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1777 Gallatin Rd.
Madison, TN 37115
Beverly Barron, PT - Beverly received her Bachelor of Arts in Biology from Lipscomb University, and she received her Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Tennessee Medical Units in Memphis. Her work experience covers a wide range of services consisting of acute care, pediatrics, neurological conditions, home health and skilled nursing facilities. Her major interest revolves around incorporating neurological therapy approaches into orthopedic patients’ recovery.
Erin Bower, DPT: Pelvic health therapist - Erin received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis, TN in 2009. Since graduating she has specialized in the treatment of pelvic floor rehabilitation, furthering her specialization and knowledge in pelvic health through the Herman and Wallace Rehab Institute. Erin currently treats a variety of diagnoses including pelvic pain, incontinence, sexual dysfunction and pre/postpartum musculoskeletal conditions. She is also skilled in outpatient orthopaedic rehab. Erin is a member of the Nashville Alliance of Sexual Health and the American Physical Therapy Association. In her free time she enjoys running, live music, hanging with family and friends and trying new restaurants in town.
Stacey Lindsley, PT - Stacey graduated from University of Indianapolis (Indianapolis, IN) in December 2000 with a major in Chemistry and a minor in Math while participating on the collegiate tennis team. After college, Stacey worked as an organic medicinal chemist for Eli Lilly (pharmaceutical company in Indianapolis, IN) and Merck (pharmaceutical company in West Point, PA) doing basic research primarily in the area of neuroscience (mostly Alzheimer's Disease). Upon her return to Nashville, Stacey worked as a chemist at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in the Vanderbilt Center for Neuroscience Drug Discovery doing basic research in neuroscience (Parkinson's Disease, Schizophrenia, Fragile X Syndrome).
After a few years, Stacey decided to return to school, and she graduated with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Belmont University in August 2013. After graduation, she worked at another Nashville based physical therapy clinic before starting at Saint Thomas Outpatient Rehabilitation. Stacey has completed additional education in McKenzie Techniques parts A and B.
Bobbi Stephens, PT - Bobbi graduated from the University of Tennessee Memphis obtaining her degree in physical therapy in 1988. Since graduating she has been working in the outpatient setting providing physical therapy services for a wide array of conditions. She holds an additional certification as a personal trainer and continuing education to treat vestibular anomalies.