Three BenchMark physical therapists were promoted recently to the role of clinic director: Morgan Williams, in East Ridge; Nancy Olson, in Fort Oglethorpe; and Kate Dowdle, in Trenton, Ga.
Williams earned her degree as a physical therapist assistant from Chattanooga State Technical College and is certified as a clinical instructor through the American Physical Therapy Association.
Olson has had almost 20 years of experience in the physical therapy field and in 2008 received a designation from the American Physical Therapy Association for PTAs in Advanced Proficiency.
Dowdle holds a doctorate of physical therapy and is currently enrolled to become a board-certified orthopedic certified specialist.
"They have worked hard to advance their skills in treatments that provide the best results and are now stepping into leadership roles," said Keith Myers, regional director.
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