Dr. Luke Bynum is a Physical Therapist and Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist practicing in Oxford, MS and founder/lead instructor for United Dry Needling Education. Dr. Bynum is also trained in pelvic floor physical therapy from the Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute. Originally from Waynesboro, MS, he attended the University of Mississippi where he obtained a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Exercise Science. He was awarded the Taylor Medal for Academic Excellence and graduated Summa Cum Laude in 2007. After graduation, he attended the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, MS where he graduated Magna Cum Laude with the Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2010. Dr. Bynum is currently a student at William Carey University where he is pursuing a PhD in Health Administration and Education. After serving nine years as an enlisted soldier in the Army Reserves, he was commissioned as a Lieutenant in the Navy Reserve Medical Service Corps in 2012 and completed his initial Dry Needling training program in 2013 and was credentialed as the 12th Physical Therapist in the State of Mississippi to perform Dry Needling. As a Navy Physical Therapist, LCDR Bynum practices in a direct access setting and has supported Naval Hospitals across the United States and abroad. Recently, LCDR Bynum deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. He resides in Oxford, MS with his wife and two children.
Dr. Ronald Montgomery is a native of Brighton, Tennessee. He graduated from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis, Tennessee in 2002 with a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy. He completed his Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2013 at Arcadia University in Glendale, Pennsylvania. Dr. Montgomery joined the US Navy and was commissioned in August of 2009. He served 3 years as an active duty member. He completed Officer Development School and was assigned to Balboa Naval Hospital San Diego. In April 2010, he was assigned to Naval Special Warfare Logistics Support Unit One (LOGSU-1). He provided Orthopedic and Neurological physical therapy treatment for the West Coast SEAL Teams, EOD, SWICC and support teams. Dr. Montgomery deployed to Afghanistan with SEAL Team 7 in support of the Operation Enduring Freedom mission from September 2011-January 2012. CDR Montgomery joined the Navy Reserves in September 2012. Dr. Montgomery is a Credentialed Dry Needling Provider and an approved provider of the Graston Technique using Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization. He has been employed as a staff physical therapist at Semmes Murphey Brain and Spine Clinic in Memphis, Tennessee.
Dr. John Robert Burnett grew up in Port Gibson, Mississippi. He graduated from St. Aloysius High School in Vicksburg, Mississippi. He attended Millsaps College, playing football as a tight end and defensive end, and received his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. After graduation, Dr. Burnett attended UMMC to receive his Doctorate of Physical Therapy. When he graduated from the program in 2014, he immediately took a job with Mid South Rehab Services, Inc. as a physical therapist for our strategic partner, Magee General Hospital, and achieved certifications in FCEs, work ergonomics, and pre-work screens through workwell, worksavers, and worksteps/ISR. After a year, Dr. Burnett was promoted to Director of Rehab at 360 Total Rehab in Flowood, MS. In his time at 360, he obtained certifications in myofascial trigger point dry needling, and effectively led and grew the facility to over double it's patient care visits. Six years later, Dr. Burnett was promoted again, this time as a Regional Clinical Director for Mid South’s North Mississippi Region. JR enjoys spending time with his wife of 7 years, Kelsey, and their three children. In his free time, JR enjoys playing sports, exercising, hunting, and fishing. Above all, he is a follower of Jesus, and he credits Him with all the glory.
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