Dr. Delaine Fowler, PT DPT is chief executive officer of Accelerate Therapy and Performance. She has worked in the rehabilitation and wellness arena for ten years. Dr. Fowler received her Doctor of Physical Therapy in 2004 from Elon University. Since that time she has focused her career in sports and industrial rehabilitation. Her passions include helping others understand the power of moving as a part of a healthy life. One of her biggest joys as a health care provider is helping her patients and clients get back to their passions whether it be playing soccer, running, playing with their kids, or getting back to work without hurting. Dr. Fowler lives with her husband and two boys in Salisbury NC. She is active in the running and triathlon community.
Dr. Brittany Clodfelter is the Vice President of Operations at Accelerate Physical Therapy. Brittany received her Bachelors in Biology in 2005 and Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2008, both from Elon University. She had experience in several arenas in the therapy world, including work at retirement communities, assisted living centers, and skilled nursing facilities, before joining the Accelerate PT team almost 4 years ago. Since joining the Accelerate PT team, Brittany has obtained her certified ergonomic assessment specialist training. She completes industrial therapy with several businesses in Salisbury, NC and is working to complete an injury prevention program with those businesses to prevent workplace injuries.
Brittany mainly treats patients at our Lexington clinic location. She has enjoyed the dynamic of being in a clinic located inside of a gym as it provides vast opportunities for treatment and education for continued exercises once finished with therapy!
Dr. Clodfelter lives with her husband and two daughters in Winston-Salem, NC. When not at work, she enjoys keeping her daughters active by playing at the park and getting in a game of tennis whenever she can!
My name is Josh Banks and I am a Physical Therapist. I am originally from a small town in eastern Ohio, called Steubenville. I went to College at the University of Akron from 2005-2010. After I finished my undergraduate degree, I stayed at the University of Akron to get my Master’s Degree in Exercise Physiology. After obtaining my Master’s Degree, I went on to Wheeling Jesuit University, in Wheeling, WV, to complete my doctoral work from 2010-2012.
Jason Miller is a native of Chester, VA. He received his Associates Degree for Physical Therapy Assistant from Lonestar College Montgomery, Conroe Texas in 2009. His experience includes Acute Care, Outpatient, and Home Health.
He is compassionate about his work because he can see the progress that his patients make. Being able to see patients go from injured or impaired to making a full recovery through rehabilitation makes his work rewarding.
In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family. He also enjoys an array of sporting activities.