• Frank Ferrantelle, PT

  • Mary Lane,
    Practice Manager

  • Katie Andes, MPT
    Clinic Manager

  • Megan Theiling, DPT
    Clinic Manager

  • Courtney Wehking, PTA

  • Logan Pettz, DPT

  • Jennifer Dixon, PTA

  • Rachel Marble, PTA

  • Christine Owsley, PTA

  • Michelle Denning,
    Patient Services Representative

  • Francis Vazquez,
    Aunt Francis

  • Wendy O'Dell,
    Billing Office Director


Frank Ferrantelle, PT

Frank Ferrantelle is the owner of Northland Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Services. A Kansas City native and a graduate of the University of Missouri School of Physical Therapy, Ferrantelle purchased the practice in 1991 and has since made Northland Physical Therapy the most established outpatient physical therapy clinic in the Greater Kansas City area.

Ferrantelle’s interest in physical therapy began long before his professional training and career.

Beginning as a physical therapy patient himself, a commitment to patient care has always been at the core of what Ferrantelle does.

In order to deliver the best possible care, Ferrantelle stays on top of the latest research and innovations in physical therapy. He continues to complete postgraduate training in a variety of fields from biomechanics to rehabilitation of the spine to the rotator cuff.

Ferrantelle, who is licensed in both Kansas and Missouri, has had a direct role in improving the physical therapy field. He developed a Rehabilitation of the Postoperative Knee and Shoulder Protocol that has been implemented in several leading Missouri and Kansas home health agencies.

Ferrantelle is also a member in good standing of many organizations including the Missouri Physical Therapy Association, including the specialty sections of orthopedics, sports medicine, and aquatic therapy. Additionally, he has been past president of the Kansas City Physical Therapy Association as well as being involved in numerous local and statewide committees.

"I have a strong commitment to what I do and for what I believe. This commitment to my patients is no different than my commitment to my family and the Northland community. Maintaining this is a large part of who I am as a physical therapist, husband, father, and neighbor."