Meet Our Team
Dr. Angela Rosselot D.O.
Dr. Rosselot is Board Certified in Family Practice. She has practiced Family Practice, Urgent Care, Emergency Medicine, and Aesthetics during her 30 years in practice. Her training in Osteopathic Medicine which focuses on a holistic approach to the patient, musculoskeletal pathology, and manipulative therapy compliments our practice’s focus on musculoskeletal diseases, injury and rehabilitation. Her practice interests also include Aesthetics, Anti-Aging, Weight Loss, and Hormone Replacement Therapy for men and women.
Dr. Rosselot graduated from the Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences in 1984 with a Doctorate of Osteopathic Medicine. She then completed a year of internship at what is now Florida Hospital East Orlando, a year of General Surgery at Baptist Medical Center of Brooklyn, NY, and a residency in Family Practice at Des Moines General Hospital. Prior to medical school she earned a B.S. in Medical Technology from Kansas State University.
Chiropractor Scott Barnhart D.C.
My journey with Chiropractic began when I was in high school and just seventeen. My parents visited a local chiropractor regularly, and when I was injured playing football it was the obvious answer to take me along for a visit. I remember the terrible pain from my lower back through my right hip hurt and I had a hard time getting around without pain. I thought I would never play football again.
The doctor did an exam, looking at my posture and examining my spine and hip. He had found that I had a pinched nerve that was causing the pain. He then gave me my first "adjustment". The adjustment didn't hurt. It actually felt good. After a series of adjustments, my body began to heal itself and I was able to return to sports again. I was pain free.
Over the years I saw this chiropractor as not only a great doctor, but also as a great mentor. He explained to me that the body is a great organism that wants to heal its self. He also explained that chiropractics does not treat the symptom but tries to find the root cause of the patient's problem. Everything he said just main complete sense. This thing called chiropractic inspired me so much I wanted to help others the same way I had been helped. As you can guess, I became a Chiropractor myself.
I earned my bachelors of arts in science degree at Tennessee University and then my doctorate of chiropractic at Life University, one of the world's leaders in chiropractic education. After graduating I returned to my root here in Clermont. I spotted the need for my services in the Four Corners area and opened Four Corners Chiropractic Centers in Clermont in 2003. It has been my great pleasure to serve the Clermont and Davenport community ever since.
It didn't take long for many of my patients to start asking for other services from myself and the clinic. In 2010 we offered our patients a hormone balancing weight loss program and in 2011 we opened a new clinic, Citrus Ridge Health Center. We conbined our well know chiropractic and weight loss services with many new medical treatments for managing pain. This gives me the ability to work side by side with a medical physician to give each of my patients complete care and treat the body as a whole.
I am an active member of the Florida Chiropractic Society and as a member of the Four Corners board of directors and I am committed to helping make this area its own community. I am happily married and my wife shares my respect for natural health giving birth to 2 of our 3 beautiful children at home. We both love living in Florida, and love the outdoors. We thank our blessing that our children are the picture of health and have received regular Chiropractic treatment since birth.
I do truly believe in Chiropractics and do not take antibiotics, pain relievers or any other prescription medication myself. I believe in following a healthy life style and love to help my patients achieve their goals -- be it a healthier lifestyle or just pain relief and better posture.
CHIROPRACTOR JOLENE PATTERSON D.C.
I am very passionate about helping people get well through spinal adjustments and get to the root cause of the problem. My goal is not only to eliminate pain, but to improve the health and wellness of every one of my patients. I feel that the power that made the body heals the body.
I grew up in Oxford, Michigan and attended Central Michigan University where I graduated with a degree in Health Fitness and Preventative Rehabilitation. In undergrad I suffered from crushing chest pain and radiating arm pain, but through chiropractic I was able to get to the root cause of WHY that pain was happening and correct it. I was them able to be very active and played soccer, volleyball and softball, and during my time at CMU I played for the Club Team and coached children's soccer.
Then with a love for chiropractic I attended Palmer College in Port Orange, Florida. I am truly blessed to be a chiropractor and have the daily pleasure to assist my patients to find the root cause for their symptoms so they can not only be free of their pain, but be able to function at their highest potential.
CASSANDRA COOK, P.T., D.P.T,, M.T.C.
I received my bachelors from Palm Beach Atlantic University in West Palm Beach in 2005, and my doctorate in Physical Therapy at the University of Saint Augustine in 2014. Although I joke that I can only study near the ocean, I chose the University of Saint Augustine because of their reputation for producing quality therapists specializing in manual therapy. University of Saint Augustine lived up to the hype, and I am genuinely grateful for my time there.
Following graduating from physical therapy school, I was fortunate to be selected as one of three Orthopedic Physical Therapy Residents at the James A Haley Veterans' Hospital in Tampa, Florida. Within the VA hospital I practiced in acute care, inpatient rehab, primary care, amputee clinic, and outpatient rehab, focusing on orthopedic physical therapy in each setting. Residency is not a requirement for physical therapists, however the experiences and mentorship that I gained from my residency have helped shape the way I practice today, and has given me an even higher level of respect for our country's veterans.
Since completing my residency, I have chosen to practice in the outpatient orthopedic setting. My treatment approach commonly includes exercise based interventions as well as hands on physical therapy. To further hone my skills, I underwent hands on, verbal, and written testing (22 tests to be exact) to Manual Therapy Certification (MTC) in 2015 from the University of Saint Augustine. Many patients return to me for my manual therapy technique.
My newest certification is in vestibular therapy, which I sought after seeing a void for this service in the Davenport area. After attending courses and passing my certification exam, I received my American Institute of Balance Vestibular Therapy certification (AIB-VT) in the summer of 2017. Dizziness and vertigo can be extremely disabling, and being able to help patients in the four corners area prevent falls and reduce unnecessary injury is incredibly rewarding.
Outside of the clinic I enjoy waterskiing both with friends and competitively. I have also volunteered since 2013 with multiple adaptive waterski clinics and organizations attended by a variety of athletes of all ages and abilities. The bravery and perseverance of these athletes is inspiring and the expressions of their faces and that of their families' is priceless.
I consider myself to be extremely blessed to be able to practice physical therapy, and love working with the population here in Davenport, Florida.
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