Greg Miles, Physical Therapist

Greg is the owner of Integrity Therapy Group,LLC. He has been practicing physical therapy for 33 years. He received his M.S.P.T. degree from UAB in 1982. Greg has worked most of his career in the Florence area. He has received advanced education in the treatment of spine disorders with emphasis in the McKenzie approach to spinal dysfunction. He also has experience in the treatment of soft tissue disorders utilizing trigger point therapy, and myofascial release techniques. He has also attended conferences on ergonomics through the Matheson program, and studied functional capacity evaluation techniques utilizing the Isernhagen, and Blankenship and Ergoscience approaches. He has performed on site job analyses, and taught proper materials handling techniques.  Greg has attended continuing education course on Kinesiotape and Dry Needling.


Karen Anderson

Karen Anderson, Office Manager

Karen has worked as Integrity Therapy Group’s office Manager since its opening in August of 2004. She has worked in the field of physical therapy for over 35 years ranging from  physical therapy aide, physical therapy receptionist  and manager for physical therapy departments in various settings. She has over 15 years experience in management of physical therapy and is versed in coding, insurance benefits, Medicare, Blue Cross guidelines and compliance. Karen has dealt extensively with workman’s compensation, case workers, and insurance adjustors. She continues to keep up to date on changes in insurance issues routinely by attending courses and seminars. Karen is a member of Society of Human Resources and the Shoals area Workers Compensation meetings She always has our patients’ best interest at heart, and is easy to talk to, and willing to help.


Louann Schrock, P.T.

Louann graduated from the University of South Alabama in 1996 with her B.S. degree in physical therapy. Louann has had advanced studies in the Isernhagen work systems for analysis of functional capacity assessments, as well as job analysis, and work performance. She has also studied the use of Tai Chi in the rehab setting, and utilizes these skills with a number of patient needs including benign vertigo ( the canalith repositioning maneuver), and other balance disorders. She has worked in various physical therapy settings including hospital, nursing facilities, and outpatient clinics.


Lori Hunt, L.P.T.A.

Lori was born in Ohio but in 1991 married her husband that is from the Florence area and moved to Alabama. She graduated from Wallace State Community College in 1998 with an Associates Degree in licensed physical therapist assistant. She has worked in several therapists’ settings including acute care, home health, nursing home and out patient clinics. With opportunities working in a variety of settings she has been able to work with several different patient care types and needs including orthopedic, stroke, wound care, general surgeries, and sport injuries with patients ranging in all kinds of age groups from pediatric to geriatric. Lori has worked at Integrity since 2005 and says she continues to learn from the staff and therapists that are not only co -workers but considers a part of her family.


Belinda Henningan, L.P.T.A.

Belinda graduated from UAB School of Health Related Professions with an Associate’s Degree in Physical Therapy in August, 1989.  Belinda is a Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant.  She has worked in a variety of settings during her career.  She first spent several years working in hospital settings seeing acute care in-patients, as well as out-patients. She has worked with patients ranging from orthopedic injuries and surgeries, strokes, burns and wounds.  She also spent some time with pool (aquatic therapy) Belinda says she really enjoys working at Integrity Therapy Group and “we are not just co-workers, we are family” and hopes our patients feel like family too.


Anna Smith, L.P.T.A.

Anna was born and raised in Muscle Shoals.  She graduated from Muscle Shoals High School in 2007.  She decided to pursue physical therapy after many attempts of choosing what she wanted to do the rest of her life.  She graduated in 2012 from Calhoun Community College with an Associate’s Degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant.  Anna says that “helping people achieve goals they don’t believe in themselves” is her favorite aspect of being a Physical Therapist Assistant, and she “loves what she does and could not have chosen a better field”.


Cassie Burnett, Office/Receptionist

Amanda Miller,
Office Staff

Amanda Miller, Office Staff