Nancy Jean Lambert, PhD, PT

is physical therapists who specialize in treating adults and children with neurological motor deficits, and infants and toddlers with early intervention needs. Dr. Lambert is an experienced physical therapist who mentors and oversees the entire staff at Therapeutic Innovations. With a doctorate in Exercise Science and a concentration in Motor Integration, she has taught in graduate and undergraduate programs at the University of Denver and East Carolina University. She is currently the director of the Physical Therapy Assistant Program at Martin Community College. Patient focus includes return to function for patients with CVA’s, Parkinson’s disease, vestibular deficits, traumatic brain injury, balance dysfunction, cerebral palsy, spina bifida and other central nervous system disorders.


Dr. Robert D. Mull, PT, DPT 

received his undergraduate degree at Siena College in Loudonville, NY and his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the Sage Colleges in Troy, NY. He is a retired Lieutenant Colonel from the US Army Reserves where he gained extensive training and professional development in orthopedic and muscular-skeletal assessment and treatment. Much of his post graduate academic studies focused on the evaluation and treatment of back and neck pain. He has extensive experience in a broad range of ages from adolescents to geriatrics. With over 20 years of experience this makes him a highly qualified therapist that helps lead the PT team of therapists at Therapeutic Innovations.

Twanda Jenkins, PTA
Sharla Lincoln, PTA
Jessica Morris, PTA
Margaret Myers, PT
Debbie Iams, PT


Kim Brown, M.S., OTR/L 

is a pediatric Occupational Therapist. She received her Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy from East Carolina University in 2008. She has a Bachelor of Art in Psychology and a minor in Child Development and Family Relations also from East Carolina University. Before coming to Therapeutic Innovations she worked as a case manager with disabled children. She has received additional training in Handwriting without Tears and the Beckman Oral Motor Program. She has experience working with children of all ages with developmental learning disabilities, autism, cerebral palsy, and other neurological impairments. She works with children in their natural environment as well as in the clinic. She continues to attend trainings and classes to enhance her education as well as frequently serves as a mentor to students looking to become an occupational therapist.

Dr. Jane Patton, OTRL


Stephanie Smith, MEd., CCC-SLP

is a Speech Language Pathologist. She graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Speech Language Pathology in 1993 from NC State, and with her Masters in Speech Language Pathology in 1996 from North Carolina Central University. She has over 15 years of experience working with pediatric and adult populations. She has worked with adult populations with disorders such as Aphasia, Parkinson’s disease, stroke, Alzheimer’s and Dementia. She specializes in working with infant, toddler, and school age children through early intervention of speech and language disorders. She has extensive experience with speech delay, Apraxia, Dysarthria, feeding and swallowing disorders (Dysphagia), and children with autism.