Barbara in the front office of Cornelius. Morgan is passionate about literature and enjoys spending much of her free time reading. With the rest of her time, she loves to garden, play with her cats, and spend time with friends and family.   


We look forward to assisting with your recovery!

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