About The PT
“I grew up in Coats, NC near Campbell University AKA the not so far away land of tobacco farms and eastern style BBQ. My husband and I moved to Graham while trying to shorten my husband’s commute to Raleigh while we lived in Greensboro. We fell in love with this small town (that somehow also maintains a progressive vibe) and decided to make it our home.
We have a toddler and a dog who keep us very active. We love exploring all of the new places popping up in Graham.
I made my decision to start Graham Physical Therapy because I believe patients deserve one on one care, where your goals are my only focus. I take pride in listening to your concerns and creating a plan made specific to your body.
I’m a firm believer that life puts you where you need to be and I look forward to helping the people of Graham to be able to physically do the things you love without restraint.
I look forward to meeting you!”
Dr. McMillion graduated from Campbell University with a bachelors degree in Clinical Research and from Elon University with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy. She also has advanced certificates in Pelvic Floor Health from Evidence in Motion and Dry Needling from Double E PT Education. She has taken courses on Therapeutic Neuroscience Education so she can effectively help those with chronic pain. Dr. McMillion is also published in Physiotherapy Theory and Practice Journal for doing advanced research on gait, balance, and cognition with people who have Parkinson’s Disease. Dr. McMillion is also continuously researching and learning new techniques to help her patients.