Jillian Hudson graduated from Shorter College in 2004 with a bachelor of science degree in biology. She then attended Belmont University, where she earned her doctorate of physical therapy in 2008. She has been employed as a physical therapist at Infinity Children’s Services since October 2008. Jillian has attended continuing education classes focusing on the use of Spanish in a therapy setting. She has experience with kinesiotaping, brachial plexus injuries and bodyweight supported ambulation.
Ami Morris, D.P.T., has been a physical therapist at Infinity Children’s Services for the past five years. She has a combined 10 years of pediatric experience with five years as an elementary special education teacher prior to endeavoring to become a physical therapist. She received her doctorate of physical therapy from Emory University in Atlanta, Ga.
Kimberly Hinman Reynolds is a physical therapist who has been working at Infinity since October of 1999; she is currently working part-time at both the Rome and Calhoun offices. She is a graduate of North Georgia College and State University, where she received a master of science degree in physical therapy, as well as a bachelor of science degree in biology. Kimberly was born and raised in Rome, and is an active member of West Rome Christian Church. She is married to Jamie, a kindergarten teacher and independent musician. Their son Luke was born in 2008. Kimberly is a kettlebell enthusiast and a wannabe runner who finished her first 5K in December 2011. She also enjoys reading and watching competitive cooking shows (though she rarely actually cooks).
Roberta Hughes, PT, graduated from Ohio State University in 1980 with a bachelor of science degree in physical therapy. Roberta has more than 31 years of experience working in a wide variety of clinical settings, but her heart belongs to the children of Rome and Northwest Georgia, where she has worked with Infinity since 1999.
Lindsay Johnson, DPT, received a bachelor of science degree in pre-professional biology with a minor in chemistry in 2005, graduating summa cum laude from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. In 2010, she received her doctorate of physical therapy, also from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga School of Physical Therapy. She has had student clinical experience with children, adolescents and adults with various diagnoses and movement disorders. Her love for the pediatric setting began during physical therapy school, when she completed an internship at Infinity Children’s Services. Upon graduation, she joined the Infinity team and has been changing the lives of children ever since.
Krista Benter is a physical therapist who attended graduate school at Mayo School of Health Sciences in Rochester, Minn., where she attained a master’s degree in physical therapy with clinical emphasis in pediatrics. Upon graduating in 2003, she worked at Infinity for four years before starting a family and returning back to the Midwest. There she worked part-time in geriatrics at a specialty nursing home for dementia and Alzheimer’s patients. While employed there, she focused her treatments on sensory integration techniques and co-presented continuing education courses in sensory integration with the geriatric population. Krista returned to Rome in April 2012 and is thrilled to be back working at Infinity Children’s Services, where her passion has always been, working with kids!