Mary Beth is a native of Mississippi and a 1986 graduate of the physical therapy program at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. Her PT experience consists of over 30 years in the outpatient setting with an orthopedic emphasis. She was awarded the title of "Orthopaedic Certified Specialist" by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties in 2010 after compiling her clinical experience with a passing of the required board certification exam.
She has attended post-graduate professional education courses that address sports-specific injuries and specifically the overhead athlete and has special interest in injury prevention in the athlete of all ages. She also has been trained in the basics of functional capacity evaluations and in McKenzie technique (parts a and b) for reference to neck and back problems. She is also certified in dry needling.
Mary Beth and her husband have two sons and reside in Tupelo, MS. They are active members of Lawndale Presbyterian Church and enjoy tennis, exercise, and other outdoor activities and sporting events.
Mark is a graduate of the University of St. Augustine. He earned a master's degree in physical therapy and has a strong background in manual therapy. At the University of Florida, Mark worked with Division 1 athletes, and in Baltimore, MD, he was director of an outpatient spine center.
Mark is a Board Certified Orthopaedic specialist and is certified in dry needling. Mark has a specific interest in treating sports injuries, especially running and multi-sports athletes. He has completed three full Ironman Distance Triathlons, several half Ironman's, and also completed The Great Chesapeake Bay Bridge Swim.
Mark, his wife, and 3 children live in Tupelo, MS. He is a member of Harrisburg Baptist Church and enjoys living an active lifestyle and promoting health and wellness.
Blaine is a 2015 graduate of Itawamba Community College with a degree in Physical Therapist Assistant Technology. She received her license to practice in Mississippi and has been practicing since graduating from the program. Blaine has experience in skilled nursing facilities and has been a member of the Rebound team since November 2015. She received clinical experience in inpatient rehabilitation, orthopedics, acute care, and wound care.
Blaine has completed continuing education courses in orthopedics as well as in kinesiotaping. She has completed the McKenzie Institute - Part A course as well for the treatment of lumbar disorders.
Blaine and her husband reside in Tupelo where they are actively involved at NorthStar Church.
Candice is a 2007 graduate of Itawamba Community College with a Physical Therapist Assistant Technology degree. She has worked in the acute rehabilitation department at NMMC with a variety of patient populations including strokes, orthopedics, trauma, and general surgery. Candice has experience in wound care and has been in the outpatient setting for over 8 years.
She has completed 56 hours of post-graduate study in the area of neck and and lumbar treatment with the McKenzie Institute.
Candice and her family live in the Union community.
Griff is a 2017 graduate of Itawamba Community College with a degree in Physical Therapist Assistant Technology. He is licensed to practice in the state of Mississippi. He has experience in outpatient setting, skilled nursing facilities, as well as acute rehabilitation.
While at ICC, he played quarterback for the 2012-2013 Indians football team.
Griff and his wife, Hart, live in Pontotoc with their cat, Grayton.
Helen Grace is a 2019 graduate of the Physical Therapist Assistant program at Itawamba Community College. She is licensed to practice in the state of Mississippi and is the newest member of the Rebound PT team.
Helen Grace and her husband, Christopher, have been married for two years and reside in Tupelo. They are the proud parents of their fur baby, Charlie.