After just 4 visits…I feel like a brand new person. Before, I could barely walk for 15 minutes without my back screaming in pain. Now I’m zooming through therapy and going on walks at home.
Wonderful staff, very helpful, competent and professional. They listen to what I say and are working with me to meet my goal.
Amazing service. They have gone out of their way to call and follow up with me while doing my at-home exercises. Highly recommend.
My husband was skeptical of my choice to use physical therapy to treat my back pain instead of medications. After seeing my results from working with the ProRehab team, my husband is a believer now too.
I couldn’t have wished for a better place to go for my knee replacement therapy! They know what they are doing to get you back in the swing of things so you can go on with your life!
Louisville, KY 40205
Meet the Staff
Daryl is ProRehab Physical Therapy’s Highlands Clinic Director and a Sports Medicine PT at St. Francis High School.
Daryl earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Bellarmine University. He is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), the Kentucky Physical Therapy Association, and is also an APTA Sports Certified Specialist.
He has a special interest in sport orthopedic physical therapy, concussion management, and the development and implementation of performance enhancement programs for athletes of all ages and backgrounds.
Mary graduated from University of Kentucky’s physical therapy program in 1984 and completed her hand therapy certification through Hand Therapy Certification Commission in 1992. She has also served as an adjunct faculty member in Bellarmine University’s physical therapy program since 2012.
Mary’s diverse experiences in both hand and physical therapy include outpatient hand therapy, acute trauma care, and home health. Her primary interest is in orthopedic Upper Extremity rehabilitation, including tendon and nerve rehab.
Mary enjoys spending her free time with her husband and 3 college-age children, playing golf, doing yoga, and anything outdoors (as long as its over 50 degrees).
Rainey Brownlow earned her Associates of Science as a Physical Therapist Assistant from the University of Alaska Anchorage. Prior to earning her Associates of Science degree, she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training from the University of North Florida.
Rainey has completed The Science of Exercise, Injury, and Recovery Certification. She takes special interest in Aquatic Therapy and Orthopedic injuries. Rainey’s goal is to complete her Manual Therapist certification within the next two years.
Rainey recently relocated from Anchorage, Alaska and enjoys spending time outdoors hiking and traveling to new places. She looks forward to exploring what Louisville has to offer and apply her skills as a PTA.
Jessica earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree (DPT) from Bellarmine University. Prior to earning her DPT, she received her Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from the University of Louisville.
Jessica has completed the level 1 Functional Dry Needling certification and plans to become a Certified Manual Therapist. She takes special interest in neurological disorders and treating the spine. She is also a member of the APTA and AAOMPT.
In her spare time, Jessica enjoys reading, singing, playing guitar, cooking and spending time with her boyfriend and their two dogs.
Greg earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2018 from the University of Evansville. Prior to earning his DPT, he received his bachelor’s degree in athletic training, also from the University of Evansville.
Greg has completed a Performance Specialist Certification, in addition to the McKenzie A: Advanced Techniques for the Lumbar Spine course. He is also certified in level 1 dry needling. Greg takes a special interest in working with athletes – he has worked with over 30 current NFL players and one NFL hall of fame inductee.
In his spare time, Greg enjoys exercising, playing basketball, reading, watching scary movies with his girlfriend, and spending time with his family. Greg is the youngest of four children, with three older sisters who are spread out all along the east coast of the United States with their families.
Daniel earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree (DPT) from Bellarmine University in Louisville, KY where he also received his Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science.
Daniel takes special interest in chronic pain management and plans on completing Evidence in Motion’s Therapeutic Pain Specialist certification program.
In his spare time, Daniel enjoys playing ice hockey, kayaking, backpacking, hiking, woodworking, flint knapping, and playing ultimate frisbee. Daniel also shares his love of ice hockey through coaching a local adult learn to play program.