We are a physical therapy owned outpatient clinic that is located in Fallon and has served the local and surrounding rural community for over 30 years!
We strive to provide individualized and quality care in a personal, positive, and fun atmosphere that is both enjoyable and beneficial to each patient in order to assist our patients through the rehabilitation process to become more self-reliant, healthy, and wholesome.
Rod Stewart, PT - Owner
Rod grew up in rural Nevada outside of Fallon. He then graduated from the Pacific Union College in 1984. He then attended Loma Linda University and received his bachelor’s in Physical therapy in 1986. He has been a therapist for over 30 years. Rod first worked as a staff therapist for Fallon PT and has owned Fallon PT for 16 years, and he currently lives in Medford, Oregon with his wife and family.
Angela Pace, PT, DPT, MTC
Angie was born and raised in rural Nevada. She earned her Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2001. She later went on to earn her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree and Manual Therapy Certification from the University of St. Augustine. She is certified in Manual Therapy and Functional Dry Needling with a clinical focus in orthopedic spinal and extremity rehabilitation. When not working, Angie enjoys being with her family as well as hiking, camping, snowshoeing, and other outdoor activities with her two dogs, Ellie and Zoey.
Peter Hull, PT, DPT
Peter grew up in Northern Nevada before attending and receiving his Bachelor’s degree in Finance from the University of Nevada, Reno in 2009. He then graduated from the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, WA in 2014 with his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. He is certified in Functional Dry Needling, and he utilizes an evidenced-based philosophy for rehabilitation while emphasizing restorative exercises, patient education, hands on manual techniques, and injury prevention. He enjoys having an active lifestyle and encourages his patients to take an active approach to the recovery process. In his spare time, Peter enjoys running, volleyball, softball, tennis, watersports, reading, and spending time with his wife and family.
Maryann Tinnemeyer, LPTA
Annie was born and raised in Agawam, Massachusetts. She earned her Physical Therapy Assistant Associate’s degree from Springfield Technical Community College in 1980. She has over 35 years of experience as a licensed PTA working in multiple clinical settings including orthopedic outpatient, acute care, neuro rehabilitation, geriatric, pediatric, work hardening and conditioning, and home health. Annie has also served as an instructor for proper body mechanics. Annie enjoys working with diagnoses including strokes, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s, chronic pain, sports injuries, developmental disabilities, and total joint replacements. Annie has lived in Fallon and been a part of Fallon Physical Therapy for five years. She participates in local organizations that include Fallon Horseman’s Association, Fallon 4H, and Goats ‘R’ Us. Her hobbies include crafts, cooking, sewing, and enjoying the simple life in rural Fallon, Nevada with her husband and daughter. Annie wants her patients to know that increasing knowledge helps overcome fear.
Fallon Physical Therapy treats a wide variety of patients and diagnoses to meet the needs of our rural community. We work to treat each and every patient that walks through our doors.
Fallon PT specializes in the following areas:
• Manual therapy
• Orthopedic rehabilitation
• Total joint replacements
• Sports injuries
• Workers compensation injuries
• Spine disorders and low back pain
• Cervicogenic headaches
• Functional dry needling
• Injury prevention
• Motor vehicle accidents
Yes, as a patient, it is your right to choose where you receive treatment. Many patients choose Fallon PT for its reputation of quality and consistent care in the community.
Do I need a physician referral?
We live in a direct access state for physical therapy, so a physician referral is not required for evaluation and treatment by a physical therapist; however, some insurance companies require a current written prescription in order to pay for treatments. We also offer self-pay options for therapy that do not require a physician referral.
How much will therapy cost?
The cost for therapy will vary depending on your insurance company and the treatment provided. Check your individual insurance policy for your coverage.
Will my insurance pay for therapy?
Fallon PT is a provider for most major insurance companies, but you may contact us prior to your first visit to see if we participate in your specific plan.
How frequently will I attend therapy?
Treatment frequency is decided on your first visit as part of your plan of care by you and your therapist with the help of physician recommendations to best meet your individual needs. Usually, treatments are two or three times per week for one to six weeks, but it can vary depending on your specific case, preference, and needs.
How long does each visit last?
Treatment time will depend on the specific plan that is decided upon by you and your therapist, but most treatments last about one hour.
What do you need on your first visit?
You will need a referral script from your physician (if applicable), filled out paperwork, your ID, and your insurance card. Prior to your first appointment, fill out the new patient intake forms online or pick up a copy at Fallon PT. Otherwise arrive 20 minutes prior to your appointment time to allow for filling out paperwork.
What should I wear?
You should wear comfortable and loose clothing including sweat pants/shorts, tennis shoes, and t-shirt/tank top to allow for easy viewing and evaluation of the area to be treated.
How do I make an appointment?
Call and make an appointment at 775-423-5233 or stop by our office at 2180 Reno Hwy, Fallon, NV. We are across from the Wells Fargo and next to Sonic Drive-In.