Meet Our Staff


Certified in Dry Needling

Certified Athletic Trainer

Certified Graston Technique Specialist

Fascial Manipulation Practitioner

28 years of Orthopedic and Sports PT experience

21 years experience as a small business owner

Tina is married to her husband, Scott Ruby, who runs the business behind the scenes. Together they love exploring the Kenai River where they met during the Alaska Fly Fisher’s annual Kenai River Clean Up weekend over 13 years ago.  Tina has owned and operated  private practice outpatient clinics in Seward, Anchorage, and Sterling, Alaska from 1999 to October 2020.  She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, the National Association of Athletic Trainers, the International Academy of Orthopedic Medicine-US and the International Myopain Society.   She has been active in the Alaska Physical Therapy Association serving in the State Advocacy role and on the Nominating Committee.   She continues to have a dedication to life long learning through studies toward other advanced certifications and training.

Personal Statement: It is with great pleasure that I look back and remember past experiences while anticipating exciting future ones. Many have helped me gather the wonderful memories I hold dear. Whether those memories are related to my career as a physical therapist, time spent in the Air Force or adventures of work and play in Alaska they all affirm for me every day, as John Donne would say, “No man (or woman) is an Island until himself”.  People have been the source of my energy. They like others before them and others to come are the daily force behind my dreams. Tina McLean.


              Scott Ruby, Administrator

 Scott is retired from the State of Alaska as the Director of the Division of Community and Regional Affairs where he worked for near 30 years. He has extensive experience throughout small rural communities with grant funding and other municipal community operations.  He graduated from the University of Alaska Fairbanks with a degree in land management in 1984.  He served as the clinic administrator for Active Abilities Physical Therapy prior to its sell to Select Physical Therapy and played a pivotal role in that transition.  His role with About Alaska is contract negotiations, development, and operations management. 


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