The Owners and Operators of Believe Pediatric Physical Therapy


 Trevor MacLaren and her family.

Trevor MacLaren and her family.

Trevor MacLaren, MS, PT, C/NDT

Trevor, one of the two owners of Believe Pediatric Physical Therapy, graduated from the University of Kentucky in 1998 with a bachelor's degree in Biology. She went on to receive a bachelor's and Master's degree in Physical Therapy in 2001. She has extensive experience in pediatrics, including the home health, early intervention, and intensive suit therapy fields. She is Pediatric NDT Certified, is trained in evaluating and casting for Cascade DAFO orthotics, and is certified in the Therasuit Method. She is trained in Myofascial Release, unweighted treadmill gait training, sensory integration, unweighted treadmill gait training, Total Motion Release, and pilates for children with special needs. Trevor has two children of her own, and is passionate about nutrition, running, reading, knitting, and living out her faith in every area of her life.


                                                 Dayna Brunette, MS, PT, C/NDT

 Dayna Brunette and her family.

Dayna Brunette and her family.

Dayna is one of the proud owners of Believe Pediatric Physical Therapy and is especially honored to be able to work with the remarkable children and families that become a part of the Believe family over the years. Dayna graduated with her Master's degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Central Florida in 2004, where she was awarded "Physical Therapy Student of the Year" from the Florida Physical Therapy Association for the state of Florida. Dayna has experience in pediatric home health therapy, pediatric outpatient therapy, school-based therapy, and pediatric hippotherapy, as well as extensive experience since 2004 in the pediatric intensive suit therapy field.  Dayna is certified as a Pediatric NDT Therapist in the NDT/Bobath Certificate Course in the Management and Treatment of Children with Cerebral Palsy and Other Neuromotor Disorders.  Dayna is also certified in the Therasuit Method, she is a NARHA certified hippotherapy provider, and she is certified in Yoga for the Special Needs Child.  Dayna has training in Myofascial Release, sensory integration, body-weight supported treadmill gait training, Cranial Sacral Therapy, Cerebral Palsy and Analysis of Gait, and Pilates for children with special needs. Dayna is most passionate about outdoor activities, exercising, nutrition, and especially being with her husband Randy, and two children Tristan and Dylan.