Rhonda Satertthwaite, SLP
Rhonda has been with us since 2018 and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the crew here at Littlefield Physical Therapy, Inc. She is an incredible trainer and developer of people and programs; easy-going, approachable and tactful, Rhonda is made evermore endearing by her Louisiana accent.
Rhonda loves the rewards of working with children to see them grow and progress and empowering parents in the therapy process. Working with some of the most educated, talented, inspiring, helpful, focused and motivated staff of her career inspires Rhonda every day. She is the mother of two grown children and loves cooking and dancing to all kinds of music.
Tamara Cosby, SLP
Bio coming soon
Soraya Cleary, SLP
Soraya joined us in 2018 after we sought her out for her experience and expertise in the field of speech pathology. Always impressing us with her fashion and lighting up the room with her warm and gentle smile, Soraya does an incredible job of using her experience, talent and caring to address the whole child.
She chose to work in pediatrics because of the importance of early intervention and the incredible inspiration of giving children the gift of communication and equipping families to be part of the process. The mother of two young children and two fur-babies, Soraya loves traveling, hiking, yoga and being outdoors.
Tammie Webb, SLPA
Tammie has been with us since 2016 and has a reputation for being awesome, funny, organized, punctual and VERY popular with our patients. Educated at SDSU and Chapman University, she loves being a part of the learning journey of children and helping them communicate their wants and needs. The response of families when they see progress in their child’s speech and language inspires Tammie every day, and she loves being part of the team approach to therapy with all disciplines working together to serve the children and their families.
Tammie is an avid supporter of Challenger Sports for children with disabilities, and you’ll see her on the sidelines at baseball and flag-football games. Weightlifting is her secret super-power and she grew up and lives in the Inland Empire with her husband Ramon and son Kruz.
Delayni Johnson, SLPA
Delayni joined us as a SLPA in 2019 after completing her BS at the University of Oregon. A native of Murrieta, her love for the fun and honesty of children led her to Littlefield Physical Therapy. Seeing the kids light up as she approaches them is a highlight here in the clinic. Being able to help kids build their language in order to be able to communicate, better their relationships and have a fulfilling life inspires her every day.
Delayni loves hiking and exploring, being active and spending time with her family and friends. She has an orange cat with no name (inspired by Breakfast at Tiffany’s) and her long-term goal is to pursue a Master’s degree in Speech and Language Pathology.