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Virtually the Best

Excellence Derived from Expertise

Our team of experts is dedicated to delivering the most effective virtual care to fit your unique passions, challenges and environment. Their knowledge and experience shapes our approach and eases the transition from clinic to home.

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Brad Dexter

Physical Therapist, PT, DPT

Skilled in neuromuscular therapy, clinical research, and brain and spinal cord injury rehab, Brad proves virtual care is a powerful and effective approach. He consults and speaks nationally on various topics in the field, and his deep, clinical knowledge, experience with athletic training, and passion for teaching sets him apart. Brad also has a passion for music and is an avid sports enthusiast and outdoorsman. Often tackling renovation projects around the house, he is a handy-man at heart whenever he’s not camping and taking road trips with his family to national parks throughout the country.

Ana Hancock

Occupational Therapist, OTR-L, OTD

Ana (Ah-Nuh) received her undergraduate degree from Gon-ZAG-a. She’s less particular about the pronunciation of the former than the latter. Either way, her heart is with the Bulldogs and the Pacific Northwest, but we’re glad she brought her talents to the Midwest. Ana’s extensive experience in managing the intricacies of catastrophic injury is complimented by her expertise in women’s health and driver’s training. She is the proud mother of twin boys and enjoys decorating baked goods in her free time.  Ana is always striving to “Bake the world a better place!”

Melissa Anderson

Occupational Therapist, OTR-L, OTD

Mel, a graduate of Creighton University, joined QLI in 2013. Her infectious attitude, unique skill set, and creative approach contribute to the impact she makes as an influential leader and expert in her field. Mel is the Vice President of the Neuro-Rehab section for the Nebraska Occupational Therapy Association, a certified LoveYourBrain yoga instructor, and enjoys presenting on the topics of telehealth as well as brain and spinal cord injury rehabilitation. When she’s not traveling with her husband, Mel never misses an opportunity to celebrate a birthday…for an entire month!

Nealey Hoffman

Speech Language Pathologist

A native of Polk, NE, Nealey is the ultimate small-town girl. Naturally inquisitive, collected under pressure, and adventurous, she brings a collaborative and thoughtful energy to the Kintinu team. Nealey’s areas of expertise include, brain and spinal cord injury, motor speech disorders, neurodegenerative disease, and assistive and augmentative communication. Nealey loves to travel, and if she had to choose between the mountains or beach, she’d choose both! When she’s not traveling, she can be found in out in the yard landscaping and gardening. 

Steve Kerschke

Program Director

Beginning his career as a physical therapist, Steve has “grown up” with our parent company, QLI and is our steadying force. Recognized as a Midlands Business Journal 40 under 40 recipient, he combines his marketing experience and clinical background to guide all aspects of the Kintinu business. Outside the office, he’s with his two boys on the ball field, the basketball court, or at the local fishing hole. He’s even passed down his love (bad habit) of buying up the newest Nike sneakers. His competitive spirit shines through on the golf course, but he makes up for all the bad shots playing corn hole after the round.

Kathy Dervin

Clinical Psychologist, PsyD

Completing her undergraduate studies at Loyola University Chicago, Dr. Dervin earned her doctoral degree in Psychology from Spalding University and completed her post-doctoral training at St. George’s University in Grenada. Despite her love for snorkeling and scuba diving, Kathy joined our team in 2018 and specializes in treating the effects of catastrophic injury and chronic pain. Since the ocean is no longer an option, she spends her free time exercising and playing golf and tennis. Kathy is also an ex-jump rope champion (albeit in 6th grade), so we’re anxiously awaiting the invite to her next Double Dutch competition!

Scott Meyers

Chief Technology Officer

Scott cut his teeth in the technology space while working for the Naval Ocean System in San Diego, CA. Eventually he found his way back to Omaha where he owned and co-ran a successful technology consulting business. Now, Scott uses his technological expertise and entrepreneurial mindset to help Kintinu deliver and scale our services nationally. His love for cycling, hiking, golfing, and spending time with family rivals his enthusiasm for Batman and other superheroes. Scott would jump at the chance to visit Gotham City, but there’s a better chance he helps us build a smart city someday. Holy gigabytes Batman!

Claire Thelen

Coordinator

Claire leverages her diverse experience in business and healthcare to develop and implement operational initiatives for Kintinu. Balancing curiosity, creativity, and ambition, she also makes an impact by offering unique, yet valuable solutions to shape the direction of the organization. A true renaissance woman, she enjoys photography, baking, surfing Zillow, and vying for “Aunt of the Year.” There’s no chance she’ll fall short there (just ask her niece, Carol), but perhaps being known as a “Jill of all trades” is just as fitting!

Alex McClellan

Business Development Representative

Balancing drive, inquisition, and level headedness, Alex blends her clinical and sales background with her strong work ethic to tell the Kintinu story. She earned her degrees in chemistry and biology from Wayne State University and has extensive experience working with individuals following catastrophic injury.  Alex has a love for music and has amassed an impressive collection of vinyl records. A self-proclaimed “mild thrill-seeker,” she enjoys meeting new people, trying interesting foods, and outdoor adventures, but you won’t find her shooting a Red Bull Extreme Sports video anytime soon!

Holly Smith

Funding and Reimbursement Specialist

Drawing on her education from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where she studied Finance, Holly is instrumental in supporting the back end of the business. A curious growth seeker, you can often find her with her nose in an interesting book or fueling her passion for serving and helping others by volunteering her time and talent both in the workplace and the community. Holly has a love for the outdoors and enjoys discovering new adventures on trails and parks with her family and friends.