"Dear Children, Let's not merely say that we love each

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Mini Miracles

Pediatric Therapy, PLLC

other; Let us show the truth by our actions."
1 John 3:18

Pediatric Physical Therapist

Courtney received her degree in physical therapy from The University of Tennessee Health Science Center, and has a Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree with a certificate in pediatrics from the University of Texas Medical Branch. She is a board-certified clinical specialist in pediatric physical therapy through the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties. Courtney has been treating pediatrics for 20 years, and her training in family-centered care is the core of meeting the needs of families and children with special healthcare needs. These special healthcare needs include cerebral palsy, torticollis, prematurity, Down syndrome, spina bifida, developmental delay, gross motor delay, congenital anomalies, orthopedic diagnoses, and other diagnoses that limit the child’s ability to fully participate in age-appropriate activities with their family and peers. She has been trained in the neurodevelopmental treatment approach with a focus on motor learning principles. Courtney lectures in various community settings, and was adjunct faculty in the ETSU physical therapy program for 3 years.