Caroline is a Physical Therapist originally from Atlanta, Georgia but more recently lived in Savannah, GA. She graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in Exercise & Sports Science from the University of Georgia (go dawgs!) in 2019 and then received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Mercer University in 2022. She has always enjoyed working with children for as long as she can remember and solidified her passion for pediatric physical therapy while shadowing in undergrad. Since then, she completed a full-time rotation at Memorial’s Children’s Hospital of Savannah working with inpatient and outpatient kiddos and then after graduating worked as a full-time outpatient PT at a clinic in Savannah. She worked in the pediatric outpatient setting, community based setting, and with early intervention treating a variety of diagnoses including torticollis, developmental delay, cerebral palsy, idiopathic toe-walking, ASD and various other genetic, musculoskeletal, and neuromuscular disorders.
She places a lot of weight on bonding with her patients, so they enjoy their sessions with her and feel comfortable with her. She loves pediatrics because it challenges her creativity and working with children is just so much fun!