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Spine & Sport welcomes two new therapists

POSTED: September 19, 2008 5:01 a.m.
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Dr. Adrianne Kuch

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Spine & Sport welcomes Dr. Rachel Spivey and Dr. Adrianne Kuch to the team. Both are new physical therapists at Spine & Sport.

Spivey earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Florida’s University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in April of 2006. She completed the United States of America’s Manual Therapy Certification program and spent two years practicing in South Carolina. Originally from Louisiana, she earned her Bachelor of Science degree from Louisiana State University.

When Spivey is not working she enjoys following collegiate sports and is greatly involved in fencing. As a competitive fencer in high school, Spivey currently assists the historian for the United States’ Fencing Association with his work on the United States’ fencing hall of fame.

Kuch attended Widener University located just outside the Philadelphia, Pa area where she earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy.  

Prior to earning her doctorate, Kuch graduated from the University of Alabama with a bachelor degree in fitness management. She continued her education and earned her masters in sport management from Florida State University. Kuch worked in the sports industry for a short while with the Baltimore Ravens of the NFL, and then a minor league hockey team in Lubbock, Texas called the Lubbock Cotton Kings.  

Spine & Sport is a leader in the advanced practice of physical therapy and high quality personal training services. Spine & Sport gets results and focuses on the convenience of their patients and clients. For more information about Spine & Sport, please visit www.spinesport.org.

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