PHYSICAL, OCCUPATIONAL, & SPEECH THERAPY
Ivy Physical Therapy, Inc opened in 2011. Our vision is to provide our patients with compassionate physical therapy to reduce their physical impairments and improve their quality of life. We take pride in looking at the patient as a whole, and believe it takes more than just exercise to improve the wellness of an individual.
Dr. Laura Lynn Ivy PT, DPT
I, (Dr. Laura Lynn Ivy, PT, DPT) graduated from Heber Springs High School in 2002. I received my bachelor's degree in Health and Exercise Science from UCA in 2005. I received my Doctorate in Physical Therapy from UCA in 2008, with the bulk on my training in outpatient and pediatric physical therapy.
I have been married to my husband, Gary, since 2005. We have two wonderful daughters, Avery and Amelia.
I love working in the town I grew up in, and I take a lot of pride in this town.
Dr. Adam Sartain PT, DPT
I, (Dr. Adam Sartain PT, DPT) graduated from Concord High School in 2003. I received my bachelor’s degree in biology from UCA in 2009 and received my Doctorate in Physical Therapy from UCA in 2012. I specialize in outpatient physical therapy and also have experience in the successful treatment of BPPV (vertigo).
I have been married to the love of my life, Lydia Sartain, since May 14th 2011 and we were blessed with two baby boys, Bennett Sartain & Elias Sartain.
I am thankful to work in the county I was raised in and serve the community of Heber Springs.
Anna B. Cullum, M.S., CCC-SLP
I, (Anna Brittain Cullum, B.S., M.S., CCC-SLP) graduated from TABB High School in Yorktown, Virginia in 1995. I was an Air Force “brat” my entire life and had been to more countries by the age of 15 than most people ever dream of seeing. Once I was ready to settle down though, I returned to my birth state of Arkansas to be near my grandparents as I attended college. I received my first bachelor’s degree in Psychology and my second bachelor’s degree in Communicative Disorders from UALR in 2001. I received my Master’s degree in Speech –Language Pathology from UAMS in 2003. I have been privileged to work with both children and adults alike during my 14 year career. I have specialized training in Neurological disorders, swallowing dysfunctions (vital stimulation certified specialist), stroke recovery, and complexed disease management.
I have been married to my husband, Dennis, since 2003. We had three amazing children together. We decided to make Heber Springs our home town in 2007. What a wonderful place to raise our family! I am proud to be providing therapy here in Heber Springs and appreciate the opportunity to give back to the community I love to call home.
Madeline Hood - Office Manager & Certified Personal Trainer
Hi! My name is Madeline Hood. I am the office manager here at Ivy Physical Therapy as well as an ACE Certified Personal Trainer. I have been part of the Ivy Physical Therapy family since 2012 where I started as a tech, and can't imagine myself anywhere else! My husband, Jessie, and I love anything outdoors and spending time with our dogs! I started my fitness journey a year after graduating high school. Like many, I had gained the “Freshman 15” plus some! I started out doing DVD workouts such as Insanity, going on crazy diets that I could never maintain, and yo-yoing up and down. It took me about 6 months of researching and trial and error before I finally got on the right track. I developed a huge passion for fitness and decided to become a personal trainer in hopes of helping people avoid some of the struggles that I went through! Diet and exercise don’t have to be extreme. My goal as a trainer is to make exercising a maintainable lifestyle. I strive to make working out fun and love every minute with my clients!
Margaret Standridge, OTR/L, CHT
Hello, I am Margaret Standridge. I graduated from the University of Central Arkansas in 1988 with a Bachelor of science in Occupational Therapy. I was attracted to the field of Hand Therapy while in college, and became a Certified Hand Therapist in 1994. I specialize in the treatment of hand, wrist, elbow, and shoulder injuries/disorders with a focus on returning patients back to their previous level of performance. While I have been blessed with opportunities to work as adjunct staff at UCA, student fieldwork educator, clinic manager, lecturer in the field of Hand Therapy both on a local and national level, my greatest pleasure is working one on one with patients and facilitating their recovery.