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The CORE Institute Welcomes Four New Orthopedic Providers
The orthopedic group adds new specialists, boosting its commitment to patient care across Arizona

The CORE Institute, one of Arizona’s most respected orthopedic practices, is pleased to announce the addition of four new providers in Gilbert, Mesa, and North Phoenix. The CORE Institute continues to strengthen its team of physicians and specialists to provide the highest standards of quality patient care.

  • Austin McPhilamy, MD is a fellowship-trained surgeon specializing in Orthopedic Traumatology. Before joining The CORE Institute, Dr. McPhilamy cared for patients in Michigan as a Trauma Specialist. Dr. McPhilamy earned his fellowship certification in Orthopedic Traumatology from Reno Orthopaedic Clinic. He underwent his residency training at Indiana University, School of Medicine, and received his doctoral degree from Wayne State University, School of Medicine. Dr. McPhilamy is an active member of the American Medical Association.
  • Rebecca Shoup, PT, DPT is a Physical Therapist and before joining The CORE Institute, Rebecca cared for patients at a facility specializing in sports medicine and aquatic physical therapy rehabilitation. Rebecca received her doctoral degree from Temple University, where she also received her undergraduate degree. Rebecca is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association and the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists.
  • Dominick Pansini, PT, DPT, CSCS is a Physical Therapist and before joining The CORE Institute, Dominick cared for patients as a Physical Therapist at multiple outpatient orthopedic physical therapy facilities. Dominick received his doctoral degree from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences. Dominick is active in the profession as a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and its Sports Section. He is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and has completed continuing education through Functional Movement Systems, EXOS, Kinetacore, and the Gray Institute.
  • Quinn Mason, PTA is a certified Physical Therapy Assistant. and before joining The CORE Institute, Quinn cared for patients as a Physical Therapy Assistant at an out-patient facility using manual techniques to improve pelvic and overall body function. Quinn earned his undergraduate degree in Occupational Science and Physical Therapy Assistant certification in from Pima Medical Institute. Prior to that, he earned his first undergraduate degree in Exercise Science from Northern Arizona University.

“We are excited to keep expanding The CORE Institute’s team of highly-qualified providers with the addition of these four professionals,” said Vice Chairman of The CORE Institute, Dr. Jason Scalise. “Patient demand remains high in Arizona and we’re continuing to expand our clinical program in order to ensure that our team of integrated providers can be responsive to patient needs from a quality and convenience perspective.”

The CORE Institute was founded to deliver the best in orthopedic and neurological care and built upon a foundation of community service. With the addition of these new providers, The CORE Institute has more than 180 physicians and providers across 19 locations in Arizona. For more information about The CORE Institute and to schedule an appointment, visit https://thecoreinstitute.com/.

About The CORE Institute
The CORE Institute was founded to fulfill a vision of excellence in patient care encompassing the entire spectrum of orthopedic and neurosciences care. The CORE Institute delivers integrated, comprehensive musculoskeletal and neurological care. It is built upon a foundation of pioneering research, academics, community service, and a passion for excellence in patient care. The organization continues to be a leader in payor-reform initiatives, and it is at the forefront of systems-based quality programs that drive value and improve the quality of patient care.