Meet the Springdale, Arkansas Clinic Team

Jessica Kessler – MPT, Cert. MDT

Jessica Kessler has been practicing physical therapy since 1999. She is an orthopedically trained therapist from the Army-Baylor Physical Therapy Program. Jessica served 6 years as an active-duty officer in the US Army where she achieved the rank of captain. Jessica was awarded a meritorious service medal and Army commendation medal for her service in Hawaii and Virginia.

Jessica has had clinical affiliations with Brooke Army Medical Center burn unit and outpatient neurorehabilitation at Ft. Sam Houston as well as the physical therapy department at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. Jessica also worked at Tripler Army Medical Hospital (a 450-bed tertiary care medical center and level 2 trauma center) in Oahu as head of inpatient therapy and Schofield Barracks as assistant chief of physical therapy for the 25th infantry division.

She has worked in various outpatient settings as a civilian therapist and holds a specialty certification in McKenzie diagnosis and treatment of the spine.

Jessica adores spending time with her two boys as well as friends and family. She also enjoys reading, cooking, and spending time outdoors while running, hiking, and biking. Jessica enjoys rehabilitating and educating patients and loves seeing them succeed in their goals.

Amber Conner – Business Manager

Amber maintains accounts payable, accounts receivable, monthly billing, scheduling, and insurance, while making sure our patients have the best experience possible. Amber is from Northwest Arkansas. She enjoys spending time with her daughter, cooking, painting, photography, and many outdoor activities.

Heath Gramling – Massage Therapist

Heath became a Licensed Massage Therapist in 2016. He graduated from the Massage Therapy program at Blue Cliff College with honors. Heath is trained in Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, Cranio-Sacral Therapy, Swedish, and Manual Lymphatic Drainage.

Heath customizes each massage with the intention of getting quantifiable results. Heath is grateful for the opportunity to provide a means of healing, injury prevention, and self-care for his clients. He continues to look for opportunities to learn new techniques to better assist his clients. Heath has a passion for Human Anatomy and enjoys putting his knowledge to practice.

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