Our Brooks Cybernic Treatment Center Team
Geneva Tonuzi, MD
Medical Director, Brooks Spinal Cord Injury Program
Medical Director, Brooks Cybernic Treatment Center (BCTC)
Dr. Tonuzi received her medical degree from the University of Kansas School of Medicine in 2009. In 2013, she completed her residency training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. She subsequently completed a fellowship in Spinal Cord Injury Medicine at the University of Miami. Dr. Tonuzi joined the Brooks team as the Medical Director for Spinal Cord Injury in August 2014.
Dr. Tonuzi is currently a member of the Florida Medical Association (FMA), the Academy of Spinal Cord Injury Professionals (ASCIP) and the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (ABPMR). She is Board-Certified in both Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Spinal Cord Injury Medicine.
Robert McIver, PT, DPT, NCS
Director of Clinical Technology
Bob moved to Jacksonville, FL in 2010 to work with Brooks Rehabilitation as a Neurologic Physical Therapist. Prior to settling in Florida, he worked in North Carolina as a Physical Therapist in multiple treatment settings with patients who had varying disabilities. On his path to becoming a Physical Therapist, Bob studied Biology at the University of Delaware and received his Doctor of Physical Therapy in 2002 from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences. To increase his expertise in the rehabilitation of those with Neurologic conditions, he completed Neurologic Residency training at Brooks Rehabilitation in 2010.
His passion for working with patients who are impacted by Neurologic injuries has carried over into a passion for technological advancements that help his patients achieve more independence and function in their everyday lives. This opportunity evolved into his current role with Brooks Rehabilitation as the Director of Clinical Technology, where he is responsible for keeping Brooks on the cutting edge of rehabilitation technology. This role, with his past expertise, aided in forming the partnership between Brooks Rehabilitation and CYBERDYNE, Inc, in order to offer HAL treatments in the United States
Meghan Kettles, PT, DPT, MHS
Cyberdyne & Brooks, Inc. Physical Therapist
Meghan is a licensed physical therapist who earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2012 from the University of Florida. She has been working for Brooks since October 2012 at the inpatient rehabilitation hospital as a float and has experience working with a wide variety of patients, but individuals with neurological injuries have always been her passion. While at Brooks Meghan has been involved in numerous projects and programs, with the most recent as the new coordinator of the Inpatient Hybrid Program (a program that focuses on the use of interventional technology with patients across a broad spectrum of diagnoses). And most importantly, she is a part of the team who travelled to Japan to be trained on and will be delivering treatment with the HAL robot.
Prior to becoming a physical therapist and working at Brooks, Meghan earned her Master’s of Health Science in Rehabilitation Counseling at the University of Florida and worked as a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor while completing her DPT. While at UF Meghan was also involved in multiple research projects, largely focused on Locomotor Training for individuals with diagnoses of Spinal Cord Injury and Stroke. She is eager and excited to bring these experiences along with her clinical skills to be a part of introducing this innovative technology to the U.S.
Jessica Dunn, PT, DPT, NCS
Cyberdyne & Brooks Inc. Physical Therapist
Jessica Dunn is a physical therapist practicing in Jacksonville Florida with Brooks Rehabilitation. As a Florida native, Jessica completed her Bachelor’s of Health Science at the University of Florida and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at the University of North Florida. Jessica is passionate about working with adults with neurological conditions and is recognized by the APTA for receiving Board Certification in Neurology.
After traveling to Tsukuba Japan for training, Jessica became certified to deliver the CYBERDYNE, Inc. HAL intervention in the United States and has been integral in program development for America’s first HAL treatment center. As a Jacksonville Beach resident, in her free time, Jessica enjoys spending time with friends and family at the beach.
Cyberdyne & Brooks Inc. Brand Manager
Amy graduated with two bachelor’s degrees; one in exercise physiology from Florida Atlantic University and the other in nutrition and dietetics from the University of North Florida. Amy has spent the last 10 years in developing and expanding business’ and medical practices in North Florida. Amy joins the Brooks Rehabilitation team for the second time in her career to help launch a new business line, Cyberdyne & Brooks Inc. Her goal is to bring the HAL technology to as many patients as possible to increase their quality of life.
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