Joe Kafati, DPT, Owner, graduated from the University of St. Augustine in 2001 with a Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy and also has earned his MTC (Manual Therapy Certification). Over the years Joe has worked in a variety of out-patient settings and proudly opened Rebound Physical Therapy in October 2006.
Joe's ability to provide personalized care to his patients is enhanced by his fluency in Spanish. He leads the Rebound Aquatic Therapy program. Passion for quality care in a compassionate setting, the Towne Lake community has embraced Joe with open arms. Complex orthopedic injuries, sports related injuries, and workers compensation, Rebound is a place where patients can go for complete care. When away from the clinic, Joe enjoys spending time with family, playing any and all sports, and trying to keep up with his young son.
Lauren Weaver, DPT, graduated from Georgia State University in 2013 with a Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy. She joined the Rebound team in September of 2013. Lauren received her certification in dry needling, specializing in the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions and trigger points. She excels in treating vertigo, post-operative, and many orthopedic issues. Lauren shows compassion for her patients. Her personal goal is to develop relationships with her patients on a level that helps gain trust and build confidence in the care she provides. Rebound's goal is to create a personal touch where they feel at home, and know that our priority is to provide optimal care.
Bradley Mays, PTA, graduated from Chattahoochee Tech in 2015. He joined the Rebound family in 2015, and also has experience working in the acute hospital setting. Bradley's passion is challenging people to strive to do their best and empower a life of limitless. He specializes in sports conditioning, orthopedic dysfunctions and balance training.
Bradley is currently enlisted in the Coast Guard Reserves, and has a passion in serving and protecting the United States. He also enjoys the outdoors, and spends his spare time kayaking and hiking.