Diane Wilson, PT, CEAS II

Diane Wilson, PT, CEAS II, a graduate of the Medical College of Georgia, brings over 21 years of patient-care experience to the practice. She is committed to staying up-to-date on the latest research and treatment techniques (evidence-based treatment) to provide the most effective treatment for each of her clients. She has demonstrated successes in treating even the most complex orthopedic and neurologic conditions, including multiple-limb amputation, chronic pain, complex regional pain syndrome, cancer, migraine/headaches, myofascial pain syndrome, traumatic brain injury, balance disorders, and orthopedic problems in clients with neurological conditions. More than everything else, she enjoys the relationships that develop during one-on-one, hands on treatment sessions.

Diane has developed an Occupational Rehabilitation program that covers the spectrum from injury prevention to rehabilitation of injured workers with successful return-to-work. She has performed hundreds of Functional Capacity Evaluations (FCE) to determine the clients ability to return to work (with or without modifications) or to assist physicians in completing disability forms. She has performed ergonomic evaluations in offices, health care, industrial and mining settings she has consulted in local companies, international corporations, and government agencies to provide health and safety education, job site analysis, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) consultation, development of ADA-compliant job descriptions, ergonomic evaluations, post-offer/pre-employment screenings, FCEs, and prevention programs for repetitive strain injuries.

Diane has shared her knowledge and experience by presenting courses to physicians, nurses and other rehabilitation professionals in the areas of FCE, ergonomics, repetitive strain injuries, spinal mobilization, evidence-based treatment of low back pain, occupational rehabilitation, and rehabilitation of amputees. She has published articles on the topics of amputee rehabilitation and myofacial pain syndrome.

Diane is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Orthopedic Section, Physical Therapy Association of Georgia, McKenzie Institute USA, Amputee Coalition of America, and Victory Baptist Church.

Diane has been married to her husband David for nine years. She has two adult children and a stepdaughter, two grandchildren, three step-cats and a foster dog.

Janet H. Duggan, PT

Janet H. Duggan, PT received her physical therapy degree from Daeman College in New York. She has practiced physical therapy for 24 years, of which 19 have been in the CSRA. Janet brings excellent leadership, organizational, and customer service skills to the practice. She has extensive experience managing an outpatient rehabilitation clinic, placing high value on quality of care and exceptional customer satisfaction. Her department consistently earned satisfaction scores of 97%! She is currently enrolled in the Executive MBA program at Auburn University and expects to graduate in May, 2012.

Janet has vast experience treating clients with neurological and orthopedic conditions in a variety of settings (inpatient rehabilitation, outpatient and acute care.) She completed the certification program for neuro-developmental treatment. She has a special interest in aquatic therapy techniques (including balance training).

Janet is a member of the American Physical therapy Association (Aquatic Section and Private Practice Section;) and Physical Therapy Association of Georgia.