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  • Natalie Gunning

    Natalie GunningPT, DPT

    Natalie received both her Bachelor in Health Sciences and her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Missouri. She is certified in kinesiotaping, and is also a Certified Functional Movement Specialist.  Natalie is currently working on her McKenzie Method certification.

    Natalie’s primary focus has been in the treatment of outpatient orthopaedic issues, though she has taken a wide range of manual therapy, sports medicine, and joint education courses.  

    In her free time, Natalie enjoys spending time with her husband and two dogs, running, playing volleyball, and being outdoors.  


  • Patrick Myers

    Patrick MyersPT, DPT, OCS, MS, COMT

    Patrick is ProRehab Physical Therapy’s Middletown Clinic Director. 

    Patrick Myers founded Apex Physical Therapy, which partnered with ProRehab Physical Therapy in 2015. He earned his BA in Exercise Science and MS in Physical Therapy from the University of Kentucky and his MS in Exercise Physiology from the University of Louisville and has been active in the physical therapy professional since 1993. Patrick went on to complete his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Evidence In Motion in December 2010. He is a Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) and is the only Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist (COMT) in Louisville. Patrick has extensive training in Trigger Point Dry Needling and is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and the American Association of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists (AAOMPT).

  • Brittany Thompson

    Brittany ThompsonPT, DPT

    Brittany obtained her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Dayton and her Doctor of Physical Therapy from Bellarmine University. She is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association.
    A part of the ProRehab team for a little over a year, Brittany was specially selected to oversee this clinic because she is currently pursuing a Therapeutic Pain Specialist Certification from the International Spine Pain Institute.  The increasing epidemic of pain in America is well documented — over 100 million people suffer from persistent pain despite the use of injections, surgeries, and opioid medications.  Brittany uses non-invasive techniques to help these patients manage their chronic pain and return to their daily actives and hobbies.  She will be the first therapist in Kentucky to obtain this certification.
    When Brittany is not treating patients she enjoys exercising, especially running, cycling, yoga, and strength training.  She also loves to walk her dog, Ruby, boat on the Ohio River, cheer on the Cards, and spend time with her husband and family.