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1‚Äč102 W. South Street

Suite 9

Benton, AR 72015





Team Biographies

Carrie Johnson, Physical Therapist, owner

Carrie attended CSU Fresno and graduated with her Bachelors in 1997. She received her Masters in Physical Therapy in 1999. Carrie's love is outpatient orthopedics with incorporation of therapeutic pilates for core stabilization. Carrie is also a Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach offering personal 1:1 sessions. She also has continuing education on treating vestibular disorders for balance and dizziness and Breast Cancer Rehab through KLOSE training.

Dr. Marla J. Murphy, Physical Therapist, owner

Marla attended The University of Central Arkansas, graduating with a BS in Health Science, Sociology Minor in 2006, and earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2009. She is currently certified in lymphedema therapy and breast cancer rehabilitation, and has a true passion for helping those affected by Multiple Sclerosis as she was diagnosed with this disease in her early 20's. Serving on the National MS Society Leadership Council and being a 2 time co-chair for Walk MS, Marla donates her time helping to raise money for MS Research.

Marla is a 1990 graduate of Bauxite High School.

Nikki Edmondson, Clinic Director

Nikki joined our team in 2015 as a therapy tech and quickly climbed the ladder to become our new clinic director in 2017. She is a mother of two girls, Audrey and Leah. Nikki enjoys everything outdoors, cooking and sports. Nikki also successfully coached a winning soccer team, volunteering her time to the Boys and Girls Club during her first year coaching.

Taylor Oglesby, PT Tech

Taylor Oglesby joined the ExcePTional Physical Therapy family in 2021 as a therapy tech. Taylor attended Benton High School and Hendrix College, graduating with her BS in Health Science and Psychology. Taylor, or T.O. as she is known to most people played softball in college, making all conference and in high school she was part of the State Champs team in 2014. She also made All State in basketball and softball in high school. T.O. plans to become a Physical Therapist, and work in sports or pediatrics.