About Us


At NeuroTherapy Nashville we offer effective therapy at the frequency and duration needed to create new neuro-pathways in the injured brain. In a positive, hopeful, and expectant environment, our team collaborates and designs a rehabilitation plan, individualized for each patient. We work together to regain as much normal function as possible and return patients to a more productive life.

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trista mcclarnon

Trista McClarnon MS, OTR/L received her Masters of Occupational Therapy from the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee in 2007. Since then, she has worked in several settings including acute care, inpatient rehabilitation, outpatient rehabilitation, hippotherapy, and private home care. Her focus is entirely on the neuro population, and since 2008, she has worked with adults who have suffered a stroke or brain injury utilizing the Neuro-IFRAH® approach. She became certified in this approach in 2008, and became a certified Neuro-IFRAH® instructor in 2013. Trista is also certified to treat patients with Parkinson’s Disease using LSVT BIG® therapy.

Trista is the owner of Neuro Therapy Nashville and founder of our Support Group, Seriously Awesome Stroke Survivors (S.A.S.S.)

Email Trista - trista@neurotherapynashville.com

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Danielle Stoller

Danielle Stoller, MS, PT, received her master’s degree in Physical Therapy from Washington University in 2000.  Danielle continued her specialized training in stroke rehabilitation by becoming Neuro-IFRAH Certified in 2007.  She has since completed over 150 hours of advanced training in the Neuro-IFRAH Approach including instructor training with Waleed Al-Oboudi, MOT, OTR, originator of the Neuro-IFRAH approach in 2013.  She has worked in the outpatient rehabilitation setting with a focus on treatment of adults affected by stroke or brain injury for the last 10 years. Danielle is also an LSVT BIG® certified clinician.

Email Danielle - danielle@neurotherapynashville.com

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marabeth quiN

Marabeth Quin possesses first hand experience of what is emotionally and spiritually required to support a loved one recovering from a stroke.  In 2012, her 18 year old daughter suffered a massive stroke, paralyzing her right side and leaving her unable to speak or understand language.  Marabeth approached her daughter’s recovery with an optimistic mindset and steady belief in her healing potential, personally experiencing the impact a caregiver can have in the recovery of a loved one.  She provides a unique support to patients and caregivers, offering encouragement and practical advice.  She founded the blog Stroke Recovery: A Resource Guide to share her insights and help those just beginning their recovery journey. 

Email Marabeth - marabeth@neurotherapynashville.com