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Basha Physical Therapy, LLC (BPT) is a therapy company located in the southeast valley of Phoenix, Arizona.  BPT provides compassionate, skilled physical, occupational and speech therapy services to patients of all ages. BPT is a family owned business, founded on the basis of  treating the patient as a whole person. Quality care such as this, ensures skilled therapy services with the promise of one on one compassionate care, education and support for the patient as well as their family. BPT will provide individualized services unique to the patient, their emotional, social, cultural and medical needs. BPT prides itself on employing only skilled therapists who are specialists in their fields of service.  These therapists have experienced all facets of the professional as well as certifications and licensing by the state of Arizona.

Our Services

IMG_0028Our Scope of Work

The staff at BPT, LLC are a reflection of the care we provide.  BPT provides individualized physical/occupational/speech therapy, home based services to make the therapy process most convenient and efficient for the patient and families.

BPT accepts most major insurances, in and out of network plans as well as state plans.

Please contact us for details regarding you or your child’s specific insurance.


Basha Physical Therapy (BPT) offers personalized, home-based pediatric physical, occupational and speech therapy services to children throughout the state of Arizona, and is based in the Phoenix area. Therapy sessions are centered on evidence based interventions combined with therapeutic play to facilitate a child’s progression of gross motor skills. BPT encourages family participation in therapy sessions, and educates families on how to incorporate their child’s therapy goals into the family’s everyday activities.

The BPT team helps children maximize their abilities and minimize the physical limitations that accompany some developmental issues. We use experience and extensive training in pediatric therapy, with continuing education to bring together anatomy, physiology, sensory integration and development to assist our patient’s in reaching their highest potential.

Our therapists are trained to work with the team that works with your child.  This often includes communicating with other physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech/feeding therapists, orthotists, doctors and care coordinators.  Your child’s plan of care will always aim to work in coordination with the rest of your child’s team.

With one on one pediatric therapy, kids build strength and improve motor function, balance and coordination in motivating ways. The majority of the session is play based… it’s the best way to get children motivated and help them stay involved!

Our Services Include (but not limited to):

  • Physical Therapy Evaluations and Treatment Planning
  • Occupational Therapy Evaluation and Treatment Planning
  • Speech/Feeding Therapy Evaluations and Treatment Planning
  • Home based individual One on One Therapy Sessions
  • Infant/Pediatric Massage
  • Myofascial Release
  • Orthotic Management/Consulting
  • Adaptive Equipment
  • NDT based approach,facilitation of typical movement patterns
  • Strengthening
  • Stretching/ROM
  • Gait training
  • Sensory Integration Therapy
  • Balance Training
  • Coordination Improvement
  • Functional improvement of activities of daily living
  • Articulation
  • Oral Motor
  • Feeding Techniques
  • Tongue Thrust Training

Therapy Often Addresses Limitations Related To (but not limited to):

  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Down Syndrome
  • Torticollis
  • Genetic Conditions
  • Gross Motor Delay
  • Traumatic Birth/Delivery
  • Autism
  • Toe Walking
  • Coordination Disorder


Meet the BPT Family

About Our Crew


Bobby Basha, USMC

Bobby is a proud United States Marine Corps Veteran. Following his discharge from the military, he has experience working in many areas, including construction, handy-man, security and customer service. Bobby has a passion for helping people, and has found that through BPT he is able to connect with families and help them in a whole new way that he loves! Bobby runs BPT, he is the man to talk to in regard to insurance authorizations/questions, new patient referrals, and scheduling.


Jessica (Klein) Basha, PT, DPT, c/NDT, PCS

Jessica earned her Bachelor’s in Science from Creighton University where she also played volleyball for the BlueJays. She then earned her doctorate in physical therapy from Creighton University. Her tenure in physical therapy spans over 18 years. She has experience working with kids from birth to 21 and has worked in various clinic settings, home based services as well as in the schools. She loves her job and has a passion for  the kids and families she works with! She also works as an adjunct instructor at AT Stills University, and Creighton’s PHX campus. Jessica is NDT certified through the NDTA, as well as maintaining her NSCA-CPT certification, she has training in Kinesiotaping, EStim, Torticollis, infant/baby handling, CranialSacral Therapy, sensory processing, toe walking and more!  She was recently awarded her PCS and is a Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Pediatrics. In her spare time, she loves to spend time with her friends & family, and she loves to cheer on her Dallas Cowboys!


Shannon McKivitz, PT, DPT

Shannon completed her Bachelor’s at The University of Arizona with a degree in Rehabilitation. She went on to receive her Doctorate in physical therapy from East Tennessee State University. During her time on the east coast, she found her passion for pediatrics by becoming a source of hope for families within underserved rural communities. She enjoyed watching the miraculous growth of kiddos with the help of therapy treatments. Her experience in physical therapy includes neurological-based outpatient rehabilitation, acute care rehabilitation, rural pediatrics, early intervention, and home-based pediatrics. Shannon loves working with kids of all ages and incorporates play-based therapy into treatments to make therapy fun and enjoyable. Shannon is recently married and in her free time she enjoys baking, paddle boarding, and loves playing with the 3 dogs and 2 goats she shares with her spouse.


Katie Chung, PT, DPT

Katie is an Arizona native who graduated from Midwestern University in Glendale, AZ with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. She received her Bachelor’s of Health Science degree in Kinesiology at Arizona State University. Katie is also now a certified board specialist in pediatric physical therapy supporting families with medically complex dynamics.

She has had prior experience working as a respite and habilitation provider and also as a certified nursing assistant in a group home for children and young adults with varying special needs. These experiences led to her passion for working with children and their families to promote functional well-being and independence. She has clinical experience working with individuals across the lifespan in various settings, however has most enjoyed working with children. Katie also completed a clinical internship with Phoenix Children’s Hospital with emphasis of children with congenital heart defects in acute, ICU, and outpatient Multidisciplinary Cardiac Clinic. Katie has experience in TMR tots, myofascial release, and reiki. As a first generation Chinese-American she understands the importance of understanding and integrating culture with healthcare. She is dedicated to working as a team with the families and approaches her therapy through a holistic, evidence-based, culture sensitive, and family-centered perspective.

In her free time, Katie enjoys running/walking with her dog, camping, kayaking, cooking, painting or drawing, working on her non-profit to support families of medically complex children, and spending time with friends and family.


Jamie Bigley, MOT, OTR/L

Jamie is originally from Pittsburgh, PA and is a huge Pittsburgh sports fan! She moved to Arizona 12 years ago to attend graduate school at Midwestern University in Glendale, AZ. She has worked in a variety of pediatric settings over the last nine years including schools, outpatient clinics, and home health. She loves working with children and their families, she specializes in working with children ages 3-12 and has experience working with with Autism, developmental delay, cerebral palsy, sensory processing disorder, down syndrome, toe walking, and more. In her free time she likes to go hiking, travel, and cheer on all of her Pittsburgh sports teams!


Debbie Hines, MA, OTR/L, FAOTA

Debbie received a B.S. degree in Occupational Therapy from East Carolina University and an M.A. degree in Organizational Management from the University of Phoenix. She has over 40 years of experience in pediatrics including school, clinic, and home-based settings. Debbie retired from owning a successful pediatric therapy practice for over 30 years and now enjoys working part-time with children in their natural environment. She is certified in the Neurodevelopmental Treatment approach for infants and children and has training in sensory integration/sensory processing disorder, Kinesiotaping, The Listening Program, Therapeutic Listening, Interactive Metronome, and as an infant massage instructor. Debbie continues to work as adjunct faculty for the Occupational Therapy program at Northern Arizona University. She has held numerous volunteer positions for the Arizona Occupational Therapy Association and the American Occupational Therapy Association. Debbie enjoys gardening, traveling, and jewelry making in her spare time. She is married with two children and one grandchild.


Jamie Norris, MS, OTR/L

Jamie is a fourth generation native of Arizona. She completed her Masters of Occupational Therapy degree at Midwestern University in 2010. She has experience in both school based and home health settings. Jamie‘s favorite part of being a therapist is the relationships she gains when working with families. She resides in Cave Creek with her husband, a Phoenix Fire Fighter, and their 2 daughters. Together they enjoy homeschooling, gardening, hiking, and dog training..


Joy Leslie, SLP

Joy grew up in Chandler when it was still a small town. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Speech and Hearing Science and her Master’s degree in Communication Disorders from Arizona State University (go Sun Devils!). She has more than 17 years experience working as a speech language pathologist in schools, clinics, and with clients in their homes. Joy has advanced training with AAC communication devices, apraxia, language processing, myofunctional disorders, and feeding. She recently earned her certification in orofacial myology from the IAOM. Joy loves using play to strengthen communication skills. She likes to help clients apply their speech language skills to practice, everyday experiences.  Joy is a new dog owner. She has three grandkids who love to play with her therapy toys!


Becky Johnston

Becky has more than 16 years experience in outpatient physical therapy billing and management. She has a big heart for pediatric therapies (all disciplines) and the life changing role they play. Becky has a passion for helping others, developing processes, and fostering a team environment. An Idaho native, she found her way to Arizona in 1995 where she met the love of her life and together they raised their family in the East Valley. In 2012, Becky and her family left the East Valley and moved to her home state of Idaho. Thanks to the wonders of the Internet, she’s been able to work remotely doing what she loves, supporting physical therapy clinics with their billing and business processes. She is thrilled & honored to have landed at BPT! Becky has been married to her husband for 26 years. She’s a mom to 3 amazing humans, grandma to one sweet boy in heaven, and is in love with her new Mini Aussie named Maui. In her free time, Becky enjoys camping, being outdoors, reading, and working out.

BPT is always looking for motivated, skilled and compassionate therapists. If you are interested in  hearing more about our company, please leave a message on our Contact page.



IMG_1206 2“Being with Basha Physical therapy has been such a blessing for my son, as they have provided us with amazing Physical therapist. Our current PT Ross has been nothing short of amazing from the moment he took over my sons services. He keeps me involved, provides me with tools and information that can be utilized for my son at home and at school. He has helped my son overcome obstacles and has aided in the success of my son learning to walk this year. At 8 years old my baby is finally walking and its all because of the strength God has given him and the dedication, determination, and hard work of his amazing therapist beside him. We are truly thankful to have Ross as my sons PT and the work he puts in to help my little warrior crush his goals.”

IMG_1186“We are so grateful to have Jes as our daughter’s physical therapist. Because of her, she has gained important skills the doctors never expected her to learn like bear weight, take steps, and move in new ways! Jes is knowledgeable, caring, fun, and a vital part of our support team. We absolutely love working with her!” — Nicky

“Our son suffered from an intrauterine brain hemorrhage resulting in Cerebral Palsy, vision disorder and speech and language delay.  So it is rare to say we have had the pleasure of having Jessica as his primary Physical therapist for ten years. Her knowledge is immeasurable and her patience is heartwarming. My son’s ability to learn to sit, crawl, stand, learn to use a walker, and recently learn to use a tripod cane; is because of her dedication and compassion. We are so grateful for Jessica and know you will be too.” — Karen

IMG_0290“Because I’ve spent years with Jes, I know that my physical therapy experience with her will always be a great one. Not only does she provide an excellent PT session weekly, I feel that she cares about me and my family as people and as friends. She makes an effort to get to know you, as opposed to being viewed simply as a client. Because of Jes, I have travelled further in my journey to self­improvement than I would have without her. Goals that previously seemed unconquerable were proved wrong because of her support and enthusiasm for the work she does.” — Teagan

image4 (1)“When we found Dr. Jessica Basha for our son, we had hit a “PT Wall”. He has a very sharp brain, and suffers only from the physical disabilities of Cerebral Palsy. This creates a challenge for anyone who works with him to provide the activities that match what his body is able to do with what his mental abilities need in order to be challenged. Having been through several PTs that were not able to accomplish this, I became very selective with whom we would next hire as a PT. My son needed someone to take him to the “next level”, and every other level after that. We were thrilled when we found Jessica. We were very impressed from the start with her personally, her skills, her ability to challenge my son, and her genuine heart that she puts into her work. She has the ability to adapt the PT activities to the needs and abilities of her patients in masterful ways. For our son who is an athlete at heart, she has morphed typical PT sessions into “workouts” with a PT purpose. He loves it! It helps him think of his PT sessions as “athletic training” more than PT sessions. Since working with Jessica, he has climbed and conquered that PT Wall and continues to move onward and upward. Thank you, Dr. Jes and Basha Physical Therapy!!”

FullSizeRender“Jessica and her team have been wonderful to work with! They really take the time to get to know our son’s needs and integrate their knowledge and experience into each therapy session to make it fun and enjoyable for all. They genuinely care about our family and always make sure we are happy and satisfied with the services they provide. We couldn’t ask for better therapists!” Nicky

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Phone: 480-848-4281
Fax: 480-393-7040

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