These are caring individuals with great skills for helping their patients regain physical function and improve quality of life. If I need physical therapy, these folks will be my providers.
As a peer I highly respect the staff and their skill level!!
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Joy is a graduate of South Laurel High School. She completed her professional education at Somerset Community College to become a Physical Therapist Assistant in 1998. Joy has extensive experience in clinical outpatient orthopedics. Her areas of interest include fall prevention, geriatrics, and sports medicine. She has developed a strong reputation as a clinician in our community and is loved by any patient she has worked with. Mrs. Williams will serve as assistant clinic director and will be involved with community outreach, customer service, and marketing.
Joy has been a lifelong member of Corinth Baptist Church and is currently teaching the Children’s Bible Drill at her church. In her spare time she enjoys digital scrapbooking and being involved with her children’s activities. She is married to Glen Williams, they share two daughters Kalle and Kenzie.
Since receiving her physical therapy degree, Blake has experience in both outpatient and long term care physical therapy services but has dedicated five years to the development and growth of her outpatient clinical skills. Her clinical interests include orthopedic and sport related injuries, spine related pain, women’s health, and pediatrics. She has been trained in both McKenzie and Maitland techniques for the treatment of spine and joint related pain. She has also received training in women’s health and pelvic floor rehabilitation and is one of the only physical therapists in southeastern KY providing specialized clinical services in women’s health.
Blake enjoys spending time with her husband Justin, daughter Bostyn, and miniature daschund Cash. She is a member of the Creek Church and serves in the 3 year old classroom on Sundays. In her spare time, she volunteers with special needs children in the community and enjoys crafts and UK athletics.
Eddie graduated from South Laurel High School in 1998, and continued his education at the University of Kentucky where he completed his Masters Degree in Physical Therapy in 2003. He received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) in 2009. After 15 years of clinical practice then founded Revolution Physical Therapy in 2018.
Dr. Valentine’s clinical interest include treatment of Spine Related Pain, Industrial Health Services, Sports Medicine, and Post-Operative rehabilitation. He is one of only two physical therapists in the state to be dual certified in the Maitland Concept (COMT) and the McKenzie Method (MDT). Both treatments are recognized as some of the leading treatments for spine and joint related pain. He is also certified to provide dry needling. Dr. Valentine serves as adjunct faculty in University of Kentucky Physical Therapy Program and serves as a clinic instructor to students from several colleges. He is a member of the APTA, Orthopedic Section, and American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Therapists.
Locally Eddie is a member of the Chamber of Commerce and London-Laurel County Industrial Authority.
In his spare time Eddie can be found spending time with his children Trey, Hailee, Roslyn, Brady, and Emma, his wife Emily and golden retriever Joba. He enjoys local sporting events, reading, gardening, vacations to the beach, and grilling on his Big Green Egg.