Art is originally from Barberton, Ohio. He received a master’s in physical therapy from the University of Kentucky in 1997 and is a McKenzie certified MDT therapist with an interest in treating spine disorders, including disc pathology and headaches. He has additional training from the Cleveland Clinic and other courses for treatment of vertigo of cervical, inner ear and peripheral origins, as well as certification in performing Dry Needling. Prior to his Master’s, Art received his Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Akron, 1986, and has 9 years of manufacturing experience. This gives him the ability to have further insight into treating overuse and industrial injuries. Art is a co-founder and co-owner of Scott County Physical Therapy, LLC. When Art isn’t treating his patients or spending time with his family, you may find him skiing the slopes in Colorado, riding winding trails on his dirt bike, or working on his new pride and joy, a 65’ Pontiac GTO.
Lynn is originally from Corbin, Kentucky. He graduated in 1993 with a Bachelor of Science
degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Kentucky. He has a special interest in treating
sports-related injuries along with the McKenzie, Paris, Mulligan and Laslett approach to treating
the spine. Lynn also employs the methods of Cyriax, Maitland, McKenzie, and Mulligan for
treatment of the peripheral joints. Lynn is a co-founder and co-owner of Scott County Physical
Therapy, LLC. Lynn spends most of his time outside the clinic with his family, watching his kids play sports and cheering on the Kentucky Wildcats football and basketball teams!
Daniel is originally from Georgetown, Kentucky and is a 1999 Scott County High School
graduate. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Eastern Kentucky University in 2003, a Master’s in Physical Therapy, as well as a Bachelor of Health Sciences from the University of Kentucky in 2006 and became part of our team in the Spring of 2014. He is a McKenzie certified MDT therapist, with an interest in treating spine disorders, including disc
pathology, vertigo, and headaches. Aside from his wife and sons, Daniel finds most of his serenity via horseback and likes to take early morning rides before beginning his days treating
Jamie is originally from Louisville, Kentucky. She attended Georgetown College and graduated
from West Chester University, in Pennsylvania, with a Bachelor of the Arts degree in Psychology
in 2004. She joined our team in December 2003 where she worked as a physical therapy
technician, followed by working in our front office as an administrative assistant. She graduated
from Somerset Community College with her Physical Therapy Assistant degree in May of 2018.
She has had over 15 years of experience in a physical therapy clinic and has developed an interest in treating the lumbar and cervical spine. When she’s not at home with her six fur-children or at the clinic, you can be sure to find her cheering on the Cardinals at the UofL football or women’s basketball games or at music festivals!
Rob is originally from Rio Grande, Ohio. Prior to pursuing a career in Physical Therapy, he spent 6 years as a social worker working with high school youth and veterans in his community. He then moved to Georgetown to attend Somerset Community College, graduated with his Physical Therapist Assistant degree in May of 2022, and joined our team that same month. Rob has been very active in the Physical Therapy Community; He currently serves as the Academy of Geriatrics Physical Therapy State Advocate for Kentucky, served on the APTA-KY mentorship and leadership subcommittee, and the APTA-KY
annual conference planning committee. While attending Somerset Community College, he served as his class president, was a student ambassador, and was a member of the student advisory board. One of his key responsibilities included leading fundraising efforts for the Marquette Challenge to raise money for
the Foundation for Physical Therapy Research, which resulted in SCC raising over $6000 and naming them the most successful PTA fundraising program. Rob was recognized several times for his outstanding academic achievements including APTA-KY All-Academic Team, KCTCS All-Academic Team, New Century Workforce Pathway Scholar, and was named the 2022 Mary McMillan award recipient for top PTA student in the country. Outside of the clinic, you can find him traveling with his wife and spending
Jaclyn is originally from Georgetown, Kentucky and is a 2011 graduate of Scott County High
School. She joined SCPT in August of 2014 as a full-time physical therapy technician, followed
by joining our front office staff and putting her multiple Administrative Certifications from
Bluegrass Community & Technical College to good use. She has over 10 years’ experience in
managerial and administrative duties and in May of 2020, she gained the title of our Office
Manager. Her favorite thing about working at Scott County Physical Therapy is the personal and long-lasting relationships she has built with our patients over the years. Outside the clinic, Jaclyn loves spending time with her husband, sons, and family, is an avid True Crime, Horror, and Mystery enthusiast and watching SEC football and softball (mainly the Kentucky Wildcats and Alabama Crimson Tide)!
Becca is a native of Cynthiana, KY and is a 2014 graduate of Harrison County High School. She
joined our team in April of 2022 as our Administrative Office Assistant. She has 8+ years of healthcare experience in both inpatient and outpatient settings and has held positions in both
treatment and administrative rolls. Outside of being at the clinic, Becca enjoys spending time with her husband and kids, going to fall festivals, demolition derbies, and attending country music
concerts. Her favorite thing about working at SCPT is making her co-workers and patients laugh and smile.
Connor is originally from Georgetown, Kentucky and was a 2012 graduate of Scott County High School. Connor started with SCPT his senior year of high school as a co-op and from that time has continued to be part of the staff when he was not away at school. His college career started out at Brescia University where he played college baseball, while studying Biology. He then transferred to Western Kentucky University where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science in 2018. Connor is currently working towards getting his credentialing to become a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist and has plans to apply to a Physical Therapy Doctorate program in the near future. Until then, Connor works as a full-time physical therapy technician at the clinic and has found a special interest in treating spine disorders and sports-related injuries.