Justine Louw, BS, PT, c/NDT
Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy, University of Witwatersand, South Africa
Justine worked for nineteen years in South Africa treating adults and children with neurological delays as well as owning/operating her own private practice. Her experience included hosting workshops for preschool teachers on postural control and classroom seating and how these aspects affect classroom performance. Justine has completed extensive coursework on neurodevelopmental therapy through the years and has spent time providing physical therapy services in both Florida and Georgia and is certified in Neuro-Developmental Treatment (NDT). Her experience includes treating various diagnoses including cerebral palsy, CVA, premature at-risk infants, developmental delays, and autism. Justine lives in Alpharetta with her husband and two sons.
Toula McCarty, BS, PT
Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy, University of Mississippi Medical Center
Toula brings extensive experience to Kid’s Creek Therapy with both parents and children loving her gentle guidance. She has 25 years of experience in a variety of pediatric settings including Mississippi Children’s Rehabilitation Center, public schools, the neonatal intensive care unit at St. Joseph Hospital in Houston, Texas and two private pediatric practices. Toula has continued her education with conferences and workshops in the areas of cerebral palsy, neurodevelopmental treatment, sensory integration, motor control and learning, vestibular processing and orthopedics. She is incredibly focused on improving the lives of children through physical therapy and is dedicated to the use of collaborative, holistic, and research-based treatment models. Toula lives in Alpharetta with her husband and enjoys time volunteering at the Philoptochos Society due to her Greek heritage.
Talitha Rector, PT, DPT
Doctor of Physical Therapy, Emory University
Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies, Elon University
Talitha’s middle school dream of becoming a PT came true in 2007 when she graduated from Emory University with her physical therapy doctorate. She began her career at Kennedy Krieger’s International Center for Spinal Cord Injury but transitioned to pediatrics in 2012. She has worked in a variety of pediatric settings, including the school systems, outpatient clinics, and early intervention. Talitha has received continuing education training in functional movements, reflex integration, kinesiotaping, and social-emotional development and has worked with children with a variety of diagnoses, including autism, musculoskeletal pain, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, prematurity, torticollis, global developmental delays, and genetic disorders. Talitha values the importance of patient/parent education and believes it is her job to assist in integrating therapy into the daily lives of her patients because sometimes the smallest changes make the biggest difference. In her spare time, Talitha enjoys quilting, cycling, and walking her dog, Louie.