Committed to helping you achieve fast recovery.

We are composed of a collaborative team providing the best hands-on therapy services to promote the health of everyone in our care. Meet the people behind our team.

Santana Deacon, MPT, OCS, CMTPT, Co-owner: Raised in Milwaukee, Santana has graduated from North Division High School and went on to get his Master’s in Physical Therapy from Marquette University in 2003. With over 17 years of experience in Physical Therapy, Santana has extensive experience in rehabilitation of post-surgical joint replacement surgeries, general orthopedics, and sports rehabilitation. Santana is a board-certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist, certified clinical instructor, and a Certified Manual Trigger Point Specialist through Myopain Seminars. When he is not working in the clinic, Santana enjoys hanging out with his wife and three kids, playing soccer, watching combat sports, and being a basement DJ.

Adella Deacon PT, DPT, JD: Adella Deacon is Co-Owner and founder of the Milwaukee Advanced Physical Therapy Clinic. She graduated from the Marquette University Physical Therapy program in 2005 with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Adella has 15 years of experience as a Physical Therapist and has experience treating a wide range of patients. She is excellent at taking a person-specific approach to address factors limiting a person’s ability to move. Adella’s strength is attention to detail, and she exemplifies this by her ability to also practice as a Lawyer in both the states of Wisconsin and Illinois! Adella obtained her Law degree from the Chicago-Kent College of Law.

Albojay Deacon PT, DPT, OCS: Albojay Deacon is a co-owner of the Milwaukee Advanced Physical Therapy Clinic. He graduated from the Marquette University Physical Therapy program in 2013 with a Doctoral degree in Physical Therapy. Despite having only six years of experience, Albojay has accomplished more in these six years than most PTs with the same number of years’ experience. Immediately after graduation, he continued to complete a one-year orthopedic residency program with the UW/Meriter health systems. He has served as a clinical instructor for 15 graduate-level Physical Therapy students in Marquette’s Physical Therapy program. Albojay has taught two graduate-level courses at Marquette University and currently still assists with these classes today. He was also selected as the emerging leader in the state of Wisconsin by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). He spends his summers educating young high school students and undergraduate students about orthopedics as an instructor for the Health Careers Opportunity Program (HCOP). Additionally, Albojay works closely with the Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association as the chair of their PR committee, is a current Director for the WPTA, in addition to holding a position as a trustee for the Physical Therapy scholarship committee. Albojay is also a member and one of the initial founders for the National Association for Black Physical Therapist Wisconsin Chapter. Albojay is dedicated to mentorship, provides exceptional patient care, and does not hesitate to advocate on behalf of his patients or his colleagues.