Meet Our Staff

Tiffany Zollinger

Owner PT, MS

Tiffany has a master degree in Science of Physical Therapy from the University of Hartford in Connecticut. Following graduation from PT school she moved to Alaska from upstate New York and has been practicing PT in Alaska since 2004. As a clinician, Tiffany’s experience is with orthopedics. In treatment she uses various concepts and lessons from Pilates, utilizing core stabilization and the three Pilates Apparatus: The Reformer, The Trapeze Table/Cadillac and the Combo Chair. She also strongly emphasizes patient education on body mechanics and movement strategies to promote joint protection and efficiency in movement. Her treatment philosophy is based on patient/family education and promoting self management and injury prevention. On a personal note, Tiffany also enjoys many outdoor activities. She can often be found hiking in the Chugach Mountains, fishing on the Russian or Kenai Rivers, camping all over the state and running on the Coastal Trail with her three daughters and her dog Ottis.

Brie Tomberlin

Office and Billing Manager

Brie started as a patient of Inspire Physical Therapy in 2011 and joined the staff in 2012. She was a natural fit with the team as she took over as Office Manager. In the last 11 years she has learned the ins and outs of the Physical Therapy and billing worlds. Brie is from Sugar Land, Texas just south of Houston. She grew up traveling across the country with her family, spending summers in Florida and driving to Maine just to visit friends and family along the way. She made the long yet beautiful drive up the Al-Can back in June of 2009 with her mom as her co-pilot and everything she owned in a trailer being pulled behind her. She arrived in Anchorage 4,500 miles later and has been enjoying the view ever since. She loves spending time with her friends and family and you can often find them playing outside, biking in the summer, and sledding in the winter.

bio_autumn_400x380-150x150Autumn Suckow


Autumn Suckow grew up in the greater Phoenix area. She graduated from Grand Canyon University with a B.S. in Athletic Training in 2005, and took her national boards to become a certified Athletic Trainer. She then went to PT school at A.T. Still University in Mesa, AZ where she received her DPT in 2008. She lived in Arizona after graduation and practiced as a Pediatric PT for a year doing home visits for 0-3 year olds, hippotherapy, aquatic therapy, and in clinic visits for children over 3 years old. Since 2009, Autumn has worked in an Outpatient Orthopeadic environment, seeing both children and adults. Pursuing her love of the outdoors and adventures she moved to Alaska in the summer of 2010. Autumn enjoys seeing all age ranges and has experience in a variety of areas including but not limited to; injury prevention, acute injury assessments, post injury, post surgery, sports rehabilitation, pediatrics, and automobile accidents. She feels educating her patients and family members is the most important aspect of therapy. Setting goals for patients to become independent in their care and helping them reach their goals is top priority. In her free time Autumn, her husband Max, and their daughter Sage enjoy mountain and road biking, back-country snowboarding, cross country skiing, hiking, backpacking, ice skating, and exploring the endless possibilities that Alaska’s great outdoors offers.

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