The community of Cabot is our home and has been since 1989. We are the leader in pain relief and injury recovery. Craig Hill PT, Jack Bridges, DPT, Melissa W. Carter, DPT, Jacob Luckett, DPT, Derek Shaffer, ATC/LAT and Shana Hill, OTR/L have a combined experience of over 100 years with an excellent track record of dedicated experience of getting our patients pain free. We are committed to treating patients' problems not just their symptoms. We provide the latest techniques as well as decades of experience to a variety of diagnoses. Our treatment philosophy is evidence-based and functional. We offer a range of treatment modalities and equipment. Our patients can expect us to work with them one one-on-one to develop a personalized treatment program which is tailored to your specific needs. It is our goal to return you back to the game of life as quickly as possible.
Craig is a Vilonia High School graduate and a 1990 graduate of the University of
Central Arkansas with a degree in Physical Therapy. He enjoys hiking and
camping with his wife and two children.
Jack is a Cabot High School graduate and graduated in 2015 with a doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from University of Central Arkansas. He spends his spare time enjoying the outdoors and watching/ coaching his daughter in her recreational activities.
Derek is a Cabot High school graduate and graduated with a degree in Athletic Training from the University of Central Arkansas. He has been a part of our team since 2006. Derek enjoys golf in his spare time! He is a die hard Cubs fan!
Melissa is a Cabot High School graduate where she was a member of the state basketball championship team. She went on to play as Lady Razorback. She graduated in 2019 with a doctorate degree in Physical Therapy at the University of Central Arkansas. She has a daughter and she loves to hike with her husband and bake.
Jacob is a 2011 Cabot graduate where he ran cross country. He continued to run at
UCA while obtaining his doctorate degree in Physical Therapy in 2018. He is
married to a physical therapist and they have a son.
Amanda is a native of England. She has a degree in business management and
accounting from Oxpens College in Oxford, England. She has been a part of our
team since 1996. She has raised two sons, Craig and Scott, wth her husband, Fred in
Shana was born and raised in Texas. She graduated from the University of Central
Arkansas in 1992 with a degree in Occupational Therapy. She has been married since 1995 to Craig and has two children, Kathleen and Landon.
Crystal was born and raised in Jackson, Tennessee. She graduated from Austin Peay State University with a degree in Business Management. The US Air Force is what brought her to Arkansas. She lives in Cabot with her husband and dogs. She enjoys the beach and gardening.
“Everyone was very professional & helpful & didn’t push me past my limit (on the bike). I was not in alignment when I came, but am now. I can bend over without pain in my lower back. I will recommend CPT to anyone. Thank you therapists.”
“After total knee replacement, I have chosen the best place to help me. It’s been a long road but I have had a lot of encouragement & help. I could not be happier with my total outcome. Thank you CPT.”
- Dwight B.
“You can do it with the persistent help of this team and hard work at home. July 2023, I had arthroscopic surgery of my left hip to repair a labral tear. Before surgery I had pain & catching with walking, gardening, horseback riding and cleaning house. After surgery, I was on a walker or crutches for 6-8 weeks. When I began PT, 2-3 times a week, I could barely lift my leg on my own. Starting with the very basics & sticking to it, I am now able to do walking, lifting and all my previous activities pain free. I wouldn’t have done it without their guidance, expertise and encouragement. Thank you so much.”
- Julie A.
“I was in really bad shape. I had no use of my left arm due to a rotator cuff tear. The team at Cabot Physical Therapy are amazing and helped me reach my best potential and I’m extremely grateful. I couldn’t be happier. Amazing place.”
- Kimberly T.