Welcome

TherapyWorks is the premier physical, occupational, and medical massage therapy center delivering a holistic ‘hands-on” personalized approach to anyone striving to feel their best.

Our staff is passionate about providing you the best care possible to keep you healthy or to provide you with the proper rehabilitation for pain, injury or disease.

We help people feel better. Whether you just want to stay active and healthy, seek to improve as an advanced athlete, or need help to regain your fulfilled life following injury or disease, our staff is here for you.

Who is TherapyWorks?

The TherapyWorks Mission
Our ultimate goal is to provide you with proactive health care designed to prevent and treat pain, disease, and injuries of all types so you can live life to the fullest.
The TherapyWorks Philosophy
Your health and wellness dictates the experiences and outlook you have on your life. Our staff is focused on ensuring each of our customers receives proven, natural physical treatment to ensure you enjoy maximum wellness.
The TherapyWorks Promise
We promise each customer individual treatment focused on your physical wellness. Your wellness is our ultimate goal.
The TherapyWorks Experience
We carefully select our staff to ensure a friendly, professional experience every time you visit us.

Meet Our Team

James R. Lehman
James R. LehmanFounder & CEO
James is the founder and CEO of Therapy Works’ Rehabilitation Centers. He has been a practicing neuromuscular therapist specializing in advanced manual therapy, neuromuscular therapy, manual lymphatic drainage, and injury rehabilitation since 1994. He has successfully treated thousands of people that suffer from soft tissue injuries, acute and chronic pain, disease, and stress related ailments.  In his spare time, James enjoys exercising, boating, camping trips, and spending quality time with his wife and son. Lic MA18894
Tommie-Lee B. Lehman
Tommie-Lee B. LehmanOffice & Billing Administrator
Tommie-Lee is a graduate of Florida State University with a bachelors degree in Management. She serves as vice president of TherapyWorks of Jacksonville and handles all of the important daily functions of the office, in addition to all administrative and personnel issues. Tommie-Lee brings her great knowledge finance, billing, human resources, and organization to maintaining a consistent and productive office.

Our Staff

Theresa Scully, P.T. - Physical Therapist
Jacksonville native and mother of two, Theresa Scully has been a physical therapist since 2000, earning her degree from the University of North Florida. She proudly worked for the Jacksonville Jaguars as a Roar cheerleader from 2003-2006. As an orthopedic physical therapist, she has extensive experience in sports medicine, orthopedic injuries, post-surgical rehabilitation, low back pain, neck pain, and various other chronic pain pathologies. At the start of her career, she began researching treatment programs that were successful in treating chronic low back pain and neck pain. This research lead her to the wonderful world of Pilates! She integrated Pilates exercises in her treatment programs and was intrigued by the immediate reduction in pain and improvements in the daily functions of her patients. She became a certified Mat Pilates instructor in 2002, applying the Pilates method to most of her treatment programs. She has received Pilates apparatus training from Balanced Body University. As a part of her own fitness training she is well versed in strength training and yoga.
Dr. Lauren Borro, D.P.T.- Physical Therapist
Dr. Lauren Borro is a graduate from the University of Connecticut where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with a focus in Strength and Conditioning.  Lauren worked as a certified strength and conditioning specialist for 3 years before attending the University of Saint Augustine where she received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2012.  While at USA, Lauren received extensive training in the evaluation and treatment of orthopaedic and musculoskeletal dysfunction.  Lauren is originally from Arnold, Maryland, a small town just outside of Annapolis, and is an avid Navy football fan.  In her free time, she enjoys anything that keeps her active, including cycling through historic Jacksonville on her road bike, rock climbing, lifting weights, and yoga.  In addition to working as a physical therapist, Lauren works as a lab assistant at the University of Saint Augustine where she has the opportunity to assist in teaching physical therapy students a couple weekends each month.  Lauren enjoys educating students and patients alike, and is passionate about sharing her knowledge to help improve patient’s lives and prevent future injuries.  Lauren plans to become a certified manual therapist in the future and has completed all the necessary coursework.
Emilie Cohen, P.T. - Physical Therapist
Emilie was born near Amherst Mass and moved to southern New Jersey at an early age.  The child of a biology professor, she graduated with a degree in Biology. She attended Physical Therapy school at Beaver college in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where she met her future husband. They decided to live in South Florida where they started a family. Over the years, they migrated a bit north to settle in Clay County. Here, they raised their children and live now with their two sons and two dogs. Emilie loves cooking, spending time with her husband and sons and playing with her dogs. She also has interests in Pilates and Yoga.
Daniel Angers, PTA, LMT - Physical Therapist Assistant / Orthopedic Massage Therapist / MA38937
Daniel is from San Antonio, TX and spent much of his life growing up in Jacksonville Fl. He graduated with honors from Florida State College at Jacksonville with an Associates in Applied Science and is a licensed physical therapist assistant. Also a licensed massage therapist Daniel brings over a decade experience of massage techniques, including neuromuscular and myofascial release. His experience as a massage therapist has given him a greater understanding of orthopedic conditions associated with injury and common postural distortions.During spare time Daniel enjoys spending time with his wife and two kids, playing guitar and golf and is a reef aquarium hobbyist.
Cynthia Petito, OTR/L, ATP, CAPS - Occupational Therapist & Assistive Technology Professional
Upon graduation from the College of Health Professions Occupational Therapy program at the University of Florida in 1995, Cindi joined Brook’s Rehabilitation Hospital (formally known as Genesis), where she gained knowledge and experience by treating patients with traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, strokes and other neurological conditions. In addition, Cindi gained additional education and acquired a RESNA certification as an Assistive Technology Practitioner (ATP) in 2001. She recognized the need to provide this specialized service within the Jacksonville community for individuals who were homebound and couldn’t travel to a wheelchair clinic. Today, Cindi and her team’s vision and ideas continue to provide holistic patient care by solving each patient’s individual mobility problems, whenever there’s a lack of proper equipment, assistive technology or environmental accessibility.
Tiffany O'Steen, L.M.T., N.M.T. - Medical/Orthopedic Massage Therapist / MA64660
Tiffany graduated from Daytona State College in 2011 for Massage Therapy and is certified by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB). She also acquired certification for Medical Massage in 2013 and has been working as an LMT in Florida providing excellent patient care mostly in medical settings, which she prefers. She is passionate about helping people and is dedicated to being a part of patients’ rehabilitation. She is a Florida native and moved to Jacksonville in 2014. In her spare time she likes to spend time outdoors with her family.
Ashley Roberson, L.M.T., N.M.T. - Orthopedic Massage Therapist/MA51997
After graduating Heritage Institute with her OAS degree in Massage Therapy, Ashley proceeded into the medical massage field to provide high level therapeutic massage. Now over 7+ years later, she is proficient in stress reduction, deep tissue, neuromuscular therapy, sports massage, prenatal, trigger point therapy, and a multitude of different modalities.  She is primarily deep tissue/ NMT / Sports massage. She concentrates on the area and it’s surrounding muscles to help release the tension and increased range of motion. She uses many different effective massage techniques while incorporating active and passive stretching.
Jessica Long - Physical Therapy Aide
Jessica has been a C.N.A. (certified nursing assistant) for 4 years and am highly experienced in dementia care. A majority of her experience is working with patients with memory problems typically Alzheimers, Parkinsons, and Huntingtons.  She is currently enrolled in college and soon to be The Florida State College of Jacksonville nursing program. Jessica has always loved taking care of people. Her hobbies include anything outdoors, but you will mostly find her lying out by the pool or at the beach with a Dr. Pepper.  She has been a Floridian her whole life and she loves the summertime. She looks forward to furthering her education to a BSN someday in the near future.
Rebecca Day - Physical Therapy Aide
Rachel was born and raised in Baltimore, Md. where she worked in numerous nursing/rehabilitation facilities and assisted with at-home care for patients with frontotemporal dementia. She enlisted in the Florida Army National Guard in 2011 after serving in the Navy for a year, and returned to Maryland to participate in the Johns Hopkins ROTC program while attending the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Rachel simultaneously commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Florida National Guard, branching Air Defense Artillery, and graduated with a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology at UMBC in May 2014 before moving to Jacksonville. She is currently finishing her pre-requisites at Florida State College of Jacksonville before applying to Doctorate of Physical Therapy programs. Rachel is a die-hard Ravens fan, who enjoys baking, hot yoga, hiking, bike rides, and kayaking.
Kiz Damato - Office Manager (San Marco)
Kiz is a Jacksonville native and mother of 2 wonderful children. She began working for TherapyWorks in 2010 as the front office administrator and receptionist at our San Marco location. Kiz truly enjoys seeing how much better patients feel after their therapy and ensuring that the office runs smoothy throughout the day. On her time off, she enjoys reading, socializing with friends and family, watching movies, and shopping.
Wendy Blond- Office Manager (Orange Park)
Born in Upstate, NY, went to high school in Jacksonville, FL and studied psychology at Canyon College.  Wendy has worked in medical office management for the past 8 years and general office management for the past 15 years.  She has 5 children and currently lives in Bradford County.  She enjoys fishing, hunting, camping, and baseball, in addition, she volunteers as a coach for little league baseball.  Wendy enjoys challenges and loves being told she can’t do something just so she can do it and prove everyone wrong!  She lives by the belief that “You get out what you put into life including work.  If you expect 100% then you have to give 100%”.
Kelly Bass- Laundry Technician
Kelly is married to her husband Jonny and a mother of 3 boys and 2 grandsons whom she truly enjoys being a part of each one of their daily lives.  She handles the daily tasks involved with disinfecting and cleaning all of the linens for the facilities on a daily basis which is a very important part of Therapy Works model.  Kelly states “At TherapyWorks, we pride ourselves by offering a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere through the use of clean, fresh linens instead of paper products.”