Dr. Ginger FenterDr. Ginger Fenter graduated as the Valedictorian of Charleston High School in 1983. She received distinction as a Presidential Scholar graduating with Highest Honors with a degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Central Arkansas in December of 1988. She was licensed by the State of Arkansas to practice Physical Therapy in 1989. She received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Des Moines University with highest honors in 2009 and has received extensive training in Manual Therapy and Myofascial Release. Dr. Fenter founded F&S Physical Therapy along with Marty Starkey in 1994.
Marty StarkeyMarty Starkey graduated from the University of Central Arkansas in 1984 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy. As one of our founders and most experienced therapists, Marty has seen and treated a wide variety of patients in his 32 years of practice with excellent results. He prides himself on staying current with all treatment options and has been extensively trained in Myofascial Release by John Barnes, PT. Marty's attentive and caring approach to patient care has influenced everyone at Wellness Physical Therapy.
Mary McKinleyMary McKinley, PT graduated from the University of Colorado and has been a PT for over 40 years. She currently practices at the F&S location in Waldron. Mary provides excellent therapy services to clinic patients as well as home health physical therapy for the area.
Karri PattersonKarri Patterson is one of our physical therapists. She attended undergraduate studies at Oklahoma State University with a Bachelor's degree in Biological Sciences. She received her Master's degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Central Arkansas in 1999.She specializes and outpatient orthopedic physical therapy and home health physical therapy services.
Deeply inspired by her childbirth-teaching mother and the birth of her own children, personal experiences with domestic violence and a desire to empower people in managing their own health and healing, Sarah "Kinje" Brooks graduated from University of Central Arkansas with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in August of 2014. She completed a clinical training rotation specializing in pelvic and genital pain disorders and has specialty training through both recognized U.S. educational organizations within pelvic rehabilitation: ABPTS and Herman & Wallace.
Dr. Brooks is currently the State Representative for APTA Section on Women's Health.
Focusing on both Pelvic & Gendered Health and Pain Management, Dr. Brooks is a member in good standing of or contributor to the International Pelvic Pain Society, International Association for the Study of Pain, Special Interest Groups (abdominal and pelvic pain & sex, gender and pain), Judgment Free Health Care Professionals. She has also previously developed a pelvic PT program.
Her continuing education, in progress or recently completed, include STAR certification for oncology rehab, Certification in Sexual Medicine and Rehabilitation, sitting for CAPP certifications in both Pelvic and Obstetric Physical Therapy, completing the prerequisites to sit for the WCS specialty board exam, and manual therapy training through the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy.