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Lee Ann Gaston, PT, DPT, CMTPT

Graduate of the University of New England with 30 years of experience.

Experience establishing start up clinics for various companies from Massachusetts to Hawaii My philosophy is a patient centered manual therapy whole body approach.  My private practice is centered around this approach and my staff of highly trained therapists share this same philosophy.  Evidence based treatment using the current research is key to our successful outcomes.  Continuing professional education is the key in maintaining our high standard of care. Personally I have competed in short and long distance outrigger canoe racing or regattas, mini-triathlons, cycling, amateur body building competitor and exhibition soccer.  I enjoy hiking, walking, kayaking and distance cycling. Experienced in professional, college and high school athletics including baseball, football, lacrosse, softball, volleyball, gymnastics, tennis, pickle ball, track, body building and cheer leading.  Motorcycle racing including motocross as well as cycling experience and training.

Jennifer Hause, PT, OCS, MPT, CIMT

Masters in Physical Therapy   The University of Scranton in Pennsylvania

Jennifer earned her PT and MPT from the University of Scranton in Scranton in Scranton, PA where she also taught as an aerobics instructor.

Jennifer is Myokinesthetic Treatment Certified (MYK), a Certified Integrated Manual Therapist (CIMT) and has also completed her board certification as an Orthopedic Certified Specialist (OCS). Throughout her career, she has completed continuing education courses from Maitland, McKenzie, Institute of Physical Art, and BIOS/Great Lakes. She also plans to complete additional continuing education courses in Trigger Point Dry Needling and Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation.

Jennifer and her husband, Bill have two children, Andrew and Billy, one cat, Milady, and two poodles, Cookie and Gino. In her spare time, she enjoys working out, reading, traveling, gardening, and seeking out new adventures with her kids and volunteering at her church, Our Lady of Grace. She is inspired most by God, her family, and her desire to make the world a better place, patient by patient.

Libby Chambers Kluttz PT, DPT, LMBT, RYT

Libby Chambers Kluttz has worked in the healing arts for more than 10 years. In 2013 she added Therapeutic Yoga to her Structural Bodywork practice and now she brings you Mindful Movement through Bones for Life a Movement  Intelligence Program. Libby’s clientele is interested in aging gracefully and staying active.  With a broad range of mindfulness modalities she can teach you to move with greater efficiency and ease, free your body from muscle tension, and enjoy better posture which translates to enhanced stability and balance.

 

Rachel Gmach PT, DPT, COMT

Graduate of the Doctor of Physical Therapy St Catherine University Minneapolis, MN.

Rachel earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from St. Catherine’s University in St. Paul, Minnesota where she also earned her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Psychology. While in school, Rachel spent one of her clinical rotations at The Courage Center in Stillwater, MN, where she treated patients with spinal cord injuries and neuromuscular diseases, primarily working in the pool on gait and motor control activities.

Rachel takes special interest in dry needling, yoga therapy and manual therapy. She has also completed continuing education courses in Maitland 1-4, O, ST, UC and plans to also complete a Trigger Point Dry Needling Certification as well.

Rachel and her husband, live in Charlotte with their two Boston Terriers, Killian and Claire. As a former competitive dancer, she loves staying active and enjoys yoga, paddle boarding, rock climbing and walking or hiking with her dogs. She also volunteers at a local animal rescue group in her spare time. Rachel finds inspiration everywhere she goes, and her favorite quote is, “Be like the lotus flower, calm in muddy waters.“ Her best advice to patients is to work exercise in as part of their daily maintenance routine, like brushing their teeth.

Elizabeth McKinnon PT, DPT

Graduate UNC-Chapel Hill Masters of Physical Therapy in 2007

Graduate of the Doctor of Physical Therapy in 2009

After 9 years of experience in physical therapy, she started with Your Life Wellness and Physical Therapy in August 2016. As a former college volleyball player, she enjoys working with athletes and patients from all walks of life to help them return to the activities they love. She frequently attends continuing education courses to further her knowledge in the areas of manual techniques and therapeutic exercise to treat patients with pain of the spine, lower extremities, and upper extremities. Outside of work, she makes sure to spend time with her husband and two children.

Jennifer Duley, PTA

Fort Lawn and Indian Land

Jennifer earned her Physical Therapy Assistant degree from Stanly Community College in Albemarle, NC. Prior to this, she attended Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania for her undergraduate degree and swam competitively. She takes special interest manual therapy, orthopaedics, balance, and lymphedema. Jennifer is a trained CPR instructor and has completed continuing education courses on the Maitland approach and Maitland Stabilization. She also plans to complete her PTA Orthopaedic Certification as well as an additional Maitland course this Fall. Her best advice to patients is to stay active, no matter what and that less can be better.

Jennifer and her husband Dan will celebrate 20 years in October. Together, they have two children, Morgan and Seth, and a yellow lab, Bucky. Jennifer is an avid runner and has completed five half marathons. She has also been sky diving twice! In her spare time, she enjoys reading, listening music, and getting out on the lake.

Marie Mazzapelle, Office Manager

Fort Lawn and Indian Land

arie is the clinic manager for the Indian Land and Fort Lawn locations. She earned her undergraduate degree in Applied Science from SUNY @ Farmingdale.

Marie and her husband Michael have been married 37 years and have two children Melissa and Michael as well as three grandchildren, Liam, Charlotte, Stella. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, Jazzercise, tap dancing, reading, biking, and spending quality time with her family. She also serves as a volunteer for JDRF. Her favorite quote is, “Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass, it’s about learning to dance in the rain.

 

Call or visit one of our two locations to learn more. We welcome new patients from Indian Land, Fort Mill, Lancaster, Richburg, Rock Hill, Fort Lawn, Great Falls, and Chester, SC as well as Ballantyne and Pineville, NC.