Bo Renshaw, MSPT, ATCOwner
I was an athlete in high school and discovered physical therapy when I broke an ankle one summer. I was amazed at what a physical therapist could do without drugs or surgery. When I went to college, I remembered my physical therapy experience and decided to become a physical therapy volunteer, and I quickly found out that this is what I wanted to do with my life. And I’ve never regretted my decision since.
- MS – Physical Therapy, University of Central Arkansas, Conway, AR, 1998
- ATC – National Athletic Trainers Association Board of Certification, 2001
- BS – Biology, Ouachita Baptist University, Arkadelphia, AR, 1995
- LICENSURE – Arkansas
Interaction with my colleagues is very important. The first benefit that comes to mind is the free flow of information that has had a direct influence on my practice over the years. The second benefit is knowing that something I may have recommended to a colleague has made a difference for a patient I’ll never meet. That gives me great satisfaction.
- MEMBER – American Physical Therapy Association, Sports Section and Private Practice Section; National Athletic Trainers Association, Arkansas Physical Therapy Association
- AUTHOR/LECTURER – Shoulder Impingement in the Overhead Athlete – 2004; Current Rehab for the Throwing Athelete, Spring 2002 High School Coaches Seminar; Knee Rehab, Ortho Arkansas Quarterly Magazine; Back Care, Department of Health Services; Arkansas Athletic Trainers Conference, Shoulder Rehab; Proper Lifting Techniques for Firefighters and EMS – NLR Fire Department
- VOLUNTEER – Sports Medicine, North Little Rock High School, Sylvan Hills High School and North Pulaski High School
My years of experience, combined with today’s advances, allow me to confirm your diagnosis and create a customized treatment plan for you. Over the years, I have helped thousands of patients end their pain and return to their active lives. For me, that’s the most rewarding part of my job.
CONTINUING EDUCATION – Functional Retraining, Advances in Knee and Shoulder Therapy, Orthotic Fabrication, Treatment of Foot Injuries
In his free time, Bo Renshaw enjoys hunting, golfing, playing basketball and spending time with his wife, Sarah, and their three children, James, Callie, and Abby.
Stan Harris, PT, DPT
My interest in the medical field stemmed from being raised in a medical family. My father is a physician, mother a registered nurse, and also have two brothers that are Physical Therapists. Practicing as a Physical Therapist allows me to provide a needed service to the community.
- DPT – Doctor of Physical Therapy, University of Central Arkansas, Conway, AR 2003
- BS – Physical Therapy. University of Central Arkansas, Conway, AR 1985
- BS – Biology, Ouachita Baptist University, Conway, AR, 1982
- LICENSURE – Arkansas
We take pride in providing individual care with close patient supervision. Our facility arrangement allows excellent patient and staff interaction. Though our facility is large, we want the patient to feel “at home”. This environment allows me to enjoy my job and look forward to coming to work.
- MEMBER – American Physical Therapy Association
- VOLUNTEER – ArPTA Treasure 2010 – 2013
- Teaching – 8 years as adjunct faculty in the physical and occupational therapy programs at UCA
Along with 28 years of practice, including 21 years in private practice, Stan specializes in vestibular and spine rehabilitation, and especially enjoys the challenge of working with chronic pain patients.
He is married to Betty and has four children from age 26 to 11. His leisure time is spent working on home projects and enjoys the outdoors camping and kayaking.
Kathy Borrelli, PT, OMPT
As a High School senior I investigated several career options to help me make the decision on “what I should do when I grow up.” Physical Therapy was appealing because it would allow me to help others improve their life. I have been a physical therapist for 26 years and have never regretted my decision. In Physical Therapy you are always growing and learning as you work with different people and different problems. I am inspired by patient’s that are able to battle back from terrible problems and always have a smile on their face. I many times receive as much from the treatment as the patient! Early on I felt a calling to help others, with Physical Therapy being an answer to my prayers.
- BS – Physical Therapy – University of Illinois Medical Center, Chicago, IL – 1980
- OMPT – Graduate Certificate in Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy – Oakland University – Rochester MI, 1998
- LICENSURE – Arkansas (2005), Michigan, Illinois
I appreciate the ability to share ideas with other therapists concerning patient treatments. We all have had different experiences in our careers, and each patient is an individual, so a technique or treatment that worked well with one person may not be the best for another. Having a good working environment where there are other colleagues to brainstorm with on how to help a patient is important to me, and I feel that I have that environment at Harris & Renshaw Physical Therapy.
- MEMBER – American Physical Therapy Association, Orthopedic, Women’s Health Sections
- AUTHOR/LECTURER – Proper Lifting Techniques for Firefighters and EMS – NLR Fire Department; Proper Lifting Techniques for Firefighters and EMS – Washington, MI Fire Department; Fall Prevention for the Elderly – St. Anastasia Senior Citizens Group
In the past 26 years I have been practicing Physical Therapy I have seen great changes in philosophy of treatment of different orthopedic and neurological problems. I pride myself in keeping current with the latest thinking concerning different treatment protocols and techniques to benefit my patient’s outcome.
CONTINUING EDUCATION – Institute of Graduate Health Studies S1, S2, S3, and E1 Mobilization, TMJ seminar – Steven Krause, Maitland Spinal and Extremity Mobilization, Muscle Energy Techniques of the Spine and SI, Strain/Counterstrain Techniques for the Extremities, Freddy Kaltenborn/Olaf Evjenth S1-S9, E1-E3, Closed Chain Seminar – Gary Grey, SI mobilization, Center of Integrated Manual Therapy Visceral Mobilization with Muscle Energy and Beyond, Women’s health Issues, Female Pelvic Floor Function, Dysfunction and Treatment – Herman-Wallace Institute
In her free time Kathy knits, sews, quilts, reads, and spends time with her family, husband Michael and three children, Michael, Melissa and Christina.
Phil McKelvy, PT, DPT Physical Therapist
I had my first interaction with physical therapy as a high school student while recovering from a football injury. I liked how the therapists worked with a large variety of people and used their knowledge to help the patients get back to what their hobbies and daily activities.
DPT – Doctor of Physical Therapy, University of Central Arkansas, Conway, AR 2016
BS – Kinesiology, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR 2013
LICENSURE – Arkansas
I enjoy working in a clinic where I can treat a wide variety of patients from young student athletes working hard to get back to their sport to patients working to get back to their hobbies without pain or limitations. Working in a clinic with several different therapists, there is plenty of opportunity to grow and learn. I try my best to stay current in areas of research that are constantly changing such as our knowledge of pain and utilize other therapists with different experiences than me to give my patients the best possible care.
MEMBER – American Physical Therapy Association
In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my wife, Meredith and spoiling our dog, Aspen. I enjoy hiking, golf, disc golf, camping, traveling, and pretty much anything outdoors.
Lindsey Chance, MS, OTR/L
When choosing my field of study in college, I knew I wanted to be involved in the medical rehabilitation environment. I selected the profession of occupational therapy because of its focus on renewing an individual’s ability to participate in everyday activities. As an occupational therapist I am able to engage in a client’s values and interest and structure my treatment plan according to what is important to the client. I have had the opportunity to work and study in several different environments such as acute rehabilitation and long term care and now in a private practice. I am excited to continue my practice of occupational therapy with those individuals looking to maximize their participation in everyday activities that they find meaningful.
- BSES – Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science, University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS, 2005
- MS – Occupational Therapy, University of Central Arkansas, Conway, AR, 2009 Licensure – Arkansas
- NATIONAL BOARD CERTIFIED OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST (NBCOT) – 2009
I value the opportunity to work with other skilled professionals who have an extensive amount of experience and knowledge. I love the fact that my profession is designed to treat each client, individually, based on their current needs, values and interests. Being passionate about my profession and wanting to make a positive impact on people’s needs are two qualities that make me the clinician I am today
- MEMBER – American Occupational Therapy Association, AROTA
- VOLUNTEER – iCAN Dance (instructor)
- EMPLOYMENT – Dance instructor 10 years at Ms. Karen’s Dance Studio
- CONTINUING EDUCATION – Ness H200 Certification for Upper Extremity Dysfunction (2010), Interactive Metronome Certification (2010), Vestibular Rehabilitation (2011), Rotator Cuff Syndrome (2012), Shoulder Disorders (2012 & 2015), Certified Senior Strength Trainer (C.S.S.T) (2013)
I love spending time with my husband, David and two kids Carter and Cooper. I am blessed to have my parents and in-laws close by to spend time with as well. I am a HUGE family person. I enjoy watching football and basketball, working at the dance studio, decorating our home, cooking and baking, going for walks, eating out at my favorite local restaurants and traveling.
Kelsy Patterson, ATC
I initially became interested sports rehabilitation after several sports-related injuries during high school. This led to pursuing the athletic training field in college with plans to go on for a doctor of physical therapy after obtaining my undergraduate degree. After working in the field as an athletic trainer, I discovered that I was truly passionate about getting to know and form lasting relationships with the athletes and getting to be “in the action” on a daily basis. After exploring my options, I knew that I belonged in a high school athletic trainer setting where I could influence students not only as athletes, but also as they matured into young adults.
- BS – Athletic Training, Harding University, Searcy, AR 2017
- ATC – National Athletic Trainers Association Board of Certification, 2017
- LICENSURE – Arkansas
I feel very fortunate for the opportunity to work with North Little Rock High School athletes and the experienced professionals at Harris and Renshaw that have allowed me to grow toward my athletic training goals.
- MEMBER – National Athletic Trainers Association, Arkansas Athletic Trainers Association
- TEACHING – Sports Medicine at North Little Rock High School
In her free time, Kelsy can be found riding horses and spending time with her Corgi, Piper. She enjoys teaching Bible class and counseling at youth camp for her church.