Leslie Sierra-Arevalo, DPT

Leslie is a double Tar Heel graduate from UNC Chapel Hill. She first graduated with her Bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sport Science-Athletic Training, and later went on to earn her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree. Leslie has over 9 years of experience in the sports medicine and orthopedic rehabilitation world where she has worked with both children and adults of all ages. After transitioning into more pediatric focused practice, Leslie has provided care to children of all ages in the acute hospital setting, early intervention home health setting, and now in the outpatient setting. She has a passion for working with children since she believes fundamental gross motor skills and early intervention provides children the foundation for a more mobile future. She loves being a part of every patient’s journey in maximizing their independence and bettering their health through movement. Leslie is Colombian-American and speaks fluent Spanish and can provide services to Spanish speaking patients. In her free time, Leslie enjoys watching true crime shows, hiking with her dog and partner, and, when she gets the chance, visit her family in Texas. 

Jennifer Keith, PTA

Jennifer is a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant who has worked at Allied Rehab since December 1997! Jennifer graduated with an Associate’s in Applied Science from the Physical Therapy Assistant Program in 1991. She enjoys working one-on-one with a variety of teen, adult, or senior physical therapy patients using treatment techniques to restore function. Jennifer can help reduce neck/back/knee pain, offer unique therapeutic exercise, and maximize neuromuscular ability. She believes in treating people how she would like to be treated. Jennifer is married to a local guy, and her daughter is a North Carolina teacher.

Zoe Prime, MS, CCC-SLP

Clinical Director

Zoe graduated from Fairfield University with a Bachelor’s Degree in English and a minor in Psychology. She then graduated from Southern Connecticut State University with her Masters of Science in Speech Language Pathology. Zoe has experience working with children of all ages and communication disorders, including early intervention and children with multiple handicaps and a variety of medical needs. Zoe has also worked with adults on rehabilitation of swallowing and cognition, as well as the geriatric population with a focus on compensatory strategies for those with dementia. In her spare time, Zoe enjoys staying active by doing yoga, reading, writing, and exploring her new home in downtown Raleigh with her husband. 

Megan McGrath, MA, CCC-SLP

Megan graduated from The Pennsylvania State University with her Bachelors of the Sciences degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders. She continued her education at The University of North Carolina, Greensboro where she received her Masters of the Arts degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders. Megan has experience working in various settings such as school, clinic, hospital, and private practice with populations including early intervention, school-aged children, young adults, and older adults. Megan had the unique experience of working with an Augmentative-Alternative Communication (AAC) specialist while completing her MA degree and has a special interest of working in this area of the field. Megan’s other professional interests include working with special populations teaching social pragmatics and she has completed research within the field on the effectiveness of using music, movement, and improvisation to promote these abilities. When not working, Megan likes to keep busy with exercise, dance, volunteering, and exploring! 

Raluca Nicodim, MS, CCC-SLP

Raluca graduated from California State University of Northridge with a bachelor’s degree in Communicative Disorders. Prior to pursuing her Master’s, she completed a Speech-Language Pathology Assistant program and began working for a pediatric private practice as a licensed SLPA. During that time, she provided services in variety of settings including in homes, daycares, Headstart preschool programs, and in elementary schools. She continued working as a SLPA as she completed her Master of Science in Communicative Disorders from California State University of Northridge. Raluca has experience working with children of all ages and a wide variety of diagnoses and specialized medical needs. She also had the unique experience of working at a multi-disciplinary clinic and has had the ability to collaborate with PT, OT, Child Development, ABA, and psychologists when treating her patients and believes that a multi-disciplinary approach can greatly maximize a patient’s progress. Raluca has experience working with early intervention, AAC, fluency, receptive/expressive language, and pragmatics. She has had experience working with adults and treating speech and swallowing disorders under the supervision of a supervisor in a skilled nursing facility as part of completing her externship during her graduate program. Raluca is happy to call North Carolina her new home, she recently moved from California with her husband and 2 dogs. During her free time, she enjoys being out in nature, spotting wildlife, hiking, going to concerts, checking out new local restaurants, and traveling. 

Jenna Sarett, OTR/L

Jenna graduated from Rhodes College in Memphis, TN with her bachelor’s degree in neuroscience. She went on to complete her Master of Science in occupational therapy at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Jenna has experience working with children in a variety of rehabilitation settings. She enjoys working with children to manage behavioral and sensory processing differences, as well as to improve fine, gross, and visual motor coordination. She feels passionate about the importance of intervening early to maximize a child’s potential for success and independence, and believes in fostering skill development through occupation. Jenna played varsity soccer at Rhodes, and continued her career on the club team at UNC during her graduate education. She still enjoys playing soccer with her friends in her spare time. She also loves being outdoors, traveling, and spending time with her family and dogs. 

Suzanne Dotson, OTR/L

Suzanne graduated from East Carolina University with her bachelor’s degree in Exercise Physiology with a goal to pursue a degree in Physical Therapy. In the process, she learned about occupational therapy where she discovered her true passion and professional home. She continued on at East Carolina University to complete a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy. Children have always been a part of Suzanne’s life both personally and professionally. She feels strongly that fostering a child’s growth requires space for the child to be themselves and consistent family involvement. She especially enjoys working with children on emotional self-regulation, frustration tolerance within a variety of skills, and sensory processing differences. In her free time, Suzanne is running around in the woods with her husband and daughter, reading science fiction, trying a new plant out in her vegetable garden, or making a fun mess somewhere. 

Melody Fain,
Office Manager

Kishni Holley,
Resource Coordinator

Dana Weber Staff

Dana Weber

During her high school years, Dana took various classes related to the medical field before stumbling upon the profession of occupational therapy. She completed her bachelor’s degree in recreation therapy at UNC-Wilmington in 2018 prior to attending Methodist University to obtain her Doctor of Occupational Therapy degree in 2022. Since then, Dana has immersed herself into the therapy world within a variety of settings, including acute care, inpatient rehab, and outpatient rehab – where she ultimately found her passion. She enjoys working with adults with orthopedic conditions and children with various sensory and developmental differences, and is passionate about upholding high quality, patient-centered care. In her free time, Dana enjoys tending to her houseplants and garden, reading, painting, and spending time with family and friends.

Ginger Fenn,
Insurance Coordinator