Hunter Stark, PT, DPT, CSCS
Dr. Stark has been practicing physical therapy for 15+ years after graduating with his Doctorate degree from the University of MS Medical Center.
Hunter is a certified orthopedic manual therapist by Maitland-Australian Physiotherapy Seminars and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist by the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
As a physical therapist and certified strength and conditioning specialists, Hunter uses his background in sport biomechanics, movement quality, manual therapy and skill acquisition to specialize in all aspects of human performance. He has worked extensively with a variety of professional athletes from high school to professional ranks and from amateur to Olympic caliber athletes.
Dr. Stark specializes in all sports and orthopedic injuries throughout the body, as well as enhancing movement quality and performance in people looking to get the most out of their bodies.
Worked directly with nationally renowned orthopaedic surgeon James Andrews MD
Assisted players in the NFL, MLB, NHL and National Olympic Teams in their rehabilitation process including the following awards won the season after their rehabilitation process: Drafted in top 10 NFL draft, NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year, NFL Defensive Player of the Year, NFL Pro Bowl selection, Bronze Medal 2016 Olympics.
Delivered multiple lectures on sports medicine and rehabilitation
Member American Physical Therapy Association
Member National Strength and Conditioning Association
Charlotte Stark, PT, DPT
Dr. Stark has been practicing physical therapy for 15+ years after graduating with her Doctorate degree from the University of MS Medical Center.
Charlotte specializes in treating all forms of orthopedic injuries with a specialty in tennis and racquet sports. She is currently running our TOPSPiN Tennis program that focuses on working with on improving both on and off the court injuries and pain in tennis athletes. Her past history in tennis includes 30+ years of on the court play including both juniors and collegiate play, collegiate All-American status and current USTA play.
As a physical therapist, she has worked in multiple orthopedic settings specializing in spine and joint care along with sports medicine injuries. Her hope is to incorporate her passion and knowledge of tennis with her physical therapy skills to bridge the gap with injury and tennis play in order to have athletes return to playing even better than prior to injury.
Collegiate Tennis All-American
Assisted athletes in recreational, collegiate, professional levels return to their sport
Certified in Graston soft tissue technique
Certified in Trigger Point Dry Needling by United Dry Needling
Bekah Calhoun, ATC, CSCS
Rebekah Calhoun is a Certified Athletic Trainer and Strength and Conditioning Specialist. She graduated from the University of West Florida in 2017 with her bachelors in Athletic Training, and is excited to return to the Pensacola community.
Rebekah continued her education as a graduate assistant at the University of Louisiana Monroe. There she served as the athletic trainer for the indoor and beach volleyball teams, as well as assisting the football team while completing her Master’s in Exercise Science.
Coming to us from Daytona Beach, Rebekah most recently worked as an Athletic Trainer and Professor at Bethune-Cookman University. During her time at the university Rebekah provided sports medicine care to the football and baseball teams. She also taught the undergraduate courses of Nutrition and Strength and Conditioning.
As a Certified Athletic Trainer and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Rebekah enjoys creating customized training protocols designed to address specific concerns while optimizing performance. Having worked in sports medicine, group fitness, and education, she provides an all encompassing approach to injury treatment and prevention. Her main focus is to transition patients back into their active lifestyles after overcoming an injury. By working with clients on their individual goals she seeks to ensure they continue to feel strong and confident while avoiding further injury.