Dr. Aracelly Latino-Feliz, PT, DPT, SFMAFounder and Director of Physical Therapy
Dr. Aracelly Latino-Feliz received her Doctor in Physical Therapy from the University of South Florida and her Masters in Physical Therapy at Florida International University in 2007. She quickly progressed her career in orthopedic and sports rehabilitation at a highly regarded physical therapy and performance facility in the San Francisco Bay Area. It was here that Dr. Latino-Feliz began implementing a more holistic approach to healing.
Aracelly has worked with patients of all ages including; youth, high-school, active retirees, corporations, physicians, coaches, fire fighters, police officers and members of all military branches including special operations units. In addition, she has worked with collegiate, professional and olympic-level athletes from the NFL, MLB, and USA Men’s Bobsled Team. She values the importance of education and evidence based research and is part of the clinical faculty at The University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences Doctoral Physical Therapy Program in Miami.She is dedicated to resolving physical limitations to restore normal movement and improve human performance. Having been an athlete herself in track and field, soccer, cheerleading, and an avid short and long distance runner she understands proper body mechanics and how to optimize performance. Her training and certifications includes:
- Full Body Active Release Techniques ® including Peripheral Nerve Entrapment and Complex Protocols
- Maitland Australian Physiotherapy Seminars (peripheral extremities and spine)
- Functional Range Conditioning, FRC®
- Graston Technique ®
- Institute of Physical Art-PNF I-Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation
- Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS)
- Functional Movement Assessment (FMS)
- Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA)
- RockTape® Fascial Movement Taping, Spidertech/Kinesiology
- Yoga Tune Up® Instructor
- Foundational Movement Competency Evaluation (FMCE)
- American Physical Therapy Association Clinical Instructor
- TRX Certified Instructor
Dr. Latino has been a part of the fitness and sports industry for over 15 years. She collaborates with coaches, physicians and other allied health professionals and believes in the importance of an integrated approach to reach optimal health, performance and increased resistance to injury.
When she is not in the clinic she enjoys spending quality time with her family, reading, dancing and photography.
Dr. Any Hughes, PT, DPT
Dr. Any Hughes received her B.S in Exercise Physiology and Kinesiology from the University of Florida where she was a member of the sail team for 3 years. She then continued her studies at the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences, Miami, FL where she graduated with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Any has experience with treating orthopedic conditions and return to sport rehabilitation.
As a former athlete, she understands the demands of a sport on your body and understands the importance of healthy and efficient movement to sustain your lifestyle. She is passionate about empowering her patients through education and exercise in order for them to reach their goals and have a better understanding of their symptoms. Any's diverse skill set allows her to incorporate manual therapy techniques with therapeutic exercise to optimize recovery and ensure long-term results.
Outside of MTI, Any enjoys playing with her dogs, Rocky and Tebow, working out, traveling and growing her Instagram food blog.
Victor Pantoja, CPT
Victor Pantoja graduated from Florida Atlantic University with his Bachelor's in Exercise Science and Health Promotion. He is currently the Physical Therapy Aide/ Administrative Assistant at MTI and is also a personal trainer.
Victor plans to continue his education at Florida International University, entering their Doctor of Physical Therapy program later this year. In addition to pursuing his studies in physical therapy, he is currently studying to take the Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist certification exam. His goal is to help others move better, become stronger, and to continue learning.
In his own training Victor enjoys following a powerlifting approach, having competed in a few meets, while also training for athleticism. Outside of school and training he likes to travel, try new foods and restaurants, or watch a movie.