Seeing their faces light up when they master a goal they have been working on is incredibly rewarding.
London graduated with a Bachelor’s in Exercise Science at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro, Arkansas in May of 2015. She then went on to obtain her Doctorate in Physical Therapy there as well and graduated in 2018. London married her husband following graduation and they moved to Greenbrier, where he teaches elementary school. At this time, they have no children but enjoy one spoiled cat, named Lily. London and her husband enjoy being in nature more than anything, and you can find them duck hunting, deer hunting, fishing, and boating on Lake Ouachita in her free time.
Working in pediatrics has appealed to London from an early age, as she worked at the Boys and Girls Club in her hometown throughout high school. She says, “I always knew I wanted to be a pediatric physical therapist. Knowing that I can make a difference in a child’s life has always been a motivation for me to be a better therapist and person. Seeing their faces light up when they master a goal they have been working on is incredibly rewarding.”
London is always striving to be a better therapist for the children she works with. In the future, she hopes to pursue additional degrees and/or certifications in orthopedics for adolescents, as she has many children on her caseload that have orthopedic involvement. London enjoys the compassionate and familial environment at Reach and sees that it shines through to her clients.
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