April Maston

Title: Physical Therapist Assistant
Company: Action Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation, PLLC
Location: Meeker, Oklahoma, United States

April Maston, Physical Therapist Assistant at Action Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation, PLLC, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Health Care Professionals for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of physical therapy.

Ms. Maston carries 13 years of professional experience with expertise in physical therapy. In her current role, she thrives in caring for up to 20 patients every day, helping them manage their pain and regain their movement, so that they can return to their daily living activities as soon as possible. Additionally, she serves as a credentialed clinical instructor, assisting and providing mentorship to physical therapy students.

Before embarking on her career, Ms. Maston earned an associate degree from Oklahoma City Community College’s Physical Therapist Assistant Program. She previously graduated from Lexington High School. Recently, Ms. Maston obtained her certification as an orthopedic specialist.

In 2021, Ms. Maston received the Ron Henderson Kindness Forward Award in recognition of her outstanding work with her patients and members of the community. She has also been recognized by Strathmore Who’s Who Worldwide. She considers helping a patient who was unable to walk to return to his usual sports activities as her most notable accomplishment, working with him for eight weeks during her clinical rotations in college. The patient’s recovery greatly impacted her resolve to continue pursuing a career in physical therapy. She looks forward to obtaining her Orthopedics Specialist Certification, which is part of the Advanced Proficiency Pathways program of the American Physical Therapy Association. Devoted to the health and vitality of her fellow community members, Ms. Maston volunteers with Big Brothers Big Sisters of America and works with Blue Zones Project, encouraging local leaders to make sustainable policy changes that lead to community-wide, well-being improvements.

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