Dave Ochsendorf, MPT, MEd, ATC
Dave is from Elkins, WV where he grew up playing soccer, baseball, and basketball. His love for sports led him to West Virginia University where he earned his Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology and became a certified Athletic Trainer. He then completed his Master of Education degree in Sports Medicine at the University of Virginia while completing a graduate assistantship at Virginia Military Institute.
He continued to work as an athletic trainer for the football and wrestling teams at VMI for 4 years. In 2000 he moved to Norfolk, Virginia to pursue his career in physical therapy. At Old Dominion University, he earned his Master of Physical Therapy degree, and met his wife Kristy. He and Kristy traveled the country, working in outpatient orthopedic clinics in Connecticut, Florida, Maryland, Washington D.C., Arizona, California, and Hawaii. They fell in love with Sarasota, FL, and decided to settle here in 2008.
Dave specializes in evaluating and treating the foot and ankle. He has extensive undergraduate, graduate, and internship training in foot and ankle biomechanics, which he applies to his physical therapy practice.
Dave's background in sports medicine is an added advantage when treating all upper and lower extremity injuries. He recently earned his certification from Titleist as a certified Golf Fitness Instructor.
He also uses manual skills learned in various parts of the country and in additional coursework to effectively treat the spine. When applied properly, Dave believes the principles of biomechanical correction, sports medicine treatments and manual therapy yield great results for clients of all ages.
Kristy Ochsendorf, DPT
Kristy grew up in Ohio where she was a member of the Cuyahoga Valley Youth Ballet Company from ages 5-16. She graduated from Ohio University in 2001 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Physiology. She then moved to Norfolk, Virginia to attend Old Dominion University and earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2004.
Upon graduation, she and husband Dave worked as traveling physical therapists for five years, practicing in Hawaii, California, Maryland, Washington DC, Connecticut, Arizona, and Florida.
Kristy and Dave fell in love with the active community of Sarasota, moved here in 2008, and then opened Siesta Key Sports & Physical Therapy in 2010.
Kristy's passion and enthusiasm for exercise combined with manual skills learned across the country translate into exceptional results for her clients. She takes a scientific and evidence-based approach, applying principles of anatomy, physiology, and biomechanics to successfully treat a variety of acute conditions as well as movement disorders and postural dysfunctions. She participates in many community races from 5K's to half-marathons and duathlons. She also enjoys regular yoga and weight training.
Cory Langone, PTA
Cory grew up in Utica, NY playing sports year round for most of his youth. He attended Springfield College where he continued athletics at the collegiate level, playing football and running track. He earned a Bachelors of Science degree in Sports Management in 2003. After college, Cory spent several years working in Springfield, Massachusetts in the financial industry. In 2012 Cory and his family moved to Sarasota. Cory enrolled at Keiser University and completed his Physical Therapist Assistant schooling in 2014. As a student, Cory was able to gain experience working at Siesta Key Sports and Physical Therapy as an intern. He has been working as a Physical Therapist Assistant since graduation. He feels privileged to work in a profession where he can help others live active and healthy lives. As a cycling enthusiast, he continues to enjoy an active life style in Sarasota with his wife and two daughters.
Diane Hill, CMOM (Certified Medical Office Manager)
Diane is from the beautiful Ozark mountains of Arkansas. During high school years, she centered her focus on available business management and accounting courses. After graduation, Diane moved to a small town outside of Memphis, Tennessee, enjoying all the amenities of a large city which afforded her many opportunities. She worked in a physician's office filing insurance claims for patients and during her tenure there, she earned the position of Office Manager. Along with managing medical offices, she was also busy owning and managing real estate rental properties. Diane enjoys working in the Medical Management field where she excels at building relationships with patients and creating an optimal environment for healing. Due to the many changes in the medical field with electronic medical records in the forefront, Diane decided to attend online classes at the Practice Management Institute, and she graduated as a Certified Medical Office Manager. In 2010, Diane moved to Bradenton where she now lives and enjoys the beautiful beaches of Florida.