Employee Spotlight: Bailey Loveless

Meet Bailey Loveless.  Bailey is a Physical Therapy Technician in our Spring Hill office.  Bailey was born and raised in Spring Hill, TN, so she is a familiar face in the office.  She graduated from the University of Tennessee Chattanooga and plans to get her doctorate in physical therapy someday.  Bailey loves to read books and watch Netflix. 

Meet Cat Taylor

Catherine “Cat” Taylor grew up locally in Arrington. She first became interested in physical therapy her sophomore year of high school after tearing her ACL. She dedicated her college path to being in physical therapy and found Elite the summer before her senior year of college to complete 350 hours of internship.

Cat attended Tennessee Tech for her first two years of college and played basketball for the university.

Meet Savannah Coffee

Savannah Coffee has been a Physical Therapist Tech at our Spring Hill clinic for nearly 2 years. She grew up in Fairview, TN and graduated from Fairview High School. During her senior year of high school, Savannah tore her ACL, tore her meniscus, and broke her knee cap. After surgery, she went to Physical Therapy and loved her experience.

Meet Latasha Shackleford

Latasha Shackleford is a vital person to our Cool Springs clinic. She is likely the first person you will see when you visit us in Cool Springs. Her kind and helpful spirit is exactly what makes scheduling, insurance filings, and so many other pieces of our clinic flow so well.

Latasha graduated from the University of Georgia with a BA in Exercise Science in Athletic Training.

Meet Casey Horn, Physical Therapy Assistant at Elite of Cool Springs

To know Casey Horn is to LOVE Casey Horn. If you have had her in physical therapy or been around her even the slightest, you understand. She is the definition of positive energy. Elite CFO Julie Shoemake says, “Casey has so much positive energy that she brings to the clinic every day. She is very high energy and offers great encouragement to the physical therapists and patients.” It’s true,