SiSu Dance Academy is proud to be associated with these dedicated professionals who help us get the best from all our students. We highly recommend each one of them, whether you are a dancer or not.
Dr Jimmy Minner, PT, DPT, SCS
Dr. Minner received his Doctorate of PT from UNM in 2010. After 2 years with Langford Sports and PT, Jimmy spent 13 months in South Carolina with Proaxis Therapy studying to become a Sports Specialist. Jimmy became the first graduate from UNM to participate in an APTA credentialed sports residency and became a board-certified Sports Clinical Specialist in 2013. Jimmy also became certified in March 2014 for Functional Dry Needling through Kinetacore.
Jimmy started as adjunct faculty teaching orthopedics to the first-year UNM PT students in the Fall of 2015.
Jimmy has a special interest in treating overhead and traditional sports athletes. Jimmy was a javelin thrower at UNM from 2000-2004 and currently plays competitive doubles sand volleyball. Away from physical therapy Jimmy enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter and considers himself a family man.
Judy Deinema graduated from the occupational therapy program at Colorado State University and began practice as an occupational therapist in 1996. She came to Albuquerque in 2001. Since then she has completed extensive studies with the Upledger Institute and Barral Institute and Optometric Extension Program Foundation. She has developed specialized areas of treatment that allow her to get to the core of an issue rather than finding compensations for the symptoms.
Megan Sofka DO
Dr. Sofka received her undergraduate and medical degrees in New Mexico and completed her residency training in New York City. As an osteopathic physician, she specializes in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine/Osteopathic Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine. She performs Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment (OMT), a gentle hands-on treatment that is a type of integrative manual medicine.
Megan has played the cello from a young age and she is passionate about taking care of performers and their unique needs. She treated professional and amateur musicians and dancers during her time in New York City. Now she is back in her home state in her private practice, Desert Sky Osteopathy.