Megan Munsell, PT

Megan was born and raised in San Diego where she played soccer and attended San Diego State University. She moved to New Mexico to attend the UNM physical therapy program and graduated with a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Physical Therapy in 1990. Megan has worked primarily in the outpatient setting but also in inpatient, arthritis clinic and home health. Tearing her ACL skiing in 1992, she has firsthand knowledge of what it means to need therapy and how tough injuries and pain are on one’s mental wellbeing. Megan relates deeply to every person she treats and is here to help with education and encouragement. Megan loves spending time with her boyfriend, her daughter, and enjoying camping, hiking, and horseback riding.

Wanli Lei, DPT OCS and GCS

Wanli is from a remote village in southwestern China. He earned his bachelor’s degree in animal science, master’s degree in veterinary microbiology and immunology, and Ph.D. in molecular genetics. After 12 years of basic research in the USA, he decided to change his career and earned his doctoratal degree in Physical Therapy in 2015. Wanli enjoys hiking and learning. He is fully prepared to incorporate the best available evidences into his clinical practice to help others.

Kevin Petersen, Physical Therapist Assistant

Kevin was born and raised in Wisconsin and moved to New Mexico in 2005. Kevin met Phil through the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society “Team N Training” program, where they both volunteered to assist people in training in marathons and triathlons while raising money for the cause. Kevin started at Peak Motion Physical Therapy as a tech and began classes towards his Physical Therapy Assistant degree in April of 2010 at Pima Medical Institute where he graduated in December 2011. He is now part of our full time staff as a licensed PTA. Kevin enjoys hiking and yoga to relax, and of course rooting for the amazing Green Bay Packers!

Christopher Zender, Physical Therapist Assistant

Chris comes to Peak Motion due to a personal experience in physical therapy as he had an ACL graft in his right knee in the summer of 2010. After three months of therapy, Chris has normal function in his right knee and is able to do all the athletics he was able to do before. Chris is a 2013 graduate from Carrington College with a Physical Therapy Assistant degree. Chris works with a majority of our pediatrics and has experience working with patients from ages 3 years old to teenagers, orthopedic patients, and neurological patients. Chris is very motivated and passionate about therapy in helping others return to their normal functional levels.

Cameron Cannady, Physical Therapist Assistant

Cameron first began in the Physical Therapy field as a patient going through many physical rehabilitative processes. Having had many injuries and three orthopedic surgeries, Cameron has first-hand experience with the process of rehabilitation and the steps to achieve full recovery. With a strong interest for the health field in general and a passion for learning about the complexity and connections of the human body, he received his degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant at Carrington College. Cameron thoroughly enjoys the healthy lifestyle and competitive sports. Being a lifelong athlete himself, he is currently playing and pursuing professional racquetball. Constantly working towards bettering himself and the lives of everyone he encounters, Cameron does his best to ensure patients receive the best physical therapy care.

Molly Hildreth, Physical Therapist Assistant

Molly grew up in California, moving Albuquerque in 1996 to become part of the holistic healing community. Molly practiced manual therapy and many different bodywork therapies, including working in a pain clinic, for a number of years, before returning to school to become a Physical Therapist Assistant. Several years ago Molly graduated from Pima Medical Institute and began working as a licensed PTA. She enjoys volunteering at numerous local events, including Kutz for Kidz, free Balance/Fall Risk screenings at the state fair, and the New Mexico Special Olympics.