Autumn Curtis earned her doctorate in physical therapy from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in exercise science from Middle Tennessee State University where she also was a member of the cross country and track and field teams. As a multi-sport athlete, Autumn has seen a wide array of injuries and treatments which has helped prepare her for rehabilitating individuals in the clinical setting.
Autumn enjoys tailoring plans for a variety of patients, including those healing after surgery, those trying to avoid surgery, weekend warriors, and high-level athletes. Through a focus on patient history and a wide understanding of a variety of ailments and injuries, Autumn works tirelessly so her patients see and feel improvement.
She is certified in dry needling and cupping, utilizing these as adjuncts in therapy. Autumn’s primary goal when treating patients is to empower them to take control of their rehabilitation and wellness journey.
In her spare time, Autumn enjoys working out, playing basketball, reading, and experiencing new places with her husband.