Our Staff

Dr. Ruth Christiansen, PT, DPT, is a native of northeast Tennessee but spent her later childhood years in Zimbabwe where her parents serve at a mission hospital. It was there she was first exposed to physical therapy from shadowing a local therapist. The therapist was equipped with very few resources but still provided creative and excellent care for her patients. This experience inspired Ruth to pursue a career in physical therapy.

Ruth received her undergraduate degree in Allied Health from Cedarville University in 2012, and then completed her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2015 at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in Chicago IL. She has spent the past 2 years in the Chicagoland area at an outpatient clinic treating various orthopedic and neurological conditions. Ruth approaches treatment using both manual techniques and tailored guided exercises to enhance and aid the healing experience. In her spare time, Ruth spoils her 2 nieces and nephew, travels, and watercolors whenever she can!

Dr. Amy Brown, PT, DPT, was born and raised in upstate New York where she enjoyed outdoor activities such as horseback riding. Amy participated in track and field and soccer in high school and had her first exposure to physical therapy after suffering stress fractures from running. Amy has always held a personal interest in health, fitness, and nutrition. At Indiana Wesleyan University, where she double-majored in Exercise Science and Business Administration, Amy co-created a fitness program for fellow students with a focus on improving self-image. Amy graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2009, having been on the Dean’s List all four years.

Following graduation, Amy moved to South Florida and began her career in the fitness industry as a personal trainer at PGA National; at the same time, she began a private business as a personal trainer. During this time, she discovered her love for physical therapy while working as a physical therapy technician at a local clinic. Hoping to better help people find health and healing, she decided to pursue a degree in physical therapy.

Amy Brown, DPT, is a graduate of the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences. She received her doctorate degree in physical therapy and graduated with high honors in 2014. Amy has completed all advanced manual therapy courses for special certification in manual therapy from the University of St Augustine. These courses include evaluating and treating the upper cervical, cervical, lumbar spine, pelvis and sacroiliac joint, as well as extremities. She has also received training in Pilates. Amy applies her background in personal training and personal fitness to her practice every day.
Amy joined Saylor Physical Therapy in the spring of 2015. She is excited to pursue further manual therapy training and integrate Pilates and Redcord into her practice.

Georgette Newton, MS, OTR/L, earned her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy from Barry University. She began her career over 15 years ago as an Occupational Therapy Assistant and has years of experience working with all different populations in various settings.

She possesses a wide range of knowledge and experience in different diagnoses including UE orthopedic sub-acute rehab, neurological disorders, Parkinson’s disease, and generalized functional decline. She also specializes in shoulders, elbows/ wrists, and post-surgical procedures. Georgette has a passion for her clients and enjoys helping them see their potential for recovery and reach their goals of functional independence.

Over her 15 years of experience, she continues to help as many people as she can. In her spare time, she loves spending time with her family. She also enjoys reading, relaxing at the beach, and experiencing new restaurants in town. Georgette loves being apart of the Saylor family. Come by and say hi!

Dr. Kunjal Patel, PT, DPT, earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training and Health & Exercise Sciences from the University of Connecticut.  She then earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from New York University where she graduated with honors. Throughout her collegiate and professional career, Kunjal has focused on her passion for sports medicine orthopedics by taking advanced courses in the management of foot/ankle pathologies and gait biomechanics, management of low back pain and lumbar/sacroiliac dysfunctions, kinesiotaping, as well as Graston techniques. 

Kunjal began her professional career in NYC working in outpatient orthopedic clinics with an emphasis on post-operative rehabilitation. As an avid runner, she had sustained multiple knee injuries which in turn has enabled her to further appreciate her chosen career path and the importance of rehabilitation. She moved to Florida with her husband in 2012.  They enjoy traveling locally and internationally with their three-year-old son and exploring different cultures.   

Dr. Rose Ruiz-Go, PT, DPT, has worked as a Physical Therapist for close to 30 years and in a variety of settings and has experience in neurology,  pediatrics, and orthopedics. Treating clients of different ages, different diagnosis and in different phases of their rehabilitation has developed her ability to provide treatment based on the unique needs of each individual. She has a special interest in posture and it’s an essential role in movement and recovery from injury or disease.  She employs Gravityfit principles and trains clients to incorporate Gravityfit tools in their treatment to provide the postural framework needed to for their recovery.

She received her Bachelor’s in Physical  Therapy from the University of the Philippines in 1988. She has had training in Neurodevelopmental treatment, was a Pediatric Clinical Specialist between 2005 to 2015, trained in Tai Chi for Rehabilitation,  Manual training including IASTM, Kinesiotaping, and is also an Affiliate for Rock Steady Boxing for Parkinson’s. She has a passion for wellness and for encouraging her clients to be a partner in their health no matter the age or severity of their condition. 

Since 2000, she has been a member of a nonprofit  Chorale singing group that raises funds for charity by performing concerts and singing engagements. She is married to her high school crush since 1992 and loves her two animal companions. She enjoys different cuisines and lifelong learning.   

Dr. Grace Reyes, PT, DPT, was born and raised in the Space Coast of Florida. She attended Palm Beach Atlantic University and earned her bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science. Then later went on to Harding University in Arkansas to earn her Doctorate in Physical Therapy.

Growing up, she participated in many different sports and eventually fell in love with volleyball. Grace played indoor volleyball and beach volleyball since she was 10 years old. She also has a deep love for nutrition, being active, and helping and encouraging others to achieve their full potential. Grace is passionate about treating each patient holistically and individually. Focusing on helping each patient reach their goals through pain management, body movement, and maintaining a positive mind. She is thankful for the opportunity to be able to treat 1-on-1 at Saylor Physical Therapy. 

Since 2000, she has been a member of a nonprofit  Chorale singing group that raises funds for charity by performing concerts and singing engagements. She is married to her high school crush since 1992 and loves her two animal companions. She enjoys different cuisines and lifelong learning.   

Dr. Jeannine Dunnell, PT, DPT, earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology from DePaul University in 1995 and completed her Masters of Science degree in Physical Therapy from Northwestern University in 1997.  She has been working in Outpatient Orthopedics for over 19 years. She spent the first decade of her life in New York. In her last year of undergraduate school at DePaul, she had a bicycling accident causing a frozen shoulder which required 9 months of therapy to recover.  This life-changing event showed her how great this profession is, and 3 years later she finished her degree in Physical Therapy.  In 2015, she decided to focus her career by specializing in women’s health and pelvic pain.  This work has proved to be even more rewarding and she is very grateful to be able to fill a strong patient need.

As a new Floridian, she enjoys spending time at the beach with her husband and their two school-aged girls.  She enjoys bicycling, hopes to learn how to scuba dive, and eventually plans to get back into boating.

Dr. Matt Allensworth, PT, DPT, was born and raised in Ohio. He grew up playing baseball, football, and running track. In middle school, he fractured his knee playing baseball resulting in two knee surgeries. Matt’s rehabilitation by his physical therapist was exceptional. He got Matt back to participating in sports. To this day, there has been no issues with his knee. Matt’s positive experience with his physical therapist and rehabilitation inspired him to pursue a career as a physical therapist.

Matt attended undergraduate at Ohio University where he obtain a bachelor of arts in psychology in 2015, and then later, completed his doctorate of physical therapy at Ohio University Division of Physical Therapy in 2019. Matt moved to Tampa, FL after graduate school to be with his soon to be wife. In Tampa, he practiced in an outpatient orthopedic clinic working with a variety of patient populations including orthopedic surgeries, low back pain, and neurological disorders.

After a year, Matt and his fiancé decided to move closer to family in Jupiter FL where he accepted a position at Saylor Physical Therapy. Matt has a passion for orthopedic rehabilitation, manual therapy, holistic care, preventative care, and continued learning. He is excited to be practicing with Saylor Physical Therapy working with patients 1:1 delivering exceptional, individualized care for the community. In his spare time, Matt enjoys boating, fishing, working out, cooking, and spending time with his family and friends.

Christine Largey, PT, Cert. MDT, earned her Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from Quinnipiac University in Hamden, CT and her Certification in the McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT). Chris acquired invaluable experience as a physical therapist for the renowned Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation.

While at Hunterdon Medical Center and again at Bayshore Medical Center, Chris was given the clinical director’s responsibility to develop and operate satellite Health and Wellness Centers. After many years of driving successful practices, she ventured out and founded ProActive Sports Care and Rehabilitation in Little Silver, NJ. There, she became a favored physical therapist of the area’s top doctors.

After 13 years of credible growth, Christine’s practice was acquired by Ivy Rehab in 2018. Chris is a full-time resident of Jupiter, FL, and enjoys walking and biking on the Riverwalk and swimming for the Palm Beach Masters. She is extremely excited to be at Saylor Physical Therapy where she cares for patients in a 1-on-1 environment. She also embraces opportunities to apply her 27 years of experience diagnosing and treating the most challenging cases.

Christine McArthur, LMT graduated from the Alpha School of Massage in 1999. She has increased her knowledge and education by attaining certification in the following areas of specialty:

Medical Massage Practitioner
Manual Lymphatic Drainage
Athrosage (Massage for people suffering from Arthritis)
Healing Touch
Swedish Massage and Deep Tissue Massage

She specializes in therapeutic and connective tissue release for troubled areas with a goal of addressing the whole person. Pain relief, relaxation and recovery from sporting events may be your primary goals for receiving a massage, however, there are many other benefits from the power of touch. Becoming more self-aware, more mentally alert, and having a deep feeling of peace are some of the additional benefits you may experience. Christine recommends at least one massage a month to maintain these benefits and looks forward to working with you and helping you work towards a healthier way of life.

Life can be hard so take some time off and allow me to……

….Massage Your Stress Away Today!”

Christine McArthur, LMT


Sue Bunney earned her degree from the Culinary Institute of America with a love of baking and the hospitality industry. She had worked in major hotels for over 14 years learning and perfecting customer service. She started her journey as an Advanced Pastry Cook at The Breakers in Palm Beach, then became a Pastry Cook Supervisor at The Swan & Dolphin Hotels Orlando. Life drove her to expand her knowledge and love of the Hospitality Industry to The Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas as an Assistant Pastry Chef .

She is a New York native but has resided in Florida for the past 8 years. In her spare time, she enjoys going to the beach, vacationing, and spending quality time with her family. She has a love for the customer service industry as it has been a huge part of her life.

We look forward to assisting with your recovery!

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