Jenny Kopach, PT, MSPT, RYT is a physical therapist with 20 yrs. of experience in orthopedics and sports rehabilitation. She graduated with a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy from Boston University in 1998 and has been a perpetual student of complementary approaches to movement and healing. Her approach to movement assessment and treatment is holistic, with a host of tools in her “toolbox”. Jenny is a registered yoga teacher, certified Pilates instructor, manual therapy trained clinician, and trained practitioner in Dry Needling and Cupping techniques.

Having spent over 10yrs as a clinician, mentor, and educator with Hospital for Special Surgery in NYC, the #1 orthopedic institution in the country, Jenny had the unique opportunity to work side by side with leading physicians and surgeons in the

Jenny Kopach

field of sports medicine to provide world class care to professional, collegiate and recreational athletes. Jenny’s passion is to teach her athlete’s how to take care of themselves, working with each client to facilitate healing through hands on interventions and individually specific movement techniques to reset the body for optimal performance. Her goal is to keep you active and engaged while recovering from injury and to provide guidance on the prevention of future problems from occurring. She is committed to making people healthier in mind and body.

Lisa Kubes, MSPT

Lisa Kubes, MSPT is a physical therapist with over 25 years of experience in neuro and orthopedic rehabilitation. She graduated from Auburn University with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology followed by a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy from the University of St. Augustine. She has been a physical therapist at the Shepherd Center in Atlanta, GA since graduation both full time and PRN in the inpatient, Day Program and Outpatient departments. She has worked with clients diagnosed with paraplegia, quadriplegia, MS, Guillian Barre syndrome and acquired brain injury.

She is an avid runner and is active in the metro area running community. Since 2014, she has been the head coach of the Kilometer Kids running club at Mountain View Elementary. She knows the importance of getting individuals back to doing the activities that they love and that are important to their daily lives. She believes in a one-on-one, holistic, and individualistic approach to help clients return to activities feeling healthy, equipped, and strong.

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