Manisha is the President and Owner of Meadows Physical Therapy and Hand Clinic since its inception in 2001. She started the clinic to provide individualized care to patients. In 2003, she opened a second branch in Lawrenceville. Manisha has a PhD in Anatomy and has over 19 years experience as a physical therapist in treating orthopedic and hand injuries and is a certified hand therapist for the past 14 years. She has served as a guest lecturer at Emory University to teach the Doctor of Physical Therapy students about hand rehabilitation. In 2009, Manisha obtained her certification in intramuscular manual therapy to treat myofascial pain. Manisha is a member of the American Society of Hand Therapists and Georgia Upper Extremity Special Interest Group. Heidi received her MS in Physical Therapy from University of Miami. She has over 11 years of clinical experience with extensive training and practice in manual physical therapy. Heidi specializes in treatment of the neck and spine as well as all of the joints of the arms and legs. She has worked with patients recovering from all types of orthopedic surgeries including ACL reconstruction, Rotator Cuff Repair, Labral Repairs of the shoulder and hip, and Total Joint Replacements of the Shoulder, Hip, Knee and Great toe. In addition to being a physical therapist, Heidi is a Certified Infant Massage Instructor. Heidi is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association and Physical Therapy Association of Georgia. Ann received her MS in Community Health Education and Physical Therapy at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia and her PhD in Physical Therapy at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Ann has over 18 years of clinical experience in hand rehabilitation. She has conducted numerous instructional seminars specific to upper extremity rehabilitation across the country and has served as adjunct faculty in the university setting. Ann is a member of both the American Society of Hand Therapists and American Physical Therapy Association and is active in clinical research. Camille received her MHS in Physical Therapy from University of Indianapolis: Krannert School Of Physical Therapy where she specialized in orthopedics and neurology. Her 10 years of clinical experience mainly addressed the rehab of patients with degenerative arthritis, bursitis, adhesive capsulitis, plantar fasciitis, Rotator Cuff Repair in addition to patients recovering from orthopedic surgeries such as ACL reconstruction, meniscal repairs and joint replacements in the upper and lower extremities. Camille is a credentialed clinical instructor with the American Physical Therapy Association. Jamie graduated with a degree in physical therapy from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Jamie has over 20 years of experience as a physical therapist and has worked in acute care, rehab, home health, long term care, out-patient care and has a certificate in Vestibular Rehabilitation from Emory University. She enjoys helping patients with neurological disorders, including stroke, Parkinson's disease, and dizziness and falls problems. She has made many presentations to support groups such as the Parkinson Support group, stroke support group and church groups about fall prevention. Jamie is currently working on her doctoral degree in physical therapy from Shenandoah University. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, APTA Neurological Section, and the Vestibular Disorders Association.