Pike County Memorial Hospital (PCMH) is pleased to announce that Lindsey Krieg, DPT, has joined the staff of PCMH Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine.
Krieg will provide treatment for patients through individualized treatment programs at the Bowling Green facility.
“We are excited to have Lindsey join Pike County Memorial Hospital,” said Lorraine Harness, PCMH CEO and administrator. “Her experience will contribute to our tradition of quality healthcare of our community,” said Keith Oakes, director of physical therapy.
Lindsey earned her doctorate in physical therapy from the University of South Alabama and her bachelor’s of science in exercise science from Truman State University. She has been working with people of all ages as an orthopedic physical therapist since completing her doctorate.
Physical therapists are healthcare professionals who examine, diagnose, and treat individuals of all ages who have conditions that limit the body’s ability to move and function in daily life.
PCMH physical therapists examine each individual and develop a unique treatment plan to improve mobility, reduce pain, restore function, and prevent disability.
“I enjoy challenging and motivating my patients during therapy sessions in order to help them return to the activities they love doing,” said Krieg.