Happy Monday, Fountain Hills! This week’s Monday Member Spotlight is on Spooner & Shaft Physical Therapy, as they have hired two new therapists to their team. Check out below for more information on each new therapist:

Tyson Lowrance, PT, DPT

Prior to becoming a physical therapist, Tyson worked as a physical therapy technician for four years in St. Louis, Missouri. During this time, he had two hip surgeries, which gave him the interesting perspective of what it was like to be a patient. Tyson came to appreciate the bedside manner from the Physical Therapists that he worked with, as well as the high level of care that was delivered to him. Today, Tyson has taken what he learned from those experiences and strives make each patient’s experience enjoyable and productive.
Overall, Tyson’s philosophy on health and therapy is that normal movement and exercise are great forms of rehabilitation and preventative healthcare. His goal with every patient is to get them moving and return them to their prior level of functional and the activities that they enjoy. Tyson attempts to always do his best and learn from each person, patient, and experience, so that he can always be a better physical therapist moving forward.


Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) – A. T. Still University (2017)
Bachelor of Science (Exercise Science) – Truman State University (2010)

Areas of Interest:

Post-operative, strength and conditioning for all ages, general orthopedic conditions, balance.


Certified Exercise Physiologist – American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM EP-C)

Community Involvement:

American Physical Therapy Association – member


Megan Millionowisch, PT, DPT

Megan grew up in Chicago and moved to Arizona after graduating from Washington University in St. Louis with her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. She chose to work with Spooner Physical Therapy after doing a clinical rotation with the company and to escape the harsh Chicago winters! Megan enjoys working with patients of all ages and diagnoses. She strives to provide quality care to her patients in order to return her patient’s to their functional and daily activities. Megan’s goal is to assist her patient’s in achieving their goals and to keep growing as a physical therapist.

In Megan’s spare time she likes to run, hike, and watch Chicago and University of Iowa sports teams. 



DPT – Washington University in St. Louis (2017)

BS – University of Iowa (Human Physiology) (2014)


Areas of Interest:

General Orthopedics, Sports Injury Rehab, Injury Prevention

Community Involvement:

APTA Member

Welcome to Fountain Hills, Tyson and Megan, and congratulations to Spooner & Shaft for the two new employees! We are thrilled to see our Chamber member businesses growing and doing their part to help their clients.