Tom Boers, PT
Tom graduated in 1974 from the Amsterdam Academy for Physical Therapy, graduated in 1977 from the School for Manual Therapy in Utrecht, The Netherlands. He is a Fellow with the American Academy for Orthopedic Manual Therapist (AOOMPT) since 2001 and has dedicated his career to Orthopedic physical therapy with an emphasis on spine problems.
Holly McWhorter, PT, MDT
Holly is a North Georgia native. She attended Emory University and graduated from Georgia State University School of Physical Therapy in 1997. Holly has worked with Hamilton Medical Center since 1997 in the acute care and outpatient settings. She received her certification in the McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy in 2010. Holly has mentored under Tom Boers, PT since 2014 learning a specialized manual therapy technique with an emphasis on spine problems.
Raised in Dalton and a 1992 graduate of Dalton High School, Karyn returned to the area after graduating from Presbyterian College in Clinton, SC in 1996 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. She completed her first Group Fitness Instructor certification with AFAA (Athletics and Fitness Association of America) in 1997. Over the past 20 years as a group fitness instructor at the Bradley Wellness Center, Karyn has added to her list of credentials to include MOSSA programs (Group Power, Group Ride, R30, and Group Core), Pilates, CrossFit L-1 certificate, and the 200hr RYT (Registered Yoga Teacher) with Yoga Alliance. In 2013, Karyn met and began working with Tom Boers at Hamilton Spine Health and Sport. Her role as the Sports Performance Trainer is to work closely with the physical therapists in the department to design an appropriate exercise plan for their patients with back and/or neck dysfunctions. This allows for the patient to return to his or her sport or to improve his or her general fitness.
Lori Bartenfeld, MPT
Lori is a native of Dalton, Georgia. She attended Carson Newman College, in Jefferson City, TN where she obtained her degree in Exercise Science while playing four years of collegiate tennis. After graduating Lori worked as an Exercise Physiologist and Tennis Professional at Bradley Wellness Center until 1995. Lori attended Medical College of Georgia, in Augusta, and graduated from the School of Physical Therapy with a Masters degree in 1998. Lori began her career as an outpatient physical Therapist in South Carolina where she spent over 15 years in treating musculoskeletal issues with an intense focus on spine rehabilitation. Lori has worked for Hamilton Medical Center since 2015 with Tom Boers, PT, MT for manual therapy and spine rehab.
JT Horton, Golf Instructor
JT is a graduate of Berry College in Rome, GA. He is a decorated golf professional with an extensive and impressive background. His experiences include coaching positions at Clemson University, Tulane University, and Georgia Southern University. JT instructs in all areas from full golf swing analysis, short game instruction including chipping/pitching, bunker, putting, on-course simulation work, tournament preparation, practice plans, tournament scheduling, and junior, college or professional golf development.