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Daniel Headrick, PT, CEAS III, ASTYM, BS

Dan Headrick is the founder of Progress In Motion. Dan received a BS in biology from Lambuth University and his Physical Therapy degree from the University of Tennessee at Memphis Medical School. Dan has served as the team physical therapist for Franklin - Simpson High School, Christian Community High School, and White House High School. He completed a level I and level III Ergonomic Assessment Certification through The Back School of Atlanta in 2007, and 2010.  Dan has developed ergonomic and injury prevention programs for Franklin Precision Industries, Harman of Missouri and Kentucky and Quad Graphics Printing. Dan received an ASTYM certification in 2010, enabling Progress In Motion to be one of only three clinics in the northern middle Tennessee region to offer the augmented soft tissue mobilization technique.

Dan started his own physical therapy practice after years of working in the increasingly volume centered health care field. Dan knew time spent with patients is directly proportional quality service and fantastic patient outcomes. Patient centered care has produced longevity for Progress In Motion, a blessing that has produced ten plus years of business.
Dan currently resides in White House, TN and is married to his college sweetheart.  He and his wife, Jane, have two active children.  Dan and his family enjoy fishing, playing sports, eating, going to church, singing Southern Gospel Music.

Hollie Brewer, P.T.A.

Hollie recently moved to Springfield, TN from Florida where she has practiced as a P.T.A. for five years. She attended Broward Community College located in Southwest Florida obtaining her AS degree & P.T.A. licensure. Hollie has continued her education, receiving training Shoulder Rehabilitation and taping Techniques from Cross Country Education, and Sacro-Iliac Mobilization from The Dogwood Institute. Hollie joined the P.I.M. team in 2005, and since that time she has created The Massage Program at P.I.M. This program allows past clients to receive continued manual services following discharge from therapy, to help prevent re-occurring symptoms. Hollie’s commitment to P.I.M’s core values is evident in her actions each day, and she continues to be a cornerstone to P.I.M’s growth in White House.

Hollie is married to her husband of seven years and she and David have a two-year-old daughter. She enjoys singing, racquetball and being involved in church activities.


Chrystal Womack joined the P.I.M. family in September of 2008. Chrystal earned her Physical Therapist Assistant degree from Volunteer State Community College in May of 2008. Chrystal has continued her education since joining P.I.M., completing a cervical spine mobilization and treatment course from Cross Country Education, in the spring of 2009; and completing ASTYM certification in 2011 She also holds several fitness certifications, including: Aerobic and Fitness Association of America Group Fitness Certification; Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Exercise Instructor; and a Level III Yoga Trainer from YogaFit.

Chrystal is versatile team member at Progress IN Motion, seeing patient’s in the clinic as needed, and coordinating community outreach events, and initiating referral source relationships  She is a welcome addition to Progress In Motion. Chrystal is married, and lives in White House. She has two boys who she enjoys watching play or do anything. She is also active in her church and the White House music community.

Chris Troutman, PTA

Chris is a recent addition to the PIM team. Chris earned his AAS/PTA degree from Shelby State Community College in Memphis, TN. Chris comes with twenty years experience in a variety of healthcare settings including: inpatient rehabilitation, acute hospital care, outpatient clinic, and skilled nursing facilities. Chris strives to stay up to date in current practices and has recently completed continuing education in Mulligan Mobilization technique for the upper body and care for Rotator Cuff Syndrome provided by Cross County Education. Chris views his work as a therapist as part of his Christian mission field. His goal is to make a difference in his patient's lives by utilizing his training and allowing Christ to work through him. Chris is excited to be a part of PIM as he shares the company's Christian values.

Chris, his wife Candace, daughter Jacqueline, three dogs, and one cat live in White House, TN. Chris is blessed to be an actively involved member of The Church at Grace Park. He enjoys spending time with his family, hiking, traveling, and fellowshipping with friends. He greatly enjoys serving in the same community in which he lives.

Jacob Hamrick, PT, DPT

Progress In Motion welcomes Jacob Hamrick PT, DPT to our team!! Jacob has been in both the private practice and corporate out-patient rehabilitation arenas. He prefers private practice and we were thrilled he chose us to continue his career! Jacob has a great story about how he came to be a physical therapist. Below, is his story:

“I used to assume my body would always take care of me.  By the age of 23 I had knee, ankle, and elbow pains that prevented me from being as active as I wanted.  Then I changed my life and felt great.  I knew I wanted to inspire others to change as well.  So in 2008 I achieved my Bachelor of Science at Murray State University with emphasis in Exercise Science and Physical Therapy. While a student there I wanted to start teaching people what I knew about fitness and wellness so at the end of my Sophomore year I began teaching human anatomy and physiology labs to fellow undergraduates, teaching fitness classes designed for the young to the old, and of course personal training.  My ultimate goal however, was achieved in 2013 with the accomplishment of a Doctorate in Physical Therapy.  I continue to share that anyone, at any age, can improve their health.  I avidly teach prevention as a means to proactively keep people out of pain.  I enjoy working with a broad spectrum of ages - from pediatric to geriatric.”

Welcome Jacob Hamrick!!!

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