Meet Our Springfield, MO Team
Maddy Stober - Clinic Administrator and Manager
Maddy Stober is a graduate of Evangel University who has a passion for patient care and relationships. As the Office Manager and the Billing Specialist, Maddy has her hands in a lot of what the office does. That is, she makes sure that everything is as it should be, that all patients are receiving the utmost care, and that all patients’ insurance plans are verified and communicated. As a previous college athlete, she enjoys helping patients walk through their health and healing journey and understands the process that it takes. When Maddy is not at the office, she enjoys spending time with her family and community at church and spending time outdoors with her husband and her dog, Remi.
Dean Pestana - Licensed
Dean Pestana has been at Twin Oaks for over 7 years as a Licensed Massage Therapist focusing on injuries, stress, accidents, and veterans, working hand in hand with Dr. Sellers to provide a more wholistic treatment to our patients. The modalities he uses include but are not limited to Swedish Massage for aches, pains, headaches, and day to day stress, Neuromuscular Therapy, Trigger Point Work, Deep Tissue Massage, Sports Massage, and Myofascial Release. He also includes the use of hot stones and towels as needed during most massages to enhance and improve results. Prior to Twin Oaks, Dean spent 25 years in commercial construction, then another 5 years evaluating exotic sports cars across the United States before graduating from the Professional Massage Training Center in Springfield in 2013. After graduating, he began working at Missouri State University’s Foster Recreation Center helping staff, students, and athletes address stress and muscular pain.
Hannah Teilborg - Receptionist
Originally from Kansas City, Hannah moved to Springfield to pursue her master's degree, and is a current graduate student in the counseling program at Missouri State University. She is passionate about helping people achieve physical, mental, and emotional health, and her favorite part of her job as the receptionist is building relationships with patients and helping them feel seen and cared for. In her free time, she enjoys being active outside, reading, and making art.