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Adam Glomski

Adam graduated from the University of Memphis with his Bachelor’s of Science in Fitness Management in 2000 and graduated with his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Arkansas State University in 2013. He is married with two wonderful boys and believes that his family is the best! Adam believes that creativity and listening are some of the best skills to possess when working with children. He is passionate about many things, but the most important in his eyes is providing a voice or opportunity for others. If Adam could have one super-human power, it would be the ability to fly! His favorite part about his job at Miracle Kids is seeing functional changes and improvements when he’s not expecting it.

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Jessica Maddox

Jessica graduated in 2015 with her Bachelors degree in Exercise Science and then went on to pursue her Doctorate of Physical Therapy. She received her Doctorate in 2019 from Arkansas State University. During her time in physical therapy school, Jessica had a clinical rotation at Miracle Kids and she just knew she wanted to work here after that! The children at MKSA love her for her playful and creative sense that she brings to therapy. In Jessica’s free time she likes to dive into the arts like dancing and music. Her favorite part of working at Miracle Kids is seeing kids make functional gains that will positively impact their future! If Jessica could have one super-human power it would be the ability to teleport, so she could be anywhere in the blink of an eye!

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