Meet The Team
Dr. Katelyn Wilson is a Tennessee native who received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center and her Bachelor’s in Natural Science from Christian Brothers University in Memphis. Katelyn is also a Certified CrossFit Trainer (CF-L3). She also serves as a Medical Operations Officer in the 194th Engineer Brigade out of the TN Army National Guard. Her treatment approach includes using highly refined skilled, hands-on techniques and functional exercise to help her patients achieve their individualized goals and live the healthiest lifestyle.
When she’s not treating in the clinic or taking courses to improve her skills and knowledge, you can catch Katelyn staying active outside cycling or in a local CrossFit gym as well as trying out new coffee shops and restaurants.
Dr. Meghan Hartman is a physical therapist who is passionate about helping people move better in order to achieve their fitness and life goals. She swam on a scholarship at Liberty University while earning her BS in Exercise Science. Returning to her home state of North Carolina, she completed her doctorate in Physical Therapy at Duke University.
She has furthered her skill set by completing advanced training in dry needling, manual therapy, spinal manipulation, pelvic health for female athletes, and strength & conditioning.
Meghan lives in Decatur GA with her husband, Ross, and their mini goldendoodle, Kenobi. She stays active through Crossfit and her favorite workouts include heavy barbells and rowing.
Dr. Monique Jarosz is a physical therapist who is certified in dry needling and Clinical Management of the Fitness Athlete. She also serves as a teaching assistant for the Institute of Clinical Excellence (ICE), helping other clinicians around the nation better refine their physical therapy and advanced manual therapy skills, such as spinal manipulation. Her education career started at the University of Georgia and continued on at the University of St. Augustine (USA), where she graduated with honors for her doctorate in physical therapy degree. At USA, Monique completed extensive work at the post-entry level in the manual therapy certification curriculum.
Monique’s treatment style is catered to the individual’s needs through a combination of skilled hands-on techniques and a fitness forward mindset with tailored progressive exercises. Outside of the clinic, you can catch Monique enjoying time outside with her husband, two dogs, either running, hiking, or on Lake Lanier.