By providing client centered treatment we help people overcome pain and take control of their health. We teach the skills necessary to build healthy habits for creating longevity and resiliency. Our mission is to be a long-term resource for people in their health and wellness, and to create positive change in the health of our community.
Dr. Shveta Jones, PT, DPT, COMT, Owner
Shveta Jones spent half of her childhood first in Queens, New York, and then in her native country of India before moving back to the U.S. at age 15 to live with her aunt and attend school in Connecticut. Her aunt eventually retired to Sedona, Arizona, which is how Shveta found her way to the Grand Canyon State. Inspired by her paternal grandfather’s successful rehab following a stroke, Shveta began volunteering at a physical therapy clinic shortly after moving to the U.S. She was intrigued enough to pursue P.T. as a career path in college at Northern Arizona University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science, and a minor in Physical Sciences in 2000. She went on to earn a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from NAU in 2004.
As an orthopedics and sports medicine specialist, Shveta enjoys not only helping her patients get back to doing the things they love, but also giving them a whole new awareness and recognition of how to use their bodies.
When she’s not helping her patients live better, more active lives, Shveta enjoys hiking, running, working out, reading, watching movies, and spending time with her dog, her cat, and her husband.
Dr. Shannon Ahearn, DPT, DN-Cert, MFD-Cert, SMT-1 Cert
Shannon is an Arizona native, and she grew up dancing and cheering here in the valley.
She attended Northern Arizona University where she received her B.S. in Exercise Science, which was follower by a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from A.T. Still University in 2020. Very shortly after graduation, she pursued a specialty in Dance Medicine and is one of the few Dance Medicine Specialists in Arizona.
Shannon enjoys using her skillset to rehabilitate performing arts athletes, as well as active individuals with various injuries and impairments. Educating her patients regarding their injury is one of her core values and she furthers that passion by hosting workshops and attending their athletic events (invite her to your competitions to cheer you on)!
Caleb GREIG, C-PT, CES
Caleb has been working in the fitness industry for over 5 years. In 2015, he graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in Exercise Science and shortly after got certified as a Personal Trainer through the American College of Sports Medicine, with a specialty in Exercise Physiology. He began working as a Health Fitness Specialist for corporate gyms around the valley, and then became a Head Trainer at a local gym.
Through his own personal experiences, he discovered his passion for showing people proper form/technique, and how building strength, endurance, and stability can help them do the things they love to do. Through continuing education, he became certified as a Corrective Exercise Specialist in 2019, and now works at Strive PT with people to help them exercise without pain so that they can feel their best in a workout and in their lives!.
Ashley Ebenhoch, CPT, UESCA Run Coach
Ashley was born and raised in the northwest suburbs of Chicago. She attended and was captain of the cheerleading team at Northern Illinois University.
Ashley studied kinesiology and minored in preventative and rehabilitative exercise science. At Strive, she is our on-site health coach and running performance specialist.
It was at NIU where she met her husband, Jake. Jake and Ashley have been married for 17 years and have two beautiful children, Avery (13) and Everett (10).
When Ashley is not coaching at Strive or driving carpool for her children, you will find her out on the trails training for her next race.
As a seasoned ultramarathoner, Ashley tries to fit in at least 1 race each month to help her stay active within the local running community!