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As a certified manual therapist, Kimberly specializes in the treatment of the spine and extremities with a hands on approach. The manual therapy certification through the University of St. Augustine is an intense program which specializes in the treatment of orthopedic injures through the use of hands on techniques. These techniques combined with appropriate exercise prescription allows patients to continue their rehabilitation outside of the clinic. She specializes in the treatment of orthopedic injuries, spine conditions both acute and chronic as well as post-operative rehabilitation. Kimberly is a STOTT PILATES® trained rehab instructor and is certified in Trigger Point Dry Needling (TDN), Core Barre ™ and Piloxing®.
Kimberly has been practicing in the Atlanta community since 2002. She is a graduate of the University of Florida and received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences. In 2006 she completed her Masters of Business from Mercer University.
Jessica Loncar first became interested in movement, fitness and physical health during her years as a competitive gymnast. This interest grew stronger after she volunteered for many years at Camp Dream Street, a camp for children with physical disabilities. She began practicing physical therapy in Atlanta in 1999, after having graduated from Tulane University and receiving her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. She continues to pursue education in the field, including multiple courses in manual therapy, real-time ultrasound, neurodynamics and advanced problem solving for physical therapists. Jessica’s serious interest in Pilates as an adjunct to her physical therapy practice began after attending a Pilates course for healthcare professionals in 2002. After using the new exercises with her patients in an outpatient orthopedic practice and seeing fantastic results, she pursued her STOTT PILATES® certification. She also recently became a STOTT PILATES® Rehab Instructor Trainer in April 2009, one of only seven in the United States. She now is able to train and certify other physical therapists in the field for Pilates in rehabilitation. Jessica specializes in the treatment of a variety of spine and extremity conditions, and is a credentialed McKenzie Institute® therapist as well as a Board Certified (Physical Therapy) Specialist in Orthopedics. She is also certified in Trigger Point Dry Needling (TDN), Core Barre ™ and Piloxing®.
Jessica is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, the Physical Therapy Association of Georgia, and the Pilates Method Alliance. She has contributed frequently to the Better Health section of the Atlanta Journal Constitution as a freelance writer and is pleased to be on the editorial panel of the Best Self Atlanta magazine.
Jessica has always enjoyed personally connecting with her clients. She has the technical knowledge and training as well as the concerned and encouraging attitude that best contribute to a client’s meeting their rehabilitation and fitness goals. Opening Stability Pilates and Physical Therapy is the realization of a dream for her, both personally and professionally. She knows that offering a wide range of services in a one-on-one setting like that offered at Stability is the best possible way to both assist her patients and to practice her profession.
Katie is an authentic Georgia peach, born and raised in Atlanta. She spent many years in the Sandy Springs area before heading out west for the ski slopes of Colorado. She attended the University of Colorado where she graduated with a degree in business management. She continued westward after graduation seeking the sunshine of Southern California. Katie pursued a career in retail and ultimately opened her own clothing boutique.
It was in California where she discovered STOTT PILATES®. She has been practicing Pilates for the past 9 years. After returning to Atlanta, Katie decided to turn her love of Pilates into a career becoming a certified STOTT PILATES® instructor. She has extensive knowledge of all Stott equipment as well as Core Barre ™ training. Her energy and exuberance for her work creates a fun and exciting environment for both herself and her clients.
When Katie is not teaching classes, she enjoys walking her Boston Terrier, Maddie.
As a licensed and registered occupational therapist, Marci Silverman specializes in treating chronic and acute upper extremity conditions, including carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, osteoarthritis and fractures. Marci has been helping patients in the greater Atlanta area rehabilitate neurological conditions, such as Spinal Cord Injuries, Multiple Sclerosis, Gullian-Barre’, and Transverse Myelitis, as well as orthopedic, neurological, and musculoskeletal injuries of the hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder since 1995.
A native of Atlanta, Marci is a graduate of the University of Florida with a Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Therapy and received a Master’s of Science in Exercise Science with emphasis in Biomechanics from Georgia State University in 2000. Marci has more than 7 years of experience treating orthopedic and upper extremity conditions, and more than 7 years at one of America’s most highly regarded catastrophic rehabilitation hospitals.
Marci’s expertise includes working with patients to find permanent solutions for muscle overuse conditions. She is certified as a STOTT PILATES® rehabilitation instructor and has also completed her Core Barre ™ training. She particularly enjoys working in Stability’s one-on-one treatment environment, treating the whole client, not just the injury.
The youngest child of a military family, Barbara spent her early years in Germany as did Joseph Pilates, the founder of the method under which she trained and certified over 12 years ago. Barbara spent her elementary and high school years as a gymnast then received her Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Jacksonville State University. She spent years working in technology but she missed being active.
It was when her daughter started taking dance at a ballet studio that she discovered Pilates. Ultimately, her instructor convinced her to become certified and turn her passion into her profession! Her quest to work with licensed Physical Therapists and gain a greater understanding of STOTT PILATES® led her to Stability. Barbara is a certified Romana’s New York Pilates instructor, certified Piloxing® instructor and is working towards becoming a fully trained STOTT PILATES® instructor.
Sally Maxwell (E-RYT 500) shares her passion for yoga through teaching. A student since l994, teacher since 2001. Her intention as a teacher is to deliver yoga as a lifestyle of courage, moderation, awareness, abundance and creativity. She incorporates principles of Ashtanga, Anusara and Iyengar. She completed her 500-hr Yoga Alliance certified teacher training in 2008. She strives to create a class environment that is safe in silence to access the infinite possibilities within each of us. She emphasizes the anatomical, postural, and energetic elements of yoga.
Sarah is a licensed and certified neuromuscular and massage therapist, specializing in pain management and injury recovery. She incorporates “primal wellness” into her practice—it involves the study and practice of full body, functional movements to ease pain, build strength and gain flexibility. Sarah recognizes that manual therapies play a vital role in facilitating the body’s healing process, but is sure to provide all of the “homework” needed to continue the progress off the table, to help ensure a strong, mobile and pain free body.
Sarah believes the mind, body and spirit connection is a very important foundation to full health of all life and has transferred this holistic approach to wellness to her practice as a Dog Trainer with Natural Dogs at Natural Dogs Atlanta.