Hearing Andi’s story provides some insight behind the passion she has for her profession. She became a Physical Therapist by chance. Her parents had a private airplane accident in 1993; both survived the ordeal. Her mother was not injured, but her father sustained a spinal cord injury. Andi quit her sports marketing job to assist with her father's rehabilitation. As she followed him through the rehabilitation process, she learned something about an extraordinary group of people. Physical Therapists are not just exercise teachers; they are compassionate caring individuals. When her father finished his rehabilitation, she returned to school to answer her calling. After spending 15 years away from Jackson, she returned with the desire to raise her two daughters in a small town and to be near her family. After working in many different PT settings, Aquatic Therapy has become her passion. She has a state of the art therapy pool where she can truly deliver the care her patients need. Over the past few years, she has been investigating ways to accelerating the healing process. This has prompted her to integrate Cold Laser and Mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy into her clinic. She sincerely enjoys helping people tackle the difficult job of rehabilitation and feels lucky to have such a rewarding job.

Jenelle Sullivan, PT

Andi Lewis, MSPT