Katie McCloud has a Doctoral degree in Physical Therapy from Tennessee State University and a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Katie is certified to perform serial casting of the ankle and foot, certified as a thera-tog fitter, and also an active member of the Music City Trykes group and certified to measure and fit for Ambucs Adaptive Trykes for kids with disabilities. Katie has been working as a Pediatric Physical Therapist since June of 2015. Katie enjoys being creative with her treatment sessions so that work doesn’t feel like work for the children.
Jennifer graduated from Daemen College in Amherst, NY with a Bachelor’s in Natural Sciences with a minor in Spanish. She then continued her education at her alma mater where she earned a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. Over the span of her career, Jennifer has gained experience working with various populations, and her work has lead her to schools, hospitals, and outpatient centers before ultimately coming to Dynamic. Jennifer enjoys running and crafting, and she is an avid traveler.
Katy has been a part of the Dynamic family since 2012. She graduated with a B.S. degree in Exercise Science from Lipscomb University in 2009, and received her A.A.S. in physical therapy from Volunteer State Community College in 2013. She has worked in the field of physical therapy for 10 years and specializes in pediatrics and orthopedics. She has a heart for medical missions and enjoys running, cooking, and gardening. Katy lives in Mt. Juliet with her husband and two young children. They enjoy spending time together outdoors.
Rebecca is a graduate of Tennessee Tech University wih a B.S. degree in Health Sciences as well as of Volunteer State Community College with an A.A.S. in physical therapy. She has clinical experience in geriatrics, acute care, orthopedics, and pediatrics. Rebecca is very active in her community and in raising her three teenage children. She has a strong passion for helping people live more healthy lives, exceeding possible limitations.
Beth is a graduate of Volunteer State Community College where she earned an A.A.S. in physical therapy. She has experience working with both the geriatric and pediatric populations. Having grown up playing softball, Beth wants every kid to have the opportunity to excel in whichever hobby or sport that they choose, so she strives to see her clients move toward their goals. An outgoing individual, Beth loves the outdoors and cheering on the Tennessee Vols. She is married to her high school sweetheart, and they enjoy being active in their community together.