Meet our Team
We’re passionate therapists on a mission to help families in the greater Baltimore-Washington area get the services they need to thrive.
Katie Roe, MS, OTR/L
Katie is a founding member of Unbridled Rehabilitation Services, serving as clinical director and lead occupational therapist working with individuals across the life span. Katie has a background in business management, home healthcare, neuro-
Elina is an owner member of Unbridled Rehabilitation Services, serving as Managing Director. Elina has experience in practice management and allied healthcare across multiple specialties and settings. Most of her experience has been with outpatient rehabilitation practices. Elina was an owner of a private medical billing agency and is well versed in all aspects of front office as well as the insurance billing process.
Julie Egleston, PT
Julie graduated from the University of Maryland at Baltimore Physical Therapy School in 1990. She has close to 30 years of experience with almost half that time working with Pediatric clients in the home, in an outpatient setting, in aquatic therapy, hippotherapy, and in the school system. ⠀
"My favorite thing about being a therapist is helping people achieve their goals and live a happy and productive life! ⠀
Outside of work, I am wife to my husband of almost 22 years, and a mom to 17-year-old boy/girl twins. When I'm not working you can find me spending time with my family, working out on my Peloton bike (I love my Peloton bike), taking my dog for long walks/hikes, and scoping out today's latest fashion trends."
Abigail Schaefer, MS, OTR/L
Abigail graduated from Towson University in 2019 with a Masters in Occupational Therapy. As a student, she interned in an outpatient orthopedic facility here in Maryland and at a school for kids with special needs in a rural, developing town in Guatemala where she provided both school-based and outpatient therapy services to children in the community.
Both experiences provided experience working with a wide variety of clients, developing Abigail into an observant, independent, and flexible therapist. She is passionate and excited about the diverse and holistic therapies offered at Unbridled.
Abigail enjoys to read, cook, run, hike, swim, and travel, and loves to teach and engage other people in these activities. She strives to live fully and wants to help others do the same.
Hillary Scott, CCC-SLP
Hillary is a board-certified and licensed speech-language pathologist. She graduated from James Madison University in 2012 with a Bachelor's degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders with a minor in special education. Hillary went on to complete her Master's in Speech-Language Pathology at the University of Tennessee, graduating in 2014.
She has worked for the public schools here in Maryland for 6 years and with Unbridled Rehabilitation Services for 5 years. Hillary enjoys the diversity of clients that she gets to work with at Unbridled Rehab, and especially loves the unique hippotherapy aspect that is available.
As a lifelong equestrian, she loves being able to blend her love for horses with her passion for helping others learn to communicate! In her free time, Hillary enjoys playing beach volleyball, horseback riding, boxing, and coaching Special Olympics!
Eileen Shoemaker, MOT, OTR/L
Eileen is grateful to be part of each person’s journey to a full and engaging life.
Since graduating from Saint Francis University, she has been pursuing certification in the use of hippotherapy. Her clinical background includes acute care, inpatient rehab, and skilled nursing.
She enjoys hiking, biking, rock climbing, Irish dancing, playing the fiddle, and, most of all, loves spending time with friends old and new.
Kelly Doll, COTA
Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant
Kelly graduated from CCBC in 2015 with an Associates in Applied Science. She worked for 4 years in a Skilled Nursing Facility. In 2019, she decided to branch out to working in a clinic setting and providing home visits to expand her knowledge, skills and make OT more accessible for people in need.
She is currently working towards her 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training certification and has a vision of blending Yoga and OT together!
Melissa Moore, PTA
Physical Therapy Assistant
Melissa graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Delaware, and received her AA degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant in 2015 from Carroll Community College. She has worked for 5 years in skilled nursing facilities, with a focus on patients with dementia.
Prior to getting her license as a PTA, Melissa worked in the school system as a kindergarten assistant and is excited to be back working with children. She loves to think outside the box to find fun ways for children (and adults) to learn new skills, and to provide education for parents and caregivers to ensure each person reaches their potential.
In her free time, Melissa enjoys horseback riding, gardening, hiking, visiting nursing homes and libraries with her therapy dog, and spending time with her family, especially her new granddaughter.
Unbridled Rehabilitation Services provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Unbridled Rehabilitation Services complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.
Volunteer With Us!
Looking to work with horses AND children with special needs in a community- based therapy setting?
Unbridled Rehabilitation Services is looking for individuals who are interested in being part of our therapy team to use equine movement during physical, occupational, and speech therapy sessions at our partnered farm locations. Stay active and appreciated while learning a new skill in a unique environment where horses can help create positive interventions in the treatment of a large variety of health challenges. Our clients range from 2-82!
Who can volunteer?
To volunteer, you must be at least 14 years of age and have the physical capacity to walk long distances. Horse experience is preferred, but not required.
The experience is most useful for students or prospective students who want to work in therapeutic fields. If you enjoy working with horses and helping others, the experience is incredibly rewarding.
Why should I volunteer?
You will work alongside us, directly observing our methods and practices. You will build a personal relationship with skilled and passionate therapists.
We provide all training and your volunteer hours can count towards program and school requirements. For more formal endeavors, we also offer student internships. We have standing relationships with Towson University, Frostburg University, and Stevenson University.
What would I be doing?
We are usually looking for sidewalkers. Sidewalkers walk with us during a hippotherapy session to ensure safety and help with positioning. You would need to be comfortable being on your feet and supporting small amounts of weight above your head.
Horse handlers needed!! We’re currently in need of experienced leaders to participate in our hippotherapy sessions. Greater than 5 years of horse experience is highly preferred. Responsibilities are as follows: Bring in/take out horses, grooming, tacking/untacking horse, leading the horse for sessions, safety awareness. Additional training specific to hippotherapy will be provided.