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139 Maple Row Blvd., Suite 202
Hendersonville, TN 37075
Phone: 615-826-7113
Fax: 615-826-7139
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Meet Our Therapists



Sue Baechle, PT

Lead Pediatric Physical Therapist


Sue began her professional career in California at the Children’s Hospital of San Diego after earning her Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, CA in 1988.  She has been treating pediatric patients for 23 years in a variety of settings including inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation, neonatal intensive care unit, outpatient clinic, and the school setting.  Sue has extensive experience treating patients with a wide range of diagnoses including cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, torticollis post dorsal rhizotomy, dystonia, prematurity, muscular dystrophy, hemiplegia, juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, congenital anomalies and syndromes and developmental delay.  

Sue continues her educational training in Neurodevelopment treatment (NDT), Beverly Cusick and Cascade casting courses, infant massage, wheelchair assessment, and sensory defensiveness courses.

Sue and her husband Jim moved from Michigan 13 years ago and have raised their three children in Sumner County area.  Sue has enjoyed participating in her families sporting and school events.




Christine Morrow, ST

Lead Speech-Language Pathologist



Christine began her professional practice in 1995 after graduating from Murray State University with a Master’s in Communication Disorders. She began her career working extensively with Adults in nursing homes, hospitals and home health settings. Christine expanded her practice to include pediatrics several years ago. She has worked with adults and children with developmental disabilities, prematurity, strokes, cognitive deficits, Apraxia, Autism, Asperger’s, head injuries, and feeding/swallowing disorders.

Her goal is to see every patient, young and old, increase and strengthen their independence and become a successful communicator in every aspect of their daily life.  Christine is a lifelong resident of Nashville and graduate from Father Ryan High School. She and her husband, Todd, have two daughters. She enjoys being active in her  church and community.




Beth Sikes, OTR/L

  Lead Pediatric Occupational Therapist


Beth began her professional practice in 1995 after graduating from the University of Tennessee-Memphis with a Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Therapy. She now has 20 years of experience and has worked solely in pediatrics in early intervention settings, local school systems, and clinic-based settings. She is one of few therapists in middle Tennessee certified to administer and interprete the Sensory Integration and Praxis Test. Her continuing education has also focused on sensory processing, sensory feeding issues, behavior, hand development, visual perceptual skills, handwriting and difficulties associated with autism. 

While she enjoys working with children with all types of disabilities and delays, she really loves to work with children with sensory processing difficulties, and those with autism are her passion.
Beth grew up in Davidson County and attended Goodpasture Christian School. She moved to Sumner County when she married John Sikes. They are busy keeping up with two very active boys.      



Kelley Southard, PT

Lead Adult Physical Therapist


A 1987 graduate of The Ohio State University, Kelley worked as a student athletic trainer within the Ohio State athletic program while completing her physical therapy schooling.  While on her last clinical and sports rotation in California she learned to love the complicated spine and orthopedic patient who needed manual techniques and rehabilitation.  She has enjoyed working in Sumner County for the last 25 years within outpatient settings in Gallatin, White House and Hendersonville and meeting the therapeutic needs of orthopedic, spine, chronic pain, sports related and work-injured patients.

 Kelley continues her educational training in McKenzie, Muscle Energy, Myofascial, Craniosacral, Strain-Counterstrain, and Balance techniques.
Kelley and her husband Steve are raising their four children in Hendersonville while enjoying participating in their church, children’s athletic events, schools and community. 

 Kim Fox, PT

Adult, Adolescent & Pediatric Physical Therapist 


Kim is a 1985 graduate of St. Louis University where she earned her BS degree in Physical Therapy. Her undergraduate clinical rotations included acute care, outpatient rehabilitation, and pediatric therapy.

Following graduation, she has practiced in in-patient, out-patient, and skilled-care facilities. She has served as Director of a Cardiac Rehabilitation program, and Director of an out-patient clinic. She has obtained licensure in Kentucky, Arkansas, and Tennessee.
Kim has continued to improve her clinical skills and knowledge through numerous courses emphasizing multiple therapeutic approaches and techniques. These include McKenzie Protocol for spinal rehabilitation, Muscle Energy, Myofascial Release, Cranial-Sacral manipulation, Spinal Mobilizations, and Balance Assessment.
She and her husband Joe have lived in Hendersonville while raising their 3 children, Sam, Kate, and Anna. She is active in her church, devotes time to numerous organizations to support St. Joseph and Pope John Paul II High School and volunteers for the Meals on Wheels program and other civic causes.




Amy Houston, OTR/L

Pediatric and Adult Occupational Therapist


Amy Houston received her Bachelor of Science degree in 1993 for Occupational Therapy from Washington University, School of Medicine in St. Louis. She has worked with a wide range of pediatric patients in a variety of settings including early intervention, home health, school system, and inpatient/outpatient rehabilitation. Amy also enjoys working with adults in an outpatient setting.




Amy McLaurin, PT, ATP

Seating and Mobility Specialist


Amy began her professional career in 1995 after completing her undergraduate education at David Lipscomb University and then receiving a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapy at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Her career experience includes Vanderbilt University Medical Center in adult care and Patricia Neal Rehabilitation Center in the Spinal Cord Injury program. Most recently, Amy was employed at Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital in the seating and mobility/wheelchair clinic in addition to treating pediatric patients with various neurological and development diagnoses. Amy has 15 years of seating and mobility experience and earned her ATP certification in 2008. She also holds certifications as a Certified Infant Massage Instructor and as a Child Passenger Safety Technician to provide medical car seats to pediatric clients. Amy’s primary goal as a therapist at the Therapy Center is the further development of the seating and mobility/wheelchair clinic in order to provide custom seating and mobility devices, medical car seats and other custom equipment. One of Amy’s most memorable personal and career experiences was participating in a mission trip to Guatemala to provide wheelchairs to children and adults offering them the freedom of independent mobility. A native of Mt. Juliet, Amy currently lives in Hendersonville with her husband Scott and two children, Ansley and Britton.