In baseball, hitting for the cycle means that a batter hits a single, a double, a triple, and a home run during the same game. Hitting for the cycle is a rare baseball event, occurring about as of ...View Article
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Lisa Hall MSPT has over 15 years experience in physical therapy practice. Lisa is the lead physical therapist at A Family Practice and Wellness Center. She helps treat a multitude of conditions in the outpatient setting, assists with daily clinic operations, and supervises the physical
therapy assistants. Lisa earned her undergraduate degree in Exercise Science at Georgia State University. She recieved a Bachelor of Science degree in physical therapy from Armstrong State Atlantic University as well as her Master's of Science in physical therapy. Lisa also has a certification in Women's Health, Rehab Pilates and Weight Training, and Dry
Needling. In her spare time you will find Lisa spending time with her
family at travel baseball or playing softball on a co-ed team.
Adam Kirby has over 13 years experience working in an orthopedic setting. He joined A Family Practice in 2013 as an assistant in the Physical Therapy Department. He graduated from Spartanburg Community College in South Carolina with an Associate degree in Science. To further his education, he also attended Southwestern Community College in North Carolina where he earned an Associate Degree in Applied Science specializing in Physical Therapy. After graduation, Adam worked with a wide range of patients ranging from professional, collegiate, high school athletes, and many more types of patients trying to regain stability and function after their surgery or injury. He specializes in the wellness and care of the injured athlete.
Robert McGraw PTA joined A Family Practice in 2015 with 25 years of experience. Robert's background in physical therapy rehabilitation is diverse and brings a valuable skill set to the wellness environment. Robert attended Ole Miss and Gwinnett Technical Institute. In 1996 he graduated with an Associate's Degree in Applied Science with honors. Robert and his wife, Shari, have two children. His hobbies include: boating, camping, hiking, and supporting his local Rugby Club.