Our Mission Statement

We believe that therapy is all about the patient. Since our first day of business in 2000, we have strived to provide the best care to help our patients achieve their goals. We aim to effectively communicate with both the patient and their physicians in order to foster a healthy outcome and a meaningful relationship. It is our mission to take care of you, help you improve, and provide a way for you to sustain your gains.

 
It all started with an idea and a passion for healing.
— Ray Yumang

Excellence in therapy is a time-honored tradition here at A. Yumang Rehab Services. Featured in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette twice, the clinic began as a startup in 2000. It was established in Springdale and eventually gathered enough clients to open a second location in Fayetteville in 2003.

 

Our Therapists

We have gathered some of the best and the brightest physical therapists and physical therapist assistants here in our clinic. Each of our therapists have their own unique style of treating patients. Learn a little bit about their stories, hobbies, and training below.

Ray Yumang  PT/LMT  Ray Yumang has been a physical therapist for twenty-five years and is also licensed in massage therapy. Trained in numerous approaches and techniques, he specializes in treatment for lymphedema, vestibular rehab, neurodevelopmental technique, Graston method, and the Maitland approach to name a few. An avid musician, health enthusiast, and sports fan, Ray likes to focus on treating the patient first and making them stronger.

Ray Yumang
PT/LMT

Ray Yumang has been a physical therapist for twenty-five years and is also licensed in massage therapy. Trained in numerous approaches and techniques, he specializes in treatment for lymphedema, vestibular rehab, neurodevelopmental technique, Graston method, and the Maitland approach to name a few. An avid musician, health enthusiast, and sports fan, Ray likes to focus on treating the patient first and making them stronger.

 
Brandon Anible  DPT  Brandon was first exposed to physical therapy after being injured while playing football. When asked what made him choose PT as a career he replied, “My PT helped me not only recover from my injury, but she also made me a better athlete, mentally and physically. After that, I knew what my life’s mission was.” While receiving his doctorate from the University of Miami, Brandon gained experience working with the Miami Hurricanes’ Athletic Department. He specializes in sports and is interested in Orthopedics. Brandon has a desire to help athletes involved in all sports. During his free time he enjoys watching and playing sports, traveling, and spending time outdoors.

Brandon Anible
DPT

Brandon was first exposed to physical therapy after being injured while playing football. When asked what made him choose PT as a career he replied, “My PT helped me not only recover from my injury, but she also made me a better athlete, mentally and physically. After that, I knew what my life’s mission was.” While receiving his doctorate from the University of Miami, Brandon gained experience working with the Miami Hurricanes’ Athletic Department. He specializes in sports and is interested in Orthopedics. Brandon has a desire to help athletes involved in all sports. During his free time he enjoys watching and playing sports, traveling, and spending time outdoors.

Ramon Henry  Competitive Edge Trainer  Ramon graduated from the University of Arkansas in 2017 with a BS in Kinesiology. He has been a part of our team for over a year. Ramon chose to be involved with our Competitive Edge program because he knows, from his own personal experiences, just how important injury prevention can be. He is passionate about using his knowledge to help others perform their sport or activity with a lower risk of injury and a higher ceiling of performance. He is interested in a variety of sports such as; football, basketball, soccer, track & field, and boxing. He also has an interest in HIIT, isometric exercises, plyometrics, and resistance training. In his spare time you can find Ramon playing 2K, working out, and playing basketball.

Ramon Henry
Competitive Edge Trainer

Ramon graduated from the University of Arkansas in 2017 with a BS in Kinesiology. He has been a part of our team for over a year. Ramon chose to be involved with our Competitive Edge program because he knows, from his own personal experiences, just how important injury prevention can be. He is passionate about using his knowledge to help others perform their sport or activity with a lower risk of injury and a higher ceiling of performance. He is interested in a variety of sports such as; football, basketball, soccer, track & field, and boxing. He also has an interest in HIIT, isometric exercises, plyometrics, and resistance training. In his spare time you can find Ramon playing 2K, working out, and playing basketball.

Chaney Black  DPT  "With every client, my desire is to help lead them to a more fulfilling, healthy life," said Chaney Black on her goals as a therapist. She received her doctorate from the University of Central Arkansas in 2012. Physical therapy was her career of choice because it provides a way to educate, serve, and support healthy lifestyles. Chaney wants to lead her clients to live a more fulfilling life through connection and empowerment. She has a special interest in Pelvic Floor Rehab. When given free time, she can be found running, cycling, doing yoga, or exploring outdoors.

Chaney Black
DPT

"With every client, my desire is to help lead them to a more fulfilling, healthy life," said Chaney Black on her goals as a therapist. She received her doctorate from the University of Central Arkansas in 2012. Physical therapy was her career of choice because it provides a way to educate, serve, and support healthy lifestyles. Chaney wants to lead her clients to live a more fulfilling life through connection and empowerment. She has a special interest in Pelvic Floor Rehab. When given free time, she can be found running, cycling, doing yoga, or exploring outdoors.

Joshua Wyatt  LMT  Joshua’s interest in massage therapy started with working on his friends and family who had tension in their bodies. Joshua graduated from the Massage Institute of Memphis in the Summer of 2018. He specializes in “pin and stretch” technique, and has found it to be very effective at loosening tight muscles. He also uses his 15 years of drumming experience to perform a variety of percussive techniques. He is passionate about making his clients feel better and educating them on how they can make themselves feel better everyday! He loves to run, hike, bike, swim, rock climb, and generally be active. Along with his girlfriend, Joshua also performs in a band called Something Better.

Joshua Wyatt
LMT

Joshua’s interest in massage therapy started with working on his friends and family who had tension in their bodies. Joshua graduated from the Massage Institute of Memphis in the Summer of 2018. He specializes in “pin and stretch” technique, and has found it to be very effective at loosening tight muscles. He also uses his 15 years of drumming experience to perform a variety of percussive techniques. He is passionate about making his clients feel better and educating them on how they can make themselves feel better everyday! He loves to run, hike, bike, swim, rock climb, and generally be active. Along with his girlfriend, Joshua also performs in a band called Something Better.

 
Julia Androitis-Sharp  PTA, BSIS  Julia graduated from ASU-Jonesboro in 2015 with her PTA degree and a BS in Interdisciplinary Studies with an emphasis in Health, Exercise Science, and Psychology. She was drawn to the field of physical therapy by her passion for health and wellness. When asked what made her choose physical therapy as a career Julia stated, “I think taking care of our bodies by what we do and what we eat is so important, I want to help people become passionate about it too!” Julia has experience with pediatrics and has a special interest in orthopedics. She believes that having a good therapist-patient relationship is important and enjoys getting to know her patients. During her free time Julia enjoys hiking, camping, yoga, vegetarian cooking, recycling, and helps her husband run a small candle business called ‘Little Bison Co.’.

Julia Androitis-Sharp
PTA, BSIS

Julia graduated from ASU-Jonesboro in 2015 with her PTA degree and a BS in Interdisciplinary Studies with an emphasis in Health, Exercise Science, and Psychology. She was drawn to the field of physical therapy by her passion for health and wellness. When asked what made her choose physical therapy as a career Julia stated, “I think taking care of our bodies by what we do and what we eat is so important, I want to help people become passionate about it too!” Julia has experience with pediatrics and has a special interest in orthopedics. She believes that having a good therapist-patient relationship is important and enjoys getting to know her patients. During her free time Julia enjoys hiking, camping, yoga, vegetarian cooking, recycling, and helps her husband run a small candle business called ‘Little Bison Co.’.

Taylor Clarke  DPT  “I truly believe in the capabilities of physical therapy to get anyone back to doing what they love to do. I want to be the one to help you achieve your goals!” Taylor received his doctorate from Arkansas State University in 2017. He was drawn into the field of physical therapy by his fascination with the human body, its abilities, and by experiencing his fair share of injuries. Taylor is trained in Blood Flow Restriction technique. During his free time he can be found mountain biking “wherever and whenever!” In reality, anything outdoors, count him in!

Taylor Clarke
DPT

“I truly believe in the capabilities of physical therapy to get anyone back to doing what they love to do. I want to be the one to help you achieve your goals!” Taylor received his doctorate from Arkansas State University in 2017. He was drawn into the field of physical therapy by his fascination with the human body, its abilities, and by experiencing his fair share of injuries. Taylor is trained in Blood Flow Restriction technique. During his free time he can be found mountain biking “wherever and whenever!” In reality, anything outdoors, count him in!

Joey Schaefer Jr.  PTA  Sometimes, former patients of physical therapy become inspired to become therapists themselves- that's exactly how Joey Schaefer Jr. became a PTA. After having three knee surgeries in 1990-92, he went to therapy and later decided to study at NWACC. As a therapist, Joey likes to be well-rounded in his expertise. "I am part of an awesome team that focuses on getting clients back to doing what they love," he says. His hobbies include working with computers, eating, and finding more humor in life.

Joey Schaefer Jr.
PTA

Sometimes, former patients of physical therapy become inspired to become therapists themselves- that's exactly how Joey Schaefer Jr. became a PTA. After having three knee surgeries in 1990-92, he went to therapy and later decided to study at NWACC. As a therapist, Joey likes to be well-rounded in his expertise. "I am part of an awesome team that focuses on getting clients back to doing what they love," he says. His hobbies include working with computers, eating, and finding more humor in life.

 
 
Ann Jenkins  PTA, LMT  Ann Jenkins received her PTA degree from Northwest Arkansas Community College in 2011 and her LMT from The Edge School of Massage in March of 2019. Since her early twenties, Ann,, has had an interest in wellness and preventative health . Her love for massage therapy and overall wellness combined with years of experience as a PTA has given her knowledge, skill, and compassion for her clients. She specializes in relaxation massage, as well as, PNF stretching. She is interested in focusing her massage therapy skills on pain reduction and improving ROM and overall function. Ann enjoys filling her free time with Bible study, learning Hebrew and Spanish, organic gardening, vegan/vegetarian cooking, soap-making, singing, song-writing, and playing guitar and piano!

Ann Jenkins
PTA, LMT

Ann Jenkins received her PTA degree from Northwest Arkansas Community College in 2011 and her LMT from The Edge School of Massage in March of 2019. Since her early twenties, Ann,, has had an interest in wellness and preventative health . Her love for massage therapy and overall wellness combined with years of experience as a PTA has given her knowledge, skill, and compassion for her clients. She specializes in relaxation massage, as well as, PNF stretching. She is interested in focusing her massage therapy skills on pain reduction and improving ROM and overall function. Ann enjoys filling her free time with Bible study, learning Hebrew and Spanish, organic gardening, vegan/vegetarian cooking, soap-making, singing, song-writing, and playing guitar and piano!

Callie Stoltzfus  PTA  Ever since high school, Callie Stoltzfus showed an interest in anatomy and physiology. All it took was one shadowing session and a suggestion for her to find her passion in physical therapy. She specializes in the latest treatments for lower back pain and integrating yoga into therapy exercises. As a physical therapist assistant, Callie likes to work with people to help them achieve their goals. She enjoys trail running, mountain biking, yoga, and gardening.

Callie Stoltzfus
PTA

Ever since high school, Callie Stoltzfus showed an interest in anatomy and physiology. All it took was one shadowing session and a suggestion for her to find her passion in physical therapy. She specializes in the latest treatments for lower back pain and integrating yoga into therapy exercises. As a physical therapist assistant, Callie likes to work with people to help them achieve their goals. She enjoys trail running, mountain biking, yoga, and gardening.

 
Kaitlyn Stambaugh  DPT  Stumbling on physical therapy by chance, Kaitlyn Stambaugh found a field that she enjoys to work in. As a doctoral graduate from the University of Central Arkansas, she specializes in Graston I treatment. Kaitlyn is interested in wound care, manual certification, and orthopedic certification. We asked her why patients should see her and she replied "I'm fun while working and I like to make friends with my patients." Well-versed in popular culture and anime, she also takes interest in arts, crafts, and gardening.

Kaitlyn Stambaugh
DPT

Stumbling on physical therapy by chance, Kaitlyn Stambaugh found a field that she enjoys to work in. As a doctoral graduate from the University of Central Arkansas, she specializes in Graston I treatment. Kaitlyn is interested in wound care, manual certification, and orthopedic certification. We asked her why patients should see her and she replied "I'm fun while working and I like to make friends with my patients." Well-versed in popular culture and anime, she also takes interest in arts, crafts, and gardening.