Murfreesboro - New Salem
2723 New Salem Hwy
Murfreesboro, TN 37128
Phone: (629) 207-4745
Fax: (629) 207-4744
Also visit Saint Thomas Medical Partners - New Salem for information on more services at this location.
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Amy Stojakovich, PT - Amy graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Allied Health Science/Physical Therapy from The Ohio State University in 2001. She has 15+ years of experience in a variety of settings and has treated patients in Ohio, Illinois, North Carolina and Tennessee. This experience has greatly expanded her knowledge base and has led her to pelvic floor rehabilitation and Women's Health. Amy has taken specialty courses in Pelvic Floor Dysfunction and Women's Health. Amy is passionate about her husband and 2 children and loves traveling, running and spending time outdoors.
|Gail Smith, PTA - Gail completed her Associate of Applied Science from Volunteer State Community College and became a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant more than 12 years ago. Gail’s experience has allowed her to develop a well-rounded knowledge about patient care and therapeutic approaches.|
John Holden, PT - John has 20+ years of experience as a physical therapist. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Tennessee Center of Health Sciences. Since that time, he has worked in the orthopedic outpatient setting treating a number of conditions, but specializing in neck and back care. John has additional training and certification in McKenzie Therapy which is an approach geared to the care of neck and back issues.
Marsha Camp, PT, Pelvic Health Therapist - Marsha attended David Lipscomb University in Nashville prior to graduating from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center with a degree in physical therapy in 1996. Marsha has received advanced training in the area of Women's Health and pelvic floor dysfunction. She is a board certified Women's Health Clinical Specialist. She is also a member of the Nashville Association of Sexual Health and the American Physical Therapy Association Section of Women's Health. She treats numerous diagnoses including but not limited to incontinence, pelvic pain, pregnancy/post-partum and colorectal dysfunction. Marsha is married and has two teenage daughters. She enjoys traveling, outdoor activities and reading.