Hali Ray, Office Administrator

Hali Ray is the Office Administrator for SPMS. She is a certified occupational therapy assistant (COTA) but switched to office management in 2021. Hali has experience in multiple clinic settings including skilled nursing care, acute care, and pediatrics. In her spare time, Hali enjoys going to church, spending time with family and friends, and going to the beach. Hali is organized, communicative, and always ready with a smile to help clients and staff alike!

Molly Felmey

Molly Felmey, OTR/L

Molly is an occupational therapist with over 17 years of experience. Her most recent position was as a rehabilitation manager at Anne Arundel Medical Center. Molly has also worked for GBMC, Mercy, skilled nursing facilities, and an outpatient pediatric practice in Annapolis. Molly has a passion for working with neonatal and neurological populations, as well as focusing on holistic wellness and wellbeing. Molly delivers caring, personable, and experienced care to her patients with a deep understanding of their goals. In her personal time, when she isn’t spending time with her family and dogs, she loves her Peloton and to travel!

Chelsea Sadaie, OTR/L

Chelsea has been working as an occupational therapist since 2013. Chelsea has extensive experience with treating the adult population with a focus on neurological conditions. Throughout her career Chelsea has worked in a variety of settings including inpatient rehab at Memorial Hermann TIRR (The Institute of Research and Rehab) and outpatient rehab at the Brain and Balance Center. At the Brain and Balance center, Chelsea started a spinal cord injury support group and a wheelchair evaluation clinic to support the variety of needs of her patients. Chelsea feels passionate about helping people live at their highest level of health, wellbeing, and function by considering all aspects of the person and their environment, then supporting them to make the needed changes to reach their goals. Chelsea is a thoughtful, supportive, and intelligent provider who takes the time to ensure all of her clients have what they need to be successful. Chelsea resides in Montgomery County with her husband and daughter.

Dara Alicando, DPT

Dara has been a practicing Physical Therapist since 2009, providing services to the older adult population. She developed a passion in helping patients with neurological conditions optimize their physical function and movement. During the course of her career, Dara became a certified LSVT Big PT, a Parkinson’s Wellness Recovery PT, and a certified Rocksteady Boxing Coach for people living with Parkinson’s disease. With her strong background in providing evidence-based interventions for people with neurologic conditions, Dara also serves as adjunct faculty teaching at Howard Community College’s PTA program teaching clinical neuroscience. While practicing as a clinician in different settings, Dara became interested in the neuroscience of pain management and felt compelled to help people suffering from chronic pain. Dara is a compassionate, patient-centered clinician who provides pain-informed care with exceptional outcomes.

Jan Pawlicki

Jan is a Health and Wellness Coach specializing in chronic pain management. Trained in biomedical research and certified in Pain Reprocessing Therapy and somatic healing techniques, Jan blends evidence-based approaches with compassionate guidance to support clients. Jan’s coaching style is caring, supportive, and empathetic. Her mission is to empower clients to take the reins in their own healing journey, helping them tap into their inner capacity to heal. She collaborates with clients to implement personalized tools and behavioral change steps tailored to each individual’s needs and style. Pain and other chronic symptoms are often the body’s way of signaling that something needs attention, and they can also be powerful teachers. Jan’s role is to shine a light, ask deep questions, and use reflective listening to help clients understand the valuable lessons their pain is trying to communicate to them, and to show their brain that safety and healing are within reach. Jan’s ultimate goal is to guide clients towards reclaiming their sense of safety, freedom, and joy, so that they can live more fulfilling lives that are less impacted by chronic pain.

Alicia Smith, MS, OTR/L

Alicia is an experienced occupational therapist with over 27 years of experience including spending half of her career as a Director of Rehabilitation. Alicia has also worked for a variety of skilled nursing facilities, continuing care retirement communities as well as hospitals such as the University of Maryland Rehabilitation and Orthopaedics Institute and Levindale Specialty Hospital where she focused on rehabilitating patients with traumatic brain injury and strokes. As a Certified Dementia Care Practitioner she has a passion for working with all patients to help them achieve their highest quality of life. Alicia delivers a caring approach with a little tough love as needed to help patients achieve their goals. Alicia is a proud military mom with 2 of 3 daughters currently serving. In her personal time, she loves to travel, spend time with her family and studying to become a Sommelier!

Allison Greenwood, OTR/L, ATP

Allison Greenwood is an occupational therapist and wheelchair seating specialist. Through her advanced certification as an assistive technology professional, Allison provides evaluations and assessments for those in need of a standard or customized wheelchair. Allison is a graduate of SUNY Buffalo and has been an occupational therapist for nearly 30 years and comes with a wide range of experience. Allison has been a part of the University of Maryland Rehabilitative and Orthopedic Institute since 2005 and is a senior therapist in the outpatient neurological rehab program. When not working, Allison enjoys spending time with her daughter and husband.

Nicole Digilio, PTA

Nicole has been practicing as a Physical Therapist Assistant since 2017, treating in a variety of settings, including outpatient, home health, and assisted living facilities. In addition to her background as a PTA, Nicole has experience working in case management where she has had the opportunity to connect individuals to resources in the community to help them live healthier, safer lives. This combination of experiences has helped her develop a passion for providing holistic care that takes all facets of a person’s life into account when treating. In her spare time Nicole enjoys spending time outdoors and traveling to national parks.

Julianna VerStandig, MOTR/L

Julianna has been working as an occupational therapist in the inpatient rehabilitation setting at Sinai Hospital since 2014. While at Sinai, she was involved with program development for both the inpatient and outpatient chronic pain programs. For years, she served as the lead OT for the inpatient chronic pain program and developed a passion for working with this population. She has seen firsthand the incredible impact OT can provide with patient education and lifestyle modifications. Julianna lives in Frederick with her husband and two young children. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, cooking, reading, and yoga.