Milledgeville Staff

Bradley “Shawn” Roberts

Bradley “Shawn” Roberts, PT, CEAS


  • Georgia College and State University – 1995
    B.S. Biology
  • Georgia State University – 1998
    B.S. Physical Therapy

Shawn is a co-owner of Twin Lakes Physical Therapy since its inception in October of 2001. Shawn was on staff as a Physical Therapist with Coliseum Medical Center in the outpatient department and also at Oconee Regional Medical Center as a staff Physical Therapist. Shawn has completed his Certification as an Ergonomic Assessment Specialist and can evaluate your home and work site to help prevent injuries in these places.

Shawn was raised in Milledgeville and loves to watch NASCAR, UGA football, spending time with the kids and deer hunting. Shawn is married to his wife, Christie and has two children.

Chris Alford

Chris Alford, PT, DPT, SCS, ATC, CSCS


  • Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA
    B.S. – Physical Therapy – 1996
  • Massachusetts General Hospital’s Institute for Health Professionals, Boston, MA
    Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) – 2007


  • Licensed Physical Therapist (PT)
  • Board Certified as a Clinical Specialist in Sports Physical Therapy (SCS)
  • Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) & Licensed Athletic Trainer (LAT)
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)

Chris is a co-owner of Twin Lakes Physical Therapy and joined the group in August of 2003. Prior to Joining Twin Lakes, Chris was the Manager of the Sports Medicine Department at McCleod Regional Medical Center in Florence, SC. He has also previously worked at Oconee Regional Medical Center, Hitchcock Rehabilitation in Aiken, SC, and Park Ridge Hospital in Asheville, NC.

Chris is on the Website Content Committee for the Sports Physical Therapy Section (SPTS) of the American Physical Therapy Association (2014-2017). He was the past Editor of the Sports Section (quarterly newsletter for the SPTS) and Newsletter Team Coordinator from 2001-2005.

He has presented nationally on topics including post-operative recovery of various shoulder and knee sports injuries. He has presented multiple times at the Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, South Carolina Physical Therapy Association’s Fall Conference and North Carolina’s Physical Therapy Association’s Fall Conference. He has authored a chapter in a text book (“Rehabilitation for the Post Surgical Sports Patient: Knee and Shoulder”) called “Arthroscopic Lateral Release” 2006.

He is a member of the following professional associations:

  • American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) – 1994 – Current
    • Private Practice Section of the APTA (PPS) – 2004 – Current
    • Sports Physical Therapy Section of the APTA (SPTS) 1994 – Current
      • Shoulder Special Interest Group (SIG)
      • Knee Special Interest Group (SIG)
    • Orthopaedic Section of the APTA – 2006- Current
  • National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) – 1999 – Current
    • Southeastern Athletic Trainers Association (SEATA)
    • Georgia Athletic Trainers Association (GATA)
  • National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) – 1998 – Current

Chris is married to Leslie, has two boys and one girl, and enjoys coaching baseball, softball, and football. His two sons attend Georgia Military College Prep School. Chris grew up in Milledgeville, GA and also attended Georgia Military College Prep School and attended Georgia Military College his freshman year on a baseball scholarship prior to his physical therapy education.

Jake Griffin

John “Jake” Griffin, III, PT, DPT, OCS


  • University of Georgia, Athens, GA
    BSEd. Exercise and Sports Science-2009
  • Augusta University (formerly Medical College of Georgia), Augusta, GA
    Doctorate of Physical Therapy-2012


  • Licensed Physical Therapist (PT)
  • Board Certified as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS)

Jake joined Twin Lakes Physical Therapy in the summer of 2012. He has completed the American Back Pain Center’s Strategic Orthopedics Course I on the lumbar spine in Cincinnati, Ohio. He became a board certified orthopedic clinical specialist (OCS) in July of 2016 and was recognized at the APTA’s Combined Sections Meeting (CSM) in San Antonio, Texas in 2017. Jake specializes in musculoskeletal orthopedics including the: knee, hip, shoulder, ankle, and spine.

Jake is from Macon, GA and graduated from First Presbyterian Day School (FPD) in 2005. His father is a long time high school football, basketball, baseball and track coach in the middle Georgia area, including 10+ years of service at Georgia Military College Prep School (GMC). Jake married his wife, Amy, in the fall of 2012. Jake and Amy have 2 daughters, Kate and Camille. Jake continues to enjoy playing basketball, fishing, hunting, spending time with family and watching the Georgia Bulldogs. He is a member of the following associations:

  • American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)-2009-Current
  • Georgia Physical Therapy Association (GPTA)-2009-Current
  • Sports Physical Therapy Section of the ATPA (SPTS)-2012-Current
Laynie Spivey

Laynie Spivey, PT, DPT


  • Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA
    Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with a Major in Exercise Science -2014
  • Emory University, Atlanta, GA
    Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT)- 2018


  • Licensed Physical Therapist
  • Trigger Point Dry Needling Certified
  • Member of American Physical Therapy Association

Laynie joined Twin Lakes Physical Therapy in June 2018 and married her husband Colt Spivey (from Monticello, GA) in November of that year. She graduated from Emory University with her DPT and certification in Trigger Point Dry Needling and has been thrilled to bring this service to the Middle GA area.

Laynie is from Statesboro, GA and graduated from Bulloch Academy. She then went on to Georgia Southern where she met her husband and is an avid Eagle Fan. She loves sports including baseball and football, spending time with Colt and her family, and baking/cooking. She is our resident chocolate expert.

Constance Wesson

Constance Wesson, OTR/L, CHT


  • Eastern Michigan University – 1990
    B.S. Occupational Therapy
  • Certified Hand Therapist – 2005

Constance joined our Milledgeville location in June 2009 as our first Occupational Therapist. Constance is the only Certified Hand Therapist in Milledgeville area. She moved to Georgia in 1995 after serving with the Us Army as an Occupational Therapist.

Constance is married to Dan Wesson and the have two grown sons, Hunter and Grey, who also live locally.

Her interests include: exercising, reading, baking, and taking care of her dogs.

Catherine “Jill” Smith

Catherine “Jill” Smith, PTA, BS


  • Middle Georgia College – 1997
    A.A.S. – Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Georgia College and State University – 2001
    B.S. – Health Education (Sports Medicine Emphasis)

Jill grew up in Milledgeville and is a high school graduate of Georgia Military College Prep school. She is married to her husband Chris and they have three sons and one daughter. They are very active in sports at GMC Prep and the recreation department. She has a son at Mercer University. She enjoys spending time watching her children’s sporting activities and time on Lake Sinclair.

Daniel Hall

Daniel Hall, PTA, BS


  • B.S in Health Education – Georgia College and State University - 2012
  • A.S. in Physical Therapist Assistant – South University – 2015


  • Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant

Daniel joined Twin Lakes in March of 2015 after graduating from Physical Therapist Assistant School at South University in Savannah, Georgia. He also has a Bachelor’s of Science in Public Health from Georgia College and State University. He enjoys working with his co-workers and loves the diversity of outpatient physical therapy care. Daniel has a history of working in the exercise field, being an exercise aide and certified personal fitness trainer before pursuing a career in physical therapy.

Daniel is from Sandersville, Georgia. He is a 2007 graduate of Brentwood High School. Daniel was married in October of 2016 and enjoys spending time with his sweet wife Grace Anne and son, Bennett. He and his wife plan to have more kids in the future and own land in Jackson, Georgia, on which they plan to build on eventually. Daniel enjoys playing sports, reading, and spending time with family and friends in his leisure time.

Beverly Kersey

Beverly Kersey, Office Manager/Receptionist

Beverly came to Twin Lakes Physical Therapy in 2003 after leaving Macon Orthopaedic and Hand Center where she worked in coding, billing and insurance for four years. Prior to being at Macon Orthopaedic she worked for the Medical Center of Central Georgia and for Ear, Nose and Throat in Macon.

Beverly is from the Milledgeville areas and now lives in Gray. She is married to John and has two grown children, Wesley and Denny. She loves to take family vacations, spend time with her grandchildren and plan activities for the kids.

Robin Woodcock

Robin Woodcock, Bookkeeper

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Samantha Caruso

Teresa Rose, PT


  • Georgia State University
    Bachelor of Science Physical Therapy - 1989


  • Licensed Physical Therapist (PT)

Teresa joined the staff at Twin Lakes Physical therapy during the summer of 2019. Previously she has worked at Central State Hospital in the Developmental Disabilities Division, as well as, Georgia War Veterans Home. She also has experience working in acute care orthopedics at South Florida Regional Hospital in Gainesville, FL. Prior to that, she worked at the Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for rehabilitation in Warm Springs, GA., where she specialized in long term rehabilitation of spinal cord injuries, head injuries, strokes and post-polio syndrome.

Originally , she is from Palmetto, Georgia in south Fulton County, where she participated in cross country and track in high school. She ran cross country four years on a college scholarship at Ga State University, where she graduated from Physical Therapy school. She is married to her husband Mike, and they have five children and one granddaughter. The oldest three daughters are scattered from Montreal, Canada, to California and Ohio. The youngest daughter is studying architecture at Ga Tech. While the youngest, a son is a senior in high school, currently participating in dual enrollment at GCSU. Her favorite past times include: hiking, backpacking, and mountain biking. She is the head coach of the Old Capital youth Racing Team, a composite mountain biking team for middle and high school students in the local area. She is also an avid watercolorist, with artwork on display on the local and state levels.

Chris Hobbs, PT, DPT

Chris Hobbs, PT, DPT


  • East Georgia State College
  • Georgia Southern University - Exercise Science - 2015
  • Georgia Southern University (formerly Armstrong State University) -
    Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) – 2019


  • Licensed Physical Therapist (PT)

Chris joined Twin Lakes Physical Therapy in the summer of 2019. He was recently married in December 2018 to his wife Courtney. Chris is from Dublin, GA and graduated from Trinity Christian School. He played college baseball at East Georgia for 2 years before finishing his undergraduate degree at Georgia Southern University. He now enjoys playing golf, fishing, and lifting weights. He also enjoys watching college and NFL football.

Robin Burgamy

Jaleigh Kitchens, Receptionist

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Danielle Cox

Danielle Cox, Receptionist

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Kenley Pearce

Kenley Pearce, Front Office Coordinator

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