Nicole Kluckhohn Proaxis TherapyNicole Kluckhohn, PT, DPT, SCS, ATC
Clinic Director
Director of Quality

Serving as the Director of the Greer Clinic and the Regional Director of Quality for the South Carolina Region, Nicole Kluckhohn graduated from the University of New England with a degree in Physical Therapy in 1996 and went on to complete her Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Regis University in 2009. She is a Board Certified Sports Specialist and is a Certified Athletic Trainer with experience working with high school and collegiate athletes and active individuals at all stages of life. In her spare time, Nicole enjoys completing home improvement projects and spending time with her husband Jason and their son Caleb.

Lisa RossLisa Ross, Front Office Specialist

Lisa Ross is a Front Office Specialist in the Greer Office. When she’s not working she enjoys being creative in any way she can. Lisa enjoys spending time with her 7 year old nephew as well as hanging out with her friends and family. In her spare time, Lisa makes and sells personalized picture frames.

Becky BagwellBecky Bagwell, PT Technician

Originally from Tampa, FL, Becky Bagwell graduated from Georgia Tech with a degree in International Affairs and Spanish. Before coming to Proaxis she worked in Puebla, Mexico, as a university campus minister. She currently works as the Clinic’s Technician and enjoys building relationships with the patients. Becky loves spending time exploring South Carolina with her husband, Josh, cheering on the Yellow Jackets, and discovering local restaurants.

Jacky Mulholland Proaxis TherapyJacky Mulholland, PT, OCS

Jacky Mulholland received her BS in Physiotherapy in Cape Town, South Africa in 1982. She was recruited to the United States in 1993 as a traveling therapist, and worked for 2 years in Louisiana, Arkansas, Indiana and Alabama, before settling in South Carolina. Jacky joined Proaxis Therapy in 2006, and brings with her extensive knowledge and experience in Maitland and McKenzie techniques for both the spine and peripheral joints. As an Orthopedic Certified Specialist, she serves as a Team Leader for Proaxis. Jacky is married to Brian and they have one son, Travis. She enjoys exercising, photography, and traveling in her spare time.

Josh VanRiper Proaxis TherapyJosh VanRiper, PT, DPT

A Midwest native, Josh VanRiper received his Bachelor of Kinesiology degree from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign where he played 3 years of club baseball. Following his undergraduate studies, Josh was president of his class at Washington University of St. Louis where he earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2010. When not helping others get “back on their feet,” he enjoys the great outdoors, baseball, creating music, and playing with his dog, Ace.

Anquain Sullivan Proaxis TherapyAnquain Sullivan, PT, DPT, ATC

Originally from Greenville, South Carolina, Anquain Sullivan is one of the homegrown therapists at Proaxis. Anquain attended the University of South Carolina where he received his Athletic Training degree. He graduated from the Medical University of South Carolina in 2004 with a degree in Physical Therapy. He then went on to receive his Transitional Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2010. He enjoys professional sports and movies and spending time with his family.

Rebecca Arndt Proaxis TherapyRebecca Arndt, PT, DPT, SCS

Becky Arndt received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Duke University in 2007. She has 4 years of experience working with active individuals of all ages with special interests in running injuries, ACL-R rehabilitation, post-operative rehabilitation, and injury prevention. Becky completed the sports residency at Gundersen Lutheran Sports Medicine in La Crosse, WI in 2010. She is an American Physical Therapy Association Sports Certified Specialist. Becky is a native of Wisconsin where she played college basketball at NAIA Division II Viterbo University. Becky enjoys running, cycling, strength training, hiking, and watching sports.

Sabina Weaver Proaxis TherapySabina Weaver, PT, MSPT, ATC

Sabina Weaver received her BS in Exercise Science in 1991, followed by her Masters in Physical Therapy from Carson-Neumann College in 1998. She has worked in general orthopedics throughout her career, but has specialized in Women’s Health and aquatics over the last several years. As an adjunct professor, Sabina shares her knowledge by teaching the Women’s Health program at WCU. She is a vibrant therapist who has had great success in treating patients with pelvic floor plan, incontinence, and fibromyalgia and other disorders. In her spare time, Sabina enjoys spending time with her husband and 4 children. She has also completed 7 marathons and a dozen half marathons.

Sara Utenick Proaxis TherapySara Utenick, PTA

Sara Utenick grew up in Iowa and is an avid Hawkeye fan and former Elite level gymnast. She landed in Colorado after high school, where she coached competitive gymnastics at the college and team levels. Sara graduated from Arapahoe Community College in Littleton, Colorado in 2000 as a Physical Therapist Assistant. She has worked extensively in sports medicine and outpatient orthopedics, working with many High School, Collegiate, and Professional level athletes. While working at the Steadman Hawkins Clinic in Denver, CO, Sara was involved in research concerning post-operative rehabilitation for the shoulder and knee, especially microfracture of the knee. She has enjoyed being a mentor to several PTA students since being at Proaxis. When she is not working Sara and her husband enjoy, hiking, biking, and kayaking.

Brian Draddy Proaxis TherapyBrian Draddy, PT, DPT

Brian Draddy is originally from Charlotte, NC and earned degrees in Exercise and Sports Science and Interpersonal Communications from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2006. He then traveled down south to the other ‘Carolina’ where he received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy at the University of South Carolina in 2010. Outside of work Brian enjoys golfing, exercising, dancing and spending time with friends and family.

Scott Kaylor Proaxis TherapyScott Kaylor, PT, DPT, SCS

Scott Kaylor successfully completed Proaxis’ sports residency program in 2010, received his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Duke University in 2009, and received his Bachelor’s of Science from the University of Tennessee in 2005. Scott is a board certified specialist in Sports Physical Therapy with experience in treating collegiate, high school, and recreational athletes. Scott enjoys spending time with his wife Julie and competing in triathlon and running events; he is currently pursuing a goal of completing a race in every state in the United States.