Kate Stark, DPT, Clinical Director

Originally from North Carolina, Kate graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and second major in Exercise and Sport Science.

After completing her Doctorate in Physical Therapy at the Medical University of South Carolina, she knew she had found home in the Low Country. A self-proclaimed foodie and outdoor fanatic, Kate can be found exploring the area’s natural beauty and local restaurants.

Kate emphasizes movement, restoration of function, and injury prevention and utilizes manual therapy and dry needling in her care.


Forrest Rogers, PT, DPT

Born in North Carolina but raised in Greenville, SC, Forrest attended Clemson University in 2013 to study Food Science and Human Nutrition. After graduation in 2017, he enrolled at the Medical University of South Carolina and earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy in the spring of 2020.

Forrest specializes in outpatient orthopedics with special interests in manual therapy, trigger-point dry needling, and exercise. He has had considerable experience in low back pain & joint replacements/surgeries, and particularly loves shoulder & knee rehabilitation.

Forrest spends his free time roasting coffee, taking photos on antique cameras, and exercising. He and his wife, Rachael, live in Hampton Park and love to cook & travel on the weekends.