Dallas – Lovers Lane

Tradition – Lovers Lane

Hours:
Monday – Friday: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Services

  • Aquatic Rehab
  • Balance and Fall Prevention Programs
  • Geriatric Rehab
  • Manual Physical Therapy
  • Post-Surgical Rehabilitation
  • Spine Care and Rehabilitation
  • Vestibular Therapy

All of the staff at this location split their time between here and Vista Physical Therapy  at the Tradition on Prestonwood in Addison, TX.

Lyn Hardage, PT, Clinic Director/Partner

Lyn is a native Texan. She attended the University of Texas in Austin receiving her B.S. in Biology. She continued in the UT system moving to Dallas to get her Physical Therapy license from Southwestern Medical School. Lyn spent many years at Parkland where she helped start the Pediatric Burn ICU and the Pediatric Trauma ICU. She then began splitting her time between Parkland and Children’s Medical Center to assist in starting their Physical Therapy Department. Her next venture was at Scottish Rite Children’s Hospital as a Clinical Instructor. Liking a challenge, she left there to help start a private practice Orthopedic clinic in downtown Dallas. After taking time off to be a stay at home mother to three children, Lyn returned to work. She found her “true calling” was with the older population. She partnered with Vista Rehab and Tradition Senior Living in August of 2016. The two clinics serve the residents at Tradition as well as people of all ages from the community. In her free time, Lyn is active in her church, loves biking, and travelling with friends and family.

Leslie Heidelbaugh, PT

Leslie grew up in central Pennsylvania and attended Penn State University where she received a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology.  She then attended Duke University for her Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy and worked at Duke University Medical Center in both Acute Care and Outpatient orthopedics for 6 years prior to moving to Texas. 

Upon arrival in Texas, she worked at Texas Health Presbyterian Dallas in the Parkinson’s Disease Center as well as in outpatient Neurology where she helped develop the Balance and Vestibular Program.  After taking a hiatus to be a full time mom, she returned part time to physical therapy at Presbyterian Village North working mainly with outpatients in Independent living and Assisted Living.  Leslie joined Vista Physical Therapy in 2019.

In her spare time, Leslie enjoys spending time with her husband and their three children and is most likely at a golf tournament, volleyball match or soccer game.  

Jennie Logan, PT

Jennie graduated from Southern Methodist University in 2004 and the University of Texas Southwestern Medical in 2007. Soon after school she moved to San Francisco beginning her career in Neurological Rehabilitation with a focus on strokes.

After moving back to Dallas she has worked for both UT Southwestern and Baylor in their inpatient rehab, outpatient neurological clinic, and home health services.  In 2012 she attained a board certification as a Neurological Specialist. Her goals are to treat the whole patient and focus on how their impairments are affecting their quality of life.

Jennie is married and a mom to two young children. She enjoys being involved in their schools and extracurricular activities.  She also enjoys traveling and going on date nights with her husband.

Teri Jensen, PT

Teri received her Physical Therapy degree from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School. She spent several years in outpatient rehabilitation before taking time off to raise her family. Returning to therapy, Teri found she really enjoyed working with the geriatric population.

She is certified as an LSVT BIG clinician for the treatment of Parkinson’s and other movement disorders. In her free time, Teri volunteers at a Crisis Pregnancy center, is an active member at her church, loves to read, exercise, hike, ski, and just relax with friends and family.

Tristan Gilliam, OTR

Tristan was born in raised in Garland, TX and attended Texas Woman’s University, where she received a Bachelor’s Degree in Health Studies. She then attended Texas Woman’s University for her Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy.

Tristan has spent her career serving senior adults in outpatient, assisted, and independent living settings. Prior to joining the team at Vista, Tristan worked at Presbyterian Village North and Encompass Home Health. Tristan joined Vista Rehab at the Tradition in October 2018.

In her spare time, Tristan enjoys spending time with her husband, volunteering at her church, and watching true crime documentaries or baking shows!

Rachel Sullivan, Physical Therapy Technician

Rachel is a recent graduate of Texas A&M University where she graduated magna cum laude with a degree in Kinesiology: Motor Behavior and a minor in Psychology. As a local to DFW, she is excited to be back in the area working with an amazing team.

When she’s not in scrubs, Rachel spends her evenings at a local gym working as a kickboxing trainer. In her spare time, she enjoys playing Ultimate frisbee, hiking, camping, and spending time with family and friends.

Tradition – Lovers Lane

Hours:
Monday – Friday: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Services

  • Aquatic Rehab
  • Balance and Fall Prevention Programs
  • Geriatric Rehab
  • Manual Physical Therapy
  • Post-Surgical Rehabilitation
  • Spine Care and Rehabilitation
  • Vestibular Therapy

All of the staff at this location split their time between here and Vista Physical Therapy  at the Tradition on Prestonwood in Addison, TX.

Lyn Hardage, PT, Clinic Director/Partner

Lyn is a native Texan. She attended the University of Texas in Austin receiving her B.S. in Biology. She continued in the UT system moving to Dallas to get her Physical Therapy license from Southwestern Medical School. Lyn spent many years at Parkland where she helped start the Pediatric Burn ICU and the Pediatric Trauma ICU. She then began splitting her time between Parkland and Children’s Medical Center to assist in starting their Physical Therapy Department. Her next venture was at Scottish Rite Children’s Hospital as a Clinical Instructor. Liking a challenge, she left there to help start a private practice Orthopedic clinic in downtown Dallas. After taking time off to be a stay at home mother to three children, Lyn returned to work. She found her “true calling” was with the older population. She partnered with Vista Rehab and Tradition Senior Living in August of 2016. The two clinics serve the residents at Tradition as well as people of all ages from the community. In her free time, Lyn is active in her church, loves biking, and travelling with friends and family.

Leslie Heidelbaugh, PT

Leslie grew up in central Pennsylvania and attended Penn State University where she received a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology.  She then attended Duke University for her Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy and worked at Duke University Medical Center in both Acute Care and Outpatient orthopedics for 6 years prior to moving to Texas. 

Upon arrival in Texas, she worked at Texas Health Presbyterian Dallas in the Parkinson’s Disease Center as well as in outpatient Neurology where she helped develop the Balance and Vestibular Program.  After taking a hiatus to be a full time mom, she returned part time to physical therapy at Presbyterian Village North working mainly with outpatients in Independent living and Assisted Living.  Leslie joined Vista Physical Therapy in 2019.

In her spare time, Leslie enjoys spending time with her husband and their three children and is most likely at a golf tournament, volleyball match or soccer game.  

Jennie Logan, PT

Jennie graduated from Southern Methodist University in 2004 and the University of Texas Southwestern Medical in 2007. Soon after school she moved to San Francisco beginning her career in Neurological Rehabilitation with a focus on strokes.

After moving back to Dallas she has worked for both UT Southwestern and Baylor in their inpatient rehab, outpatient neurological clinic, and home health services.  In 2012 she attained a board certification as a Neurological Specialist. Her goals are to treat the whole patient and focus on how their impairments are affecting their quality of life.

Jennie is married and a mom to two young children. She enjoys being involved in their schools and extracurricular activities.  She also enjoys traveling and going on date nights with her husband.

Teri Jensen, PT

Teri received her Physical Therapy degree from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School. She spent several years in outpatient rehabilitation before taking time off to raise her family. Returning to therapy, Teri found she really enjoyed working with the geriatric population.

She is certified as an LSVT BIG clinician for the treatment of Parkinson’s and other movement disorders. In her free time, Teri volunteers at a Crisis Pregnancy center, is an active member at her church, loves to read, exercise, hike, ski, and just relax with friends and family.

Tristan Gilliam, OTR

Tristan was born in raised in Garland, TX and attended Texas Woman’s University, where she received a Bachelor’s Degree in Health Studies. She then attended Texas Woman’s University for her Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy.

Tristan has spent her career serving senior adults in outpatient, assisted, and independent living settings. Prior to joining the team at Vista, Tristan worked at Presbyterian Village North and Encompass Home Health. Tristan joined Vista Rehab at the Tradition in October 2018.

In her spare time, Tristan enjoys spending time with her husband, volunteering at her church, and watching true crime documentaries or baking shows!

Rachel Sullivan, Physical Therapy Technician

Rachel is a recent graduate of Texas A&M University where she graduated magna cum laude with a degree in Kinesiology: Motor Behavior and a minor in Psychology. As a local to DFW, she is excited to be back in the area working with an amazing team.

When she’s not in scrubs, Rachel spends her evenings at a local gym working as a kickboxing trainer. In her spare time, she enjoys playing Ultimate frisbee, hiking, camping, and spending time with family and friends.