Dr. Nyberg is a physical therpist specialist in Tucker, GA and has been practicing at the Atlanta Back Clinic since 1977. He earned a Masters of Medical Science in Physical Therapy in 1985 from Emory University and obtained a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of St. Augustine in 2010. Dr. Nyberg specializes in Physical Therapy and Orthopedic Physical Therapy.
Dr. Anderson’s major clinical interests include myofascial pain and neurodynamics. In addition to her duties as head of Intown Physical Therapy, she is an adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor at Mercer University.
Dr. Lamar Frasier is a physical therapist who specializes in the treatment of sports medicine and orthopedic related injuries. He treats individuals of all skill and age levels, with an emphasis on accurate identification of the cause of each condition. The mission of Georgia Sports Physical Therapy is to provide exceptional, individualized outpatient rehabilitation that is injury specific and tailored to each patients’ needs. Dr. Frasier opened the practice with the vision of assuring customized and uninterrupted treatment sessions.
Dr. Eggebrecht is not only a certified physical therapist but also is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and became Board Certified in Orthopedics (OCS) in 2014 through the American Board of Physical Therapist Specialties (ABPTS). Collin has advanced training in Spinal Manipulation and Dry Needling and has worked in professional sports. He has special interest in treating acute and chronic pain conditions and extensive experience in post-surgical rehabilitation.
Dr. Dale M. Yake is the CEO of PT Solutions. He was a collegiate football play and is a 4X Ironman Finisher. Dale is a father of 3 and enjoys giving back to society in the form of missionary work.
Dr. Tovin was selected as the head athletic trainer for the aquatics venue at the 1996 Olympic Games. He has been an athletic trainer with the United States Diving and Swimming team has written a textbook titled Evaluation and Treatment of the Shoulder: An integration of the Guide to Physical Therapist Practice published by F.A. Davis.
Dr. Faulkner’s love of movement and dancing has been a strong influence on her approach to physical therapy. Her clinical interests include dance medicine, sports injuries, orthopedics, injury prevention, dry needling and vestibular rehabilitation. Outside of the clinic, Emma can be found in dance class at a local studio, riding her bike along the Beltline, walking her massive fluffy dog, Roshi, or curled up in her hammock relaxing with a good book.
Dr. Malcolm grew up a ballet dancer and completed her undergraduate honors thesis exploring how the dancer’s body responds differently to balance activities compared to their non-dance counterparts. Krysten brings a unique approach to rehab, combining physical therapy with her understanding of the dancer’s body and requirements of their job. In her spare time she rides and shows American Saddlebred horses, once placing third in a National Championship and fifth in the World Championships in her division.